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 Leah Settipane 30
Leah Settipane
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
East Greenwich, R.I.

High School:
The Hotchkiss School

Height:
5-7

Position:
Goalkeeper

11/17/2014

Six Eagles Named Field Hockey All-Northeast Region

BC is the most represented team in All-Northeast Region honors

11/15/2014

No. 11 Field Hockey Falls in NCAA Tournament

The Eagles lost to No. 6 Penn State, 2-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Syracuse

11/09/2014

Field Hockey Earns NCAA Tournament Bid

The Eagles head to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year

11/06/2014

No. 9 Field Hockey Falls in ACC Championships

The third-seed Eagles drop first-round game to No. 6 Syracuse

11/05/2014

Three Eagles Earn All-ACC Honors

Senior Emma Plasteras named to All-ACC First Team, Leah Settipane & Romee Stiekema to Second Team

NOTES
Career 1.92 goals-against average currently ranks sixth in BC record books, while .743 save percentage ranks eighth and eight career shutouts ranks sixth.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013)
Started all 20 games as the Eagles' goalkeeper ... recorded an ACC-best 6.50 saves per game and was second with 130 total saves ... tied for second in the conference with four shutouts and ranked second with a .774 save percentage ... ranked 10th on BC's single-season saves list and tied for 10th for single-season shutouts ... tied a career-high with 12 saves in the 2-1 overtime loss to No. 4 Connecticut in the NCAA Tournament (11/16) ... made nine saves in the 3-1 loss to No. 2 Syracuse in the ACC Tournament (11/7) and in the 1-0 double overtime loss to No. 5 Virginia (10/11) as the Cavaliers scored in the 89th minute ... tied a career high with 12 saves in the 4-3 overtime victory at No. 2 Connecticut (10/6) ... tallied 10 saves in the 6-3 win over No. 5 Syracuse (9/20) to open the ACC season ... competed in USA Field Hockey's Under-21 Championship over the summer.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012)
Started all 19 games as the Eagles' goalkeeper ... recorded a league-high 87 saves ... was also first in the ACC for saves per game (4.58) and second for shutouts (4) ... recorded a 1.96 goals-against average, good for fourth in the conference and a .702 save percentage, which ranked third ... recorded eight saves in her second conference victory, a 2-1 win over Wake Forest (10/26) ... made nine saves in the 2-1 win at Duke (9/28) ... tallied a season-high 10 saves in the 2-0 shutout at Quinnipiac (8/31).

BEFORE BC
Helped Hotchkiss School to an undefeated season in 2011, culminating in a Class A New England Championship ... named the MVP of the 2011 NEPSAC Class A Tournament ... received the 2011 Hotchkiss School Carole S. Hawley '75 Field Hockey MVP Award ... 2010 Division I R.I. State Champions ... all-division and all-tournament team in 2010 ... received the East Greenwich True Avenger Award ... also played varsity basketball, track and softball in high school ... two-time basketball all-state honorable mention ... received the 2012 Hotchkiss School girls basketball and track MVP awards ... recipient of the 2012 Hotchkiss School Goss Athletic Award ... named to the 2012 NEPSAC All-Star Team.

PERSONAL
Enrolled as a communication major in the College of Arts and Sciences ... daughter of Karen and Russell Settipane ... has three siblings, Jackson, Davis and Calvin.

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