Six-Member Class of 2023 Set to Join Dartmouth Field Hockey This Fall

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By: Pat Salvas

HANOVER, N.H. – Head coach Amy Fowler and the Dartmouth field hockey coaching staff has announced the six-member Class of 2023 set to join the program this fall.

Thanks to the tireless recruiting efforts of associate head coach Pattie Gillern and assistant Taylor Rideout, the six new faces will join the Big Green for the 2019 campaign and are made up of three midfielders, a forward, a back and a goalkeeper.

“We are excited to welcome, what my staff and I consider to be one of our strongest classes to date,” Fowler said. “We’re thrilled to have this highly skilled group of young women join our DFH family.”

“These six young women are ready to help DFH19 attack the fall season,” Fowler continued. “As a group, they should integrate quite nicely with our strong corps of returning players.”

Hatley Post
Goalkeeper
Houston, Texas / St. John’s School

•    Two-year letter winner in field hockey.
•    Named to the USA U-19 Women’s National Team as a senior.
•    A member of the NFHCA High School National All-Academic Squad her junior and senior years.
•    Named one of Max Field Hockey Fall 2018 Top-50 Players in the nation.
•    Led St. Johns to an 18-1-0 record and the Southwest Prep Conference Championship.
•    Undecided in studies. Interested in art history and environmental sciences.
•    Daughter of Russell and Stephanie Post. Has one sister.

Coach Fowler says: “Hatley will make up the other half of our dynamic duo in the net. She brings well-developed fundamentals and a strong communication skill set to the cage. Her most recent experience training with the U19 US Junior National Team will help her transition even more quickly to the collegiate game.”

Amélie Perrier
Midfield
Houston, Texas / St. John’s School

•    Three-year letter winner in field hockey and lacrosse. Captained her lacrosse team as a senior.
•    Led St. Johns to an 18-1-0 record and the Southwest Prep Conference Championship.
•    Helped the team to an 18-0 record and championship her sophomore year as well.
•    Named to Max Field Hockey West/Midwest all-region second team her senior year.
•    Named to NFHCA High School National Academic Squad as a junior and senior, while also being named the recipient of the Keith Waldman Award.
•    As a senior, was named to All-Southwest Prep Conference Team
•    Named to All-Southwest Prep Conference South Zone Team for lacrosse her junior year.
•    National Futures Championship Selection her junior year.
•    Undecided in studies, has tentative career plans in medicine.
•    Daughter of Dan and Nancy Perrier. Has one brother.

Coach Fowler says: “Amélie is an unassuming force in the midfield.  She brings a high level of consistency with her play, both on and off ball.  We’re excited to add her steady play into our midfield line.”

Margaret Barnes
Midfield
Lawrenceville, New Jersey / Lawrenceville

•    Four-year letter winner in field hockey, also played lacrosse and indoor track. Captained all three sports her senior year.
•    Helped team to Mercer County championship in her final three seasons.
•    Led team to Prep A League Championship all four years.
•    As a freshman and junior, she guided her team to Mid-Atlantic Prep League titles.
•    In all four years, she was honored as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Prep League First Team, NJ Prep A All-State First team, the Trentonian All-Prep First Team all four years at Lawrenceville.
•    A Central Jersey Field Hockey Coaches Association First-Team selection as a sophomore, junior and senior years, while a member of the second team as a freshman.
•    Trentonian Offensive Player of the Year, Times of Trenton All-Area Team and Prep Player of the Year as well as Max Field Hockey Second Team All-Region in 2018.
•    Attended the Island School during the spring of her sophomore year.
•    Daughter of David and Mary Kate Barnes, both of whom were dual-sport athletes at Bowdoin. Has two older sisters: Emma played field hockey at Hobart and William Smith, while Kelley rowed at Connecticut College.

Coach Fowler says: “A standout at the Lawrenceville School, Meg will offer an attacking mindset from both the forward and midfield perspectives.  She’s very athletic and has a great understanding of the game.”

Holley Cromwell
Forward
Virginia Beach, Virginia / Norfolk Academy

•    Four-year letter winner in both field hockey and indoor track, while a three-year letter winner in soccer.
•    Captained all three teams her senior year.
•    VISSA DI State Champion and TCIS Champion her sophomore and junior seasons, respectively, including with a 25-0 record as a junior.
•    Tidewater Conference Player of the Year, VISSA DI Team All-State, The Virginian-Pilot First Team All-Tidewater her senior year.
•    MAX Field Hockey 2018 Mid-Atlantic First Team.
•    Second Team Tidewater Conference and AAU Junior Olympic selection as a junior.
•    Daughter of Rich and Payton Cromwell. Has one brother.
•    Planned area of study in economics and tentative career plans in law.

Coach Fowler says: “Holley is a fast-attacking style player. She’s had very good training at both her high school and club programs out of Virginia, and will complement our veteran players on the front line.”

Lauren Devletian
Midfield
Exton, Pennsylvania / Episcopal Academy

•    Four-year letter winner in field hockey and a two-year letter winner in swimming.
•    Captained the field hockey team her senior year.
•    Freshman year Inter-AC undefeated champions, 21-0.
•    A PAISAA Champion as both a freshman and sophomore.
•    Second Team All-Inter-AC and All-Mainline Team her last three seasons.
•    All-Delco Honorable Mention sophomore year, and All-Delco as both a junior and senior.
•    Phila-Field Hockey All-Star and Fab 5 Defender in 2018.
•    Over the course of her high school career, she played on teams that were U16 NIT Pool Champions, National College Showcase Champions, Battle of the Bridge Champions with WC Eagles.
•    Daughter of Greg and Carolyn Devletian. Has two brothers and a sister.
•    Planned area of study is Neuroscience with tentative career plans in medicine.

Coach Fowler says: “Lauren has emerged as an astute defender, who also has the skill and speed to play anywhere on the pitch. We anticipate Lauren will help solidify our core defensive unit over her tenure with the Big Green.”

Myah Pease
Back
Charlotte, North Carolina / Charlotte Latin School

•    Four-year letter winter in field hockey, serving as a captain her senior season.
•    Led the team to the North Carolina Independent School Association State and NCISAA Conference Championships in all four seasons.
•    Led team to a perfect 21-0 record junior year
•    Named a NCISAA All-State First Team player in her final three years.
•    All-NCISAA First Team as a sophomore, junior and senior.
•    Recognized as a Max Field Hockey Top-150 athlete during her junior year.
•    Daughter of Alex Pease and Melissa Jackson. Has one sister.
•    Planned area of study is economics and Spanish with tentative career plans in business.

Coach Fowler says: “Myah has proven herself as a solid defender, and more recently, as a midfielder within her club program. Reconnecting again with Cece Monnin, a former Charlotte Latin teammate, Myah brings great strength and skill to both the defensive and midfield units.”
 

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