10 - Riley Hampsch
Riley Hampsch
Height: 5-3
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Hopedale, Mass.
High School: Hopedale
Position: D

2013: A captain and two-time All-ODAC performer ... the three-year letterwinner will start and lead the Generals' defense.

2012: Appeared and started in 16 games as a junior ... named Second Team All-ODAC, Second Team All-VaSID and was named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad ... tallied the game-winning goal and the first of her collegiate career in a 1-0 victory at Roanoke (9/25) ... recorded a defensive save in a 5-0 victory over Transylvania (9/1), and made another save in a 2-1 win against Kean (9/15) ... helped lead the defense to two shutouts ... took 12 shots. 

2011: In her second season, Hampsch made the ODAC Third Team, after playing and starting all 16 games for the W&L defense … led the team and was fourth in the ODAC in defensive saves with three … made a career-high two defensive saves at Eastern Mennonite (10/15) … had a defensive save at Mary Washington (9/9).

2010: Lettered as a first-year … earned Honorable Mention All-ODAC honors after starting 16-of-17 games played … tied for the team lead with two defensive saves … came up with a big defensive save in W&L’s 3-2 overtime win at McDaniel (9/18) … also had a defensive save in the Generals’ season opener, a 3-0 loss to Catholic (9/10).

High School: Lettered four times in field hockey at Hopedale … also earned three letters in softball and one in track & field … helped lead the field hockey team to a pair of district finals and three conference championships … was named the Dual Valley Conference Player of the Year in field hockey as a junior … two-time team MVP, two-time conference all-star and two-time Central Massachusetts All-Star … served as a captain for both the field hockey and softball teams as a senior.

Personal: Biochemistry major.