|Title:||Class of 2011|
Lisa J. Stockdale ’00 was a standout field hockey forward who competed from 1995-98 and was a member of the Lancer softball team in the spring of her freshman year in 1996.
In her four years on the field hockey pitch, Lisa amassed 37 goals and 10 assists for a total of 84 career points, which is fifth on the all-time scoring list. When she graduated, her career goals and points were the second-highest totals ever.
Lisa helped lead the 1998 squad to a school-record 14-5 overall mark and its first-ever MASCAC regular season title as the team went 5-0 in conference play. She knocked in three goals and a helper for seven points in five league games, which included the game-winning tally in a triumph against Framingham State.
In addition to leading the conference in markers and ending the season second in total points, Lisa received a nod as the MASCAC Player of the Year. She was also honored with the Worcester State Senior Female Athlete Award that spring. Her 16 goals that season tied her with a program mark held by four other players – including Hall of Famer Patricia Provost ’73 – while her 36 points were just one shy of tying the school record.
Lisa was distinguished with All-MASCAC First-Team honors in 1996 and 1998.
On the softball diamond, Lisa set the school mark for the highest batting average for a first-year collegiate player with a .452 average. She also tied for fifth in the NCAA Division III with seven triples. For her efforts, she received Worcester State Freshman Female Athlete honors.