With the feat, Hoover broke a program record that stood for 35 years dating back to 1981 – surpassing Lisa Romig (1978-81) on the all-time points list with 103 career tallies via 44 goals and 15 assists. Furthermore, Hoover also tied Romig on the all-time goals list during the match, with each having 44 scores to their credit. The junior matched the feat in just 37 games with the Quakers and still has plenty of time left in her career to further make her mark in the Red and Blue record books.
Hailing from Collegeville, Pa. as a local Pennsylvania product and Methacton High School grad, Hoover has earned numerous accolades throughout her time in the collegiate ranks. She was a 2015 National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Second Team All-American and a First-Team NHFCA All-Region pick just a season ago and also set the single-season record for goals (27) and points (63) in a season for Penn in 2015.
Hoover and the Quakers still have plenty of time left to make their marks in the Penn record books for the 2016 season; they’ll travel to Fairfield to take on the Fairfield University Stags at 4 p.m. in Connecticut.
2015 NFHCA Second-Team All-America
2015 NFHCA All-Region
2015 First-Team All-Ivy
2015 First-Team ECAC All-Star
2014 Ivy League Rookie of the Year
2014 First-Team All-Ivy
2014 NFHCA Second-Team All-Region
Penn All-Time Points Leader (103)
Penn All-Time Goals Leader (Tied 1st, 44)
Penn Single-season record holder for goals (27) and points (63)