16 - Lexy Adams
Lexy Adams
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Lancaster, Pa.
High School: Penn Manor
Position: B
Major: Molecular biophysics & biochemistry
Residential College: Branford

2012 (Senior): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree for fourth time ... Started all 17 games ... Part of senior class that set school record by winning 20 Ivy League games (including 4-0 mark vs. Harvard) in four years ... Earned Major Y.

2011 (Junior): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree for the third time ... Played in all 17 games ... Earned Major Y.

2010 (Sophomore): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree for the second time … Appeared in 12 games.

2009 (Freshman): Earned Yale’s Senior Award, awarded by the senior class to a freshman team member who reflects positive contribution to the team's philosophy and whose individual character encourages the future direction and excellence of Yale field hockey… NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree … Made debut Sept. 4 vs. Sacred Heart … Scored first career goal in 6-0 win over Fairfield Oct. 18 … Appeared in four games … Earned Minor Y.

High School: Played three years of field hockey … National Academic Squad … All-state academic squad … All-league academic team … Team was AAA state champions in 2008 and runners-up in 2007 … Team was District III runners-up in 2007 … Team was Lancaster-Lebanon League runners-up in 2007 … Captained track and field team … Student council president … National Honor Society … Sixth grade math bowl tutor … Varsity Club … Executive Prom Committee.

Club Team: Penn Lanco … National Indoor Tournament 2006, 2008 … National Field Hockey Festival 2007-08, Pool K winner 2008.

Notes: Donated marrow to patient with cancer in December 2010 after joining the Be The Match registry at Yale's annual Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive. Click here for details ... Sunday school teacher at St. Mary’s Catholic Church … Elementary Field Hockey winter training coach … Member of Branford College.

Why Yale? “At Yale, I know that I will receive a world-class education, and I know that I will become a well-rounded student in the process. In addition, more than any other school I visited, Yale made me feel at home. The positive, upbeat, welcoming attitudes of the students are really what made the decision for me in the end.” 

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