9 Brooke Gogel
9 Brooke Gogel
Height: 5-8
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Bronxville, N.Y.
High School: Bronxville
Position: F
Major: Political science
Residential College: Saybrook

2012 (Junior): NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Earned team's Amanda Walton Award for confronting challenges ... Made comeback from injury, appearing in first game in nearly two years Sept. 15 at Harvard (last game had been Oct. 23, 2010) ... Set up the game-winning goal in that game at Harvard by drawing a penalty corner in overtime ... Scored three goals, all in consecutive games Oct. 13-20 ... Appeared in 14 games, starting two ... Earned Major Y.

2011 (Sophomore): Injured, served as team manager.

2010 (Freshman): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree … Appeared in six games.

High School: All-state and all-section as a senior … Four-time all-league … Golden Dozen recipient as a senior (scholar-athlete award, one of 12 students in section 1) … Con-Ed Scholar Athlete of the Week Award as a senior … Led league and team in scoring as a senior, and was second in section … 35 goals as a senior … Led league, section and team in scoring and was named team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior … Team won four league championships, three sectional championships (2006, 2008 and 2009) and one regional championship (2008) … Academic All-American in lacrosse as a junior and senior … Honorable mention all-league in lacrosse as a sophomore and junior … President of the Student Faculty Legislature as a senior … Vice President of the Student Faculty Legislature as a junior … Class president as a sophomore … Member of the Bronxville Youth Council community service organization all four years, serving as Vice President senior year … Group leader for the Freshman Transition Project, sponsored by the Princeton Center for Leadership Training, as a senior … Senior scholar athlete award recipient.

Notes: Brother, Evan, graduated from Yale in 2010 and was a member of the Whiffenpoofs singing group … Two older sisters went to Harvard and one was on the track and field team … Father, Donald, played lacrosse at Harvard and earned a Rhodes Scholarship.

Why Yale? “Someone once told me that while other schools are great, Yale is simply a state of mind.”