|High School:||Perkiomen Valley|
One of the Scots’ top returning sprinters … Possesses point-scoring potential at the conference level and will prove to be a key component in the relays, per the staff.
2017 Field Hockey: Earned first-team all-conference laurels after ranking second on the team in goals (8) and points (19) … Scored a pair of game-winning goals, the second of which came in a 2-1 win over Ohio Wesleyan (Oct. 7) … Opened the season with a two-goal afternoon versus Wells (Sept. 3) … Scored five points, three of which came on assists against Hendrix (Sept. 10) … Recorded a defensive save versus Wittenberg (Oct. 14).
2017 Outdoor: Missed the season due to studying abroad.
2017 Indoor: Missed the season due to studying abroad.
2016 Field Hockey: Provided offensive spark up front … Appeared in all 19 contests … Tallied six points on the year with two goals and two assists.
2016 Outdoor: Point scorer as part of the fifth-place 4x100 relay (50.08) at the North Coast Athletic Conference Championships (May 7) … Also competed in the preliminary heats of the 100 and 200 meters at NCACs … Season-best 100 time of 13.17 netted third-place honors at the Kenyon Spring Invitational (April 23).
2016 Indoor: Helped the 4x200 relay to the fifth-place showing (1:53.18) at the NCAC Championships (March 5) … Part of the ninth-place 4x200 relay at the All-Ohio Championships that just missed on scoring (Feb. 13).
2015 Field Hockey: Starter from day one, who made an immediate impact on the offense … Tied for second on the team with six goals, including two against NCAA Tournament qualifier and NCAC Tournament champion DePauw (Oct. 17) … Scored first collegiate goal against Hendrix (Sept. 5).
Prior to Wooster: Part of a conference championship squad at Perkiomen Valley … Earned three letters in field hockey and track & field … Also was a state champion in gymnastics.
Personal: Born on May 31, 1997 … Daughter of Todd and Vonya Womack … Majoring in chemistry.