LEWISBURG, Pa. – Bucknell’s Stephanie Dressler has been selected to participate in the Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game. The event, which features 38 Division I players, will be played at Louisville on Friday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.

The Senior Game includes four players that were selected to the NFHCA All-America squad last season, including the returning NFHCA Player of the Year. It will be played following the semifinals of the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Tournament.

Dressler has been an outstanding player and a mainstay in the lineup during her four years with the Bison, playing in all 70 games since she joined the team as a freshman in 2014. She has helped lead a Bucknell defense that has ranked near the top of the Patriot League every season she has been on the team, while also posting strong offensive numbers.

For her career, Dressler has 30 points on 10 goals and 10 assists. She has seven points on three goals and one assist this season. All three of her scores have been game-winners in contests that were decided by two goals or less, coming against Temple, Columbia, and Quinnipiac.

Dressler has made a habit of coming through in the clutch during her career. Six of her 10 goals have been game-winners.

The 38 participants for the Senior Game are listed below, followed by the 12 alternates. Alternates would take the spot of student-athletes who have been selected as participants but are unable to compete in the Senior Game. All student-athletes are listed in alphabetical order.

2017 Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game Participants

Northeastern attack Jamie Bartucca

New Hampshire midfielder Gianna Bensaia

Albany attack Anna Bottino

Pacific midfielder Savannah Burns

Duke defender Alyssa Chillano

Holy Cross attack Maureen Connolly

Kent State defender Ines Delpech

Bucknell defender Stephanie Dressler

Wake Forest defender Shannon Eby

Quinnipiac attack Michelle Federico

Duke defender Sarah Furey

Old Dominion midfielder Danielle Grega

Louisville defender Abby Grimes

Providence goalkeeper Megan Guilbert

James Madison midfielder Hannah Hall

Maryland defender Carrie Hanks

Massachusetts attack Sarah Hawkshaw

Connecticut midfielder Karlie Heistand

Maryland midfielder Lein Holsboer

Penn attack Alexa Hoover

Ohio State attack Maddy Humphrey

Connecticut goalkeeper Nina Klein

VCU goalkeeper Chessa Kownurko

La Salle midfielder Kendall Kreider

Indiana attack Maddie Latino

Iowa midfielder Mallory Lefkowitz

William & Mary attack Emma Macleod

Princeton attack Ryan McCarthy

American midfielder Samantha McCormick

Richmond midfielder Megan Miller

Northwestern defender Sophia Miller

Temple attack Rachael Mueller

Longwood attack Edel Nyland

Boston University midfielder Kali Shumock

Michigan goalkeeper Sam Swenson

Michigan defender Katie Trombetta

Virginia midfielder Tara Vittese

Louisville midfielder Nicole Woods

 

2017 Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game Alternates

Lafayette midfielder Ellen Colbourne

Northwestern midfielder Elena Curley

UMass Lowell midfielder Christa Doiron

Providence midfielder Megan Hamilton

Iowa goalkeeper Katie Jones

Stanford attack Katie Keyser

Massachusetts defender Melanie Kreusch

Colgate goalkeeper Maria Krull

Yale attack Carol Middough

Dartmouth midfielder Sarah Tabeek