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Hadley Bell

Forward
Position
5'9''
Height
Junior
Class
Shaker Heights, Ohio
Hometown
Hathaway Brown
High School

At Virginia

2013
Played in 20 games with 18 starts, missing one game due to injury
Scored goals against Penn State, James Madison and Syracuse
Had assists in back-to-back games against North Carolina and Northwestern
Took 38 shots, averaging 1.90 per game
Finished her career with 11 goals and nine assists

2012
2012 Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad
2012 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Field Hockey Team
Played in all 22 of the Cavaliers games with 14 starts
Scored two goals against Boston College (Sept. 21), the first multi-goal game of her career
Also scored against Richmond (Aug. 29)
Had the game-winning goal in the NCAA Tournament victory over Iowa (Nov. 10)
Logged an assist in the road win at Boston U. (Sept. 23)
Finished the season with four goals and two assists, taking 18 shots (nine on goal)

2011
Played in all 20 games and started in 18
Had four goals and three assists for 11 points
Recorded first collegiate goal against VCU (Aug. 26)
Scored twice vs. Towson (Sept. 2) and again vs. UC Davis (Oct. 6)
17 out of 25 shots were on target

2010
Started 18 of the 22 games she played
Tallied two assists for two points
Had an assist vs. Longwood (Oct. 6)
Also assisted a goal vs. William & Mary (Oct. 18)
Recorded 17 shots, including seven on target
Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

High School
Started and finished high school at Hathaway Brown
Spent two years in Australia at Ravenswood School for Girls
Played for Independent Girls[apos] School Sports Association and New South Wales Combined
Independent Schools teams while in Australia
A Northeastern Ohio First Team All-League selection
Also played for Rapid Fire Field Hockey Club

Personal
Daughter of Buddy and Hilary Bell
Has a two brothers, Dylan and Ryder, and a sister, Peyton
Participated in Coach for College program in Vietnam in summer 2011
English major, Art History minor

Bell[apos]s Career Statistics