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Lucy Hyams

Whitstable, England
High School
Kent College
Previous School
Lucy Hyams - Field Hockey - Virginia Cavaliers

Hyams 2014 Web Feature

At Virginia

– Longstreth/NFHCA First Team All-American, her second-straight first-team honor
– All-ACC First Team
– 2016 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region First Team
– ACC All-Tournament Team after posting a team-high eight points with two goals and four assists
– Finished her career tied for sixth in program history with 37 assists
– Picked up her 100th career point in the ACC Semifinals victory over Wake Forest (Nov. 4), finishing her career with 103 points
– Had two game-winning overtime goals, both coming against top-10 opponents, leading UVA to a 2-1 win at No. 9 Boston College (9/23) and a 1-0 victory over No. 2 Syracuse (10/15)
– Second on the team in points, with 29 on nine goals and 11 assists
– Scored two goals in the 4-2 win over Wake Forest (9/30)
– Played in the Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Senior Game
– Co-Captain

– 2015 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I First Team All-American
– 2015 All-ACC First Team
– 2015 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region First Team
– UVA Athletics Distinguished Student Athlete Award, presented to a rising fourth-year who has distinguished his or herself during their career at Virginia
– VaSID First-Team All-State
– Co-captain with Rebecca Holden
– Contributed five points with two goals and an assist in the win at Liberty
– Was named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 22) after having a hand in three of Virginia’s four goals in the win over Duke
– Leads the team in assists (10), including setting up the game-winning overtime goal in the NCAA first-round game against Delaware
– Ranked second in the ACC in assists per game (0.50) and led the conference in shots per game (4.55)
– Ranked ninth in points per game (1.50)
– Scored 10 goals, finishing with 30 points

– 2014 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region Second Team
– 15 games with 13 starts
– Ninth in the ACC averaging 0.60 goals per game
– Ninth in the ACC with 1.53 points per game
– Started the season scoring two goals in the opener at William & Mary (Aug. 29), also adding an assist for five points
– Scored a goal and had an assist against Syracuse (Sept. 26), Vermont (Sept. 28) and Liberty (Oct. 17)
– Took a season-high eight shots against Rutgers (Sept. 14)

– ACC Freshman of the Year, the fourth UVA player to earn the honor
– All-ACC Second Team
– Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Region Second Team
– VaSID State Rookie of the Year
– VaSID All-State First Team
– Played in all 19 regular-season games with 18 starts
– Is ranked in the top-10 in the ACC in assists and assists per game
– Was the only freshman to rank in the top-10 in the conference in assists and assists per game
– Finished the regular season tied for second on the team with 20 points (five goals, 10 assists)
– Logged her first career assist in her second game (Sept. 1 against No. 6 Penn State)
– Scored her first collegiate goal against Richmond (Sept. 11), the first of three-straight games in which she scored a goal
– Registered the game-winning goal at No. 15 Wake Forest

High School
– Played for the Hockey England U16 team (2008-10), U18 (2010-12) and the U21 squad (2012-13)
– Played with the Great Britain U-21 training squad in December 2012
– Earned a spot on the final U21 roster, competing at the 2013 Junior World Cup in Germany July 27-Aug. 4
– Won a bronze medal at the 2011 European Championship in Holland with the Hockey England U18 team
– Played with the Great Britain U-21 training squad in December 2012
– Awarded the Junior Hockey Player of the Year
– Also played tennis at Kent College and netball at Q.E. Grammar

– Daughter of Mark and Catherine Hyams
– Has two sisters, Hannah and Sarah
– Politics major

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