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Peyton Tollaksen

Chesapeake, Va.
Great Bridge
High School
Peyton Tollaksen - Field Hockey - Virginia Cavaliers

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  • Appeared in 18 games with five starts
  • Scored four goals for eight points
  • Scored the game-winning goal against Delaware (8/29)
  • Scored two goals at William & Mary (9/3)
  • Also scored a goal against Miami (9/10)
  • Finished her career with nine goals and an assist for 19 points, playing in 74 games with 20 starts
  • NFHCA National Academic Squad
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Appeared in 14 games with eight starts
  • Scored her first goal of the season in the ACC Semifinal contest against Louisville (11/6)
  • Scored the game-winner in the 5-2 victory against James Madison (3/21)
  • NFHCA National Academic Squad
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Appeared in all 23 games with four starts
  • Scored a goal in the victory over Yale (9/15)
  • Had an assist on the game-winning goal against Liberty (10/28)
  • Competed at the USA Field Hockey Young Women’s National Championship in June
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Appeared in all 19 games with three starts
  • Scored two goals
  • Scored the game-winning goal in her collegiate debut at Drexel (Aug. 24), scoring the Cavaliers’ first two goals of the season

High School/Club Hockey

  • Member of the US U19 Junior National Team
  • 2018 Max Preps All-American
  • 2016 and 2017 Group 4A Virginia State Player of the Year
  • 2018 Chesapeake Female Athlete of the Year
  • Three-time First Team All-Tidewater honoree and 2016 Player of the Year
  • All-Southeastern Field Hockey District Player of the Year
  • Holds the career record for goals scored at Great Bridge High School with 148
  • Set a Virginia High School League state scoring record her junior season with 53 goals and 17 assists
  • Also ran indoor and outdoor track at GBHS, earning All-State honors as a sophomore during indoor season


  • Daughter of Diana Tollaksen and David Tollaksen
  • Has a younger sister, Alyssa
  • Foreign affairs major; women, gender & sexuality minor