Competing in College

Athletics, scholarship, and expert advice = intercollegiate competition
Each year, our graduates go on to play sports in college! Some have earned athletic scholarships at NCAA Division I schools, and many more play at Division III colleges. Foxcroft’s College Counselors and Athletic Department will work with you as you navigate the recruiting process to find the best fit both athletically, academically, and socially. And we will all cheer you on!

Current Players


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  • Meredith Dish Harris ’10

    University of Denver

    Foxcroft: Second-leading scorer in school history; twice named First Team All-DAC, 2009, 2010

    College: Led the team in goals (58) her senior year and made First Team All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. Sophomore year: Earned starting status and emerged as one of team’s leading scorers. Freshman: Played in 11 of 16 games, scoring three goals and adding one assist. 
  • Ashton Marshall ’10

    Christopher Newport University

    Foxcroft: Set school scoring record, 2010; named first team all-DAC, 2009, 2010

    College: Named Player of the Year USA South Atlantic Conference (2012) and achieved Third Team All-America honors; set single-game school record for most goals in a game (10, 2012); selected to First Team USA South Atlantic Conference regular season team and tournament team (2011); finished her career as the school’s all-time leading goal scorer (247).
  • Chelsy Coil ’08

    Field Hockey
    Michigan State (NCAA Division 1)

    Foxcroft: Loudoun County Player of the Year, 2006, 2007; all-state 2007

    College: Won team’s Spirit Award, 2008

Alumnae College Athletes

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  • Rosie Powers ’14, Riding

    Sweet Briar College

    College: As a sophomore, one of 16 riders in the nation selected as a finalist for the United States Hunter Jumper Association's Emerging Athletes Program. 
  • Caroline Fout ’13, Field Hockey

    Hobart and William Smith College
  • Rebecca Mann ’13, Field Hockey

    Washington and Lee
  • Elsie Spencer ’13, Lacrosse

    Sewanee, The University of the South
  • Carter Ware '13, Field Hockey

    Washington and Lee University
  • Alex Carr ’12, Lacrosse

    Rhodes College
  • Maeve Couzens '12, Field Hockey

    Gettysburg College
  • Charlotte MacDonald ’12, Field Hockey

    Washington and Lee University
  • Claire Knepshield ’11, Softball

    College of the South-Sewanee

    Foxcroft: Named first-team all-conference twice as a pitcher.

    College: Played three seasons as an infielder before an injured shoulder ended her college career.
  • Meghan Hogan ’10, Lacrosse

    Sweet Briar College

    Foxcroft: Member of a team that went 10-2 and reached the finals of the DAC tournament, 2010.

    College: Started 15 of team’s 16 games, recording two goals, 2011.
  • Julienne “Jules” Brown ’09, Field Hockey

    Roanoke College

    Foxcroft: First Team All-DAC, 2008.

    College: A four-year letter-winner; named to third team All-ODAC, 2012.
  • Chelsea Dickson ’09, Squash

    Tufts University

    Foxcroft: Graduated Cum Laude and was a starter at midfield for the soccer team. 

    College: Member of the Massachusetts Squash Club; made squash team as a sophomore and won her first match as a junior.
  • Laura Block ’07, Field Hockey & Lacrosse

    Gettysburg College

    Foxcroft: Named to All-Independent School League First Team in field hockey (2006) and lacrosse (2007); received Honorable Mention All-Met from the Washington Post in both sports.

    College: A goalkeeper, she made both the varsity field hockey and lacrosse teams, a rare feat for a college athlete.
  • Sloane Coles ’07, Lacrosse

    Drew University

    Foxcroft: Midfielder on a team that reached state semifinals in 2007.

    College: All-Landmark Conference first team, 2009, 2010, 2011.
  • Caitlin McNaughton ’07, Field Hockey

    Sewanee: The University of the South

    Foxcroft: Named First Team All-Loudoun County by Washington Post; co-captain senior year.

    College: Co-captain, 2010; selected to First Team All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, 2010.
  • Jessi Coil ’06, Field Hockey

    Field Hockey
    Kent State (NCAA Division 1)

    Foxcroft: Loudoun County Player of the Year, 2005

    College: All-Big Ten Conference Tournament team, 2006
  • Jessica Copeland ’06, Lacrosse

    Ohio Wesleyan

    Foxcroft: All-ISL first team, 2006; named First Team All-Loudoun County by Washington Post; winner of the Teresa E. Shook Award, 2006.

    College: Led All-North Coast Athletic Conference in goals (67), 2010; named league’s Offensive Player of the Year, 2010.
  • Julie Hoppman ’06, Field Hockey

    Springfield College

    Foxcroft: Top defender on a team that posted seven shutouts, 2006.

    College: Selected to second team All-New England Men’s and Women’s Athletic Conference, 2009; key defender in leading team to a 17-6 record and a third straight league title.
  • Mo Baptiste ’05, Field Hockey

    Sewanee: The University of the South

    Foxcroft: Key member of the 2005 team that finished 10-4-1 and reached the state tournament.

    College: A leading defensive player on the team that won the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, 2008.
  • Lynn Hancock ’05, Field Hockey

    Sewanee: The University of the South

    Foxcroft: All-Independent School League selection.

    College: Co-Offensive Player of the Year, Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, 2008; led SCAC in goals (16) and points (34), 2008.
  • Claire Mancini ’05, Lacrosse

    University of Massachusetts (NCAA Division 1)

    Foxcroft: First to record 50 goals in a season, 2005; Loudoun County Player of the Year, 2005; Washington Post All-Met selection, 2005.

    College: Injuries hampered her college career but she was praised by coaches for her stick work and conditioning.
  • Charlotte Baptiste ’02, Field Hockey

    Sewanee: The University of the South

    Foxcroft: All-Met honorable mention, Washington Post, 2001

    College: Offensive Player of the Year, Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, 2005
If you know someone who is missing from our list, please let us know!
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