33 Lauren Hartnett
33 Lauren Hartnett
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Walpole, Mass.
High School: Walpole
Position: MF

As a Senior in 2008:
Northeast Conference First Team Selection...2008 ZAG/National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Team...2008 Northeast Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll selection...Awarded the team's Best Offensive Player award after totaling career highs in goals (five), assists (four) and points (14)...Led Quinnipiac in scoring against NEC teams after she finished the year with two goals and two assists for six points in conference play.

As a Junior in 2007:
2007 ZAG/National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Team...2007 Northeast Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll selection...Totaled two goals and three assists for seven points...Scored her first goal of the year in a 2-1 win over Columbia on Sept. 2...Had one assist against Lafayette on Sept. 9 in a 2-1 loss...Had one assist against Hofstra on Sept. 19 in a 3-2 loss...Had one assist in a 2-1 win over Siena on Oct. 21...Had one goal in Quinnipiac's season-ending 3-1 win over Monmouth on Oct. 26...Named team tri-captain.

As a Sophomore in 2006:
Started seven of the 16 games she played in...Had one assist in a 6-0 win over St. Francis (Pa.) on Oct. 22.

As a Freshman in 2005:
Did not play, but practice with the team.

Before Quinnipiac:
Three-year letterwinner in field hockey and basketball at Walpole (Mass.) High School...Led Walpole to the Bay State League, South Sectional and Eastern Massachusetts Championships...Two-time field hockey and basketball state champions...Field hockey Regional All-American..."Best of 60 Senior" selection...Bay State League All-Star...Boston Globe All-Scholastic for field hockey and basketball...Boston Herald All-Scholastic for field hockey and basketball...Neponset Daily Co-Player of the Year in field hockey...2004 Best Female Athlete in Northeast New England for Basketball...Boston Herald Basketball "Dream Team"...Two-time Bay State League MVP in basketball...Tufts New England Medical Center "Rising Star" for best female athlete in multiple sports.

Daughter of Deborah and Michael Hartnett...Her brother Michael played football for Bates College while her other brother Brian played football for Worcester State College...Born in Walpole, Mass.