Deidra Clymer records 10 saves for the Friars in goal.
As a Sophomore: Started all 18 games for the Friars at midfield... Registered single season career highs in points (17), assists (11) and goals (three)... Led the Friars in assists (11), while her 17 points were fourth best on the team...Her 11 assists also ranked 16th in the nation among NCAA Division I players and tied for third in the BIG EAST Conference...Led the BIG EAST in assists per game... Attempted nine shots during the season, and each shot was on goal... Recorded a single-game career high of three points in two games vs. Harvard (1g, 1a) on September 8 and Connecticut (1g, 1a) on September 28... Recorded the first assist of her collegiate career against Harvard (9/8)... Recorded at least one point in 11 of the 18 games she played, including four-straight games to close the season.
As a Freshman: Played 17 games and appeared in the starting line-up 15 times... Finished the season with four points on two goals... Tallied the game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over UC Davis on September 7, marking her first collegiate points... Recorded the second-highest shots on goal percentage on the team (.875), as seven of her eight shots were on the cage... Competed for New England at the 2012 U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Women's National Championship in College Park, Md. and scored one goal.
In High School: Attended Noble & Greenough School sophomore through senior year... Attended Brooks School as a freshman...Earned a total of 14 varsity letters in field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse...A four-time All-League (ISL) selection ...Member of Futures Elite and was a Junior Olympic selectee in 2008...Led team to the ISL Championship (2009)...Bond Prize winner at Noble & Greenough.
Personal: Born June 24, 1992...Daughter of Colleen and James FitzPatrick...Has four brothers, Ryan, Liam, Nolan and Gavin... Marketing major.
U.S. Field Hockey Women's National Championship (New England) 2012