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  Brooke Edwards

Brooke Edwards

Player Profile

Position:
Graduate Assistant

Alma Mater:
Ohio '12

03/19/2013

Spuehler Selected As 2013 Harrow Cup Captain

Ohio's assistant field hockey coach will select her team Wednesday for the post-collegiate field hockey championship.

09/27/2012

Ohio Field Hockey Continues Play Tomorrow

Bobcats head to Philadelphia for non-conference contest

06/20/2012

Ohio Field Hockey Trains with ROTC

Bobcats teach ROTC, while also learning a thing or two in return

03/05/2012

Ohio Field Hockey Earns NFHCA Academic Awards

Team honored along with 10 student-athletes

01/06/2012

Ohio Field Hockey Places Three on All-MAC Academic Squad

Altdoerffer, Green and McGill earn honors

Edwards begins her first season as graduate assistant for the Bobcats after leading the Bobcats to the NCAA Tournament in 2011. A two-time National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division One Academic Squad selection, Edwards scored the game-winning overtime goal for the Bobcats in the 2011 MAC Championship.

A veteran of 88 games, Edwards started every contest for Ohio during the 2010-11 seasons and finished her career with 19 goals and 15 assists. She finished among the top-10 in the MAC in 2011 in both goals and points. Edwards also recorded three multi-goal games for the Bobcats during her senior season.

During her junior season, she led the Bobcats in assists and finished tied for third in the MAC. Edwards tallied two multi-assist games, recording a personal-best three helpers against Richmond. Her two-assist performance in a win against Kent State got her named to the WomensFieldHockey.com's Weekly Honor Roll. She would have her first multi-goal contest on Senior Day 2010 to lift the Bobcats to a win over Central Michigan

As a sophomore, Edwards scored the game-winner, her first-career goal, in a win over Kent State. She showed her penchant for the dramatic when sh notched her first career assist in the MAC championship game against Miami. She also led the team with four defensive saves.

Edwards was a two-time PIAA-AA All-State Honorable Mention and participated in the USFHA Futures program for three years. She graduated from Ohio with a degree in physical education.