13 - Sara Eaton
|High School:||National Cathedral School|
2007: Missed the first three games of the season while recovering from an injury ... Started all 14 games she was available for, finishing the year with three assists ... 2006: Started all 16 games in the midfield, earning three assists on the season ... Selected to EPTC New England Fire B-Squad ... 2005: Made an immediate impact as a rookie, earning Honorable Mention All-Ivy honors at the conclusion of the season ... Played in all 16 games, earning 14 starts ... Finished with 10 points (3g, 4a), fourth on the team and first among all the Brown freshmen ... Scored her first career goal in a 6-2 win over Rhode Island ... Also scored in a 4-0 win over Colgate and had the winning goal and an assist in victory over Columbia ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week following the Columbia victory ... Before Brown: Eaton joined the Bears from the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC ... Also had a wealth of Futures experience, having participated in the National Futures Tournament in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 ... A co-captain for the National Cathedral team in 2004, Eaton was named MVP of the team as a senior, after earning the Coaches' Award as a junior ... Named Washington Post Second Team All-Met in 2003, earning Washington Post First Team All-Met honors in 2004 ... Won a Silver Medal in 2003 at the AAU Junior Olympics ... Participated in the U-19 National Indoor Tournament in 2003 and 2004, winning her pool in 2004 ... Also went to the National Field Hockey Festival in 2003 and 2004 with Southeast Field Hockey Club ... Went to Australia in 2004 with the Futures Elite U-19 Team, coached by Carolan Norris ... Has participated in USFHA Futures Elite for the past two years ... Also played varsity lacrosse and was on the dance team in 2002 ... Was a 2004 National Achievement Scholar Semi-Finalist ... National French Contest Finalist in 2002, 2004, and 2005 ... Personal: Daughter of Allen T. Eaton III and Ann Hayward ... Concentrating in History of Art & Architecture.