Duke Field Hockey BIO
6 Emmie Le Marchand
2013: Paced Duke in points (48), goals (17) and assists (14) during her senior campaign to garner second team All-America recognition from the NFHCA … Started all 24 contests up top while guiding the Blue Devils to the 2014 NCAA championship game … Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team, NFHCA All-South Region first team, ACC All-Tournament Team and the All-ACC second team … Selected to compete in the NFHCA Div. I Senior Game … Began the season with a two-goal performance against Indiana (Aug. 30) … Also had multiple tallies at Boston University and against New Hampshire in the first round of the NCAA Championship … Matched a career-high with seven points against the Wildcats … Posted multiple assists in wins over Radford and UMass … Became the 11th player in program history to top the 100-goal mark for her career in a double overtime win at Rutgers (Sept. 8) … Scored the equalizing goal in a 3-2 overtime shootout upset of top-ranked North Carolina (Sept. 27) … Led the offense with five game-winning goals on the season … Closed her career ranked fifth all-time at Duke in points (139) and seventh in goals (55) … Earned spots on the All-ACC Academic Team and the NFHCA National Academic Squad.
2012: Started all 18 games in her junior campaign ... Led the team in goals (11), points (27) and shots on goal (29) ... Tallied a season-high seven points against Kent State, scoring two goals and contributing three assists ... Currently tied for 11th on Duke’s career goal list with 38 ... Her 91 career points places her 13th on Duke’s career points list ... Earned All-ACC and first team All-South region honors ... Named to the NFHCA National Academic All-America and ACC All-Academic teams as well as the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Started all 22 games as a sophomore ... Led the team in goals (19), points (45) and shots on goal (38) ... Scored a team-high three goals vsersus Stanford and James Madison ... Tied for 10th on Duke’s single-season goal list and 11th on the program’s single-season points list ... Earned third team All-America Honors, first team Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Region accolades, Academic All-ACC honors and named ACC Player of the Week.
2010: Started 18 of 19 games her freshman season ... Led the team in both goals (8) and points (19) ... 19 points on the season was the most by a Duke freshman since Julie Tromp totaled the same number her rookie season in 2005 ... Earned second team Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Region accolades ... Scored her first collegiate goal in the season opener, a 3-2 double overtime victory against No. 13 Louisville ... Registered goals in three straight contests, beginning with the game winner against William & Mary on Oct. 15 ... Totaled a season-high four points on a goal and two assists in Duke’s 4-3 overtime victory at No. 19 Old Dominion on Oct. 17 ... Also had an assist versus Drexel on Sept. 12.
Prior to Duke: Led team to county championship in 2009 and runner-up finish in 2008 ... Made regional finals in 2008 and 2009 ... Led Cannock Hockey Club to Conference West Championship ... Member of the Y15, U-17 and U-18 regional squads from 2006-09 ... Won the UK School Championship with then England U18 squad in 2009 ... Member of the England U-21 training team from 2009-10 ... Also played netball and cricket and was a member of the track and field team ... Led netball team to county, district and regional championships as well as the national finals in 2010 ... Two-time county champion in the 800m.
Personal: Born September 29, 1991 ... Daughter of Sarah and Stephen Le Marchand ... Has one older sister, Sophie ... Majoring in English with a minor in French ... Enjoys reading, being with friends and going to the theater ... Favorite athlete is Dame Kelly Holmes.