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2014 ACC Field Hockey Championship
 
Duke Field Hockey BIO
3 Laura Suchoski

Team captain ...

2007: Served as a team captain ... a first team All-America pick for the second consecutive season ... a first team All-South Region selection for the third straight year ... was named to the All-ACC squad for the second straight season ... started all 20 games ... tallied 20 points on six goals and eight assists ... those marks all ranked third-most on the squad ... tallied a season-high four points vs. Longwood (Oct. 13), scoring a season-best two goals ... dished out two assists at Delaware (Oct. 20) ... secured three points on three occasions with a goal and an assist against William & Mary (Sept. 1), Wake Forest (Sept. 8) and Penn (Oct. 21) ... named to the ACC All-Academic team ... 

2006: A first team All-America selection ... named NCAA All-Tournament ... an All-South Region pick ... received All-ACC honors ... started all 22 games played ... tallied 14 points on three goals and eight assists ... ranked third on the team in shots on goal percentage (.647) ... netted the game-winning goal versus California (Oct. 21) ... dished out two assists versus Wake Forest in the NCAA Tournament semifinals (Nov. 16) ... received the Blue Devil Award at the annual team banquet, awarded to the player who has demonstrated a great love of the sport, the team and of Duke ... named to the ACC All-Academic team ...

2005: Third team All-America selection ...first freshman in Duke history to make the All-America squad ... NCAA All-Tournament team member ... only freshman named to the All-South Region first team ... All-ACC selection ... netted two goals and added four assists for eight points ... her first goal of the season was the game-winner in a late-season win over Old Dominion ... netted a goal in the next game against Northwestern ... added assists against Boston College, William & Mary, Virginia and Princeton ... the assist against Princeton was on the game-winning goal in the second overtime of the NCAA Tournament First Round ... All-ACC Academic team member ...

PREP: Three-time NFHCA All-America ... four-year letterwinner at Wyoming Seminary ... four-time all-state selection ... led her team to the District II Pennsylvania state finals as a senior ... 2004-05 Wyoming Seminary Most Outstanding Female Athlete ... won a state championship as a freshman and reached the semifinals in 2002 ... played in Chile in 2004 with U-21 & U-19 teams ... competed in Holland with the U-16 team in 2002 and 2003 ... camp A participant in 2004 and 2005 ... led the Valley Styx to the 2005 Pool A U-19 National Indoor Championship ... finished second and third, respectively, at the 2004 and 2003 indoor tournament ... won the 2004 United Airlines Summer League Championship in 2004 ... led the Metro Rush to a third place finish in the UASL in 2003 ... won two championships in the Keystone State winter games ... led the Valley Styx to two National Indoor Championships in 2002 ... played in four National Futures Tournaments ... three-year participant in the Junior Olympics and National Hockey Festival ...  played soccer for two years, winning the Pennsylvania District II Championship in 2002 ...

PERSONAL: Born April 12, 1987 ... daughter of Ken and Mary Suchoski...has one sister, Sara (24) and two brothers, Kenneth (18) and Brian (15)... most memorable field hockey moment was Duke beating Maryland under the lights during the regular season in 2006 ... favorites include Pirates of the Caribbean, advertising, purple Swedish fish, film editing, and dancing ... chose Duke because of its competitive level of academics and athletics and unmatchable school spirit ...

COACH’S QUOTE: “Laura lives Duke hockey. When identifying our program, Laura is front and center. She is incredibly skilled, fast and dangerous; all of this is only surpassed by her passion and drive for this program.”

Position: Midfield
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
City/State: Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
High School: Wyoming Seminary
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