Duke Women's Lacrosse BIO
36 Angel Thompson
Career: Appeared in the net seven times as a backup goalkeeper, recording 48:50 minutes … Concluded her career with a .364 save percentage and four saves … Recipient of an ACC Top Six for Service Award and a Heidrick Family Leadership Post Graduate Scholarship.
2015: Made four appearances in the net as a senior, totaling 28:19 minutes … Posted one save against Davidson (3/31) … A recipient of Duke’s inaugural Heidrick Family Leadership Post Graduate Scholarship.
2014: Returned from injury to make two appearances in the cage as a junior, totaling 17:58 minutes … Made a pair of saves against Elon in the season opener (2/7) … Also tallied a stop against Davidson (3/13) … Did not allow a goal in either appearance … Recipient of an ACC Top Six for Service Award … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Missed the 2013 season due to injury … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Made one appearance against Bucknell in the season opener on Feb. 4 ... Totaled 2:33 minutes in goal ... Earned a spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Lettered four years at The Woodlands High School ... Two-time all-state and US Lacrosse Academic All-America choice ... Totaled 504 saves during high school career ... Served as team captain as a senior, earning Woodlands Defender of the Year accolades ... Named Aggieland Women’s Lacrosse Classic Most Valuable Defensive Player as a senior ... Named team MVP sophomore season ... Represented Texas at the IWLCA Champions Cup Tournament in 2010 ... Women’s Division National Tournament Mohawk 2010 Bracket champion ... Also lettered in track & field ... AP Scholar ... Member of the National Honor Society and National English Honor Society ... Two-time Student Achieving in Excellence Award recipient ... Participated in Interact and Student Council.
Personal: Angelita Sylvia Thompson ... Daughter of John Thompson ... Has two brothers - Gordon and Gregory.