GILBERT, Ariz. – Senior Brooke Haskell (Winslow, Maine) of the Saint Anselm College field hockey team was picked as a Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division II Second Team All-American on Monday.
Haskell and the Hawks posted a 15-7 record in 2018, earning their third-straight berth in the NCAA Division II Field Hockey Championship. Saint Anselm also picked up its fourth-straight spot in the Northeast-10 Conference postseason.
The Hawks have now garnered nine All-America awards from the NFHCA since the 2015 season. Since that campaign, Saint Anselm has racked up an overall record of 63-19 and has won 39 of a possible 44 games on their home surface at Grappone Stadium. The Hawks finished the year as the sixth-ranked team in NCAA Division II.
The program's all-time leader in career games played with 83, Haskell has helped the Hawks post a goals-against average of 1.42 as a senior, the fourth-best mark in team history. She has been a part of the top four defensive seasons ranked by goals-against average since the program's inception in 2001 and contributed to five shutouts in 2018.
She had previously earned Second Team All-Conference honors from the Northeast-10 Conference following the season and was an All-Rookie pick as a freshman in 2015. She also participated at the NFHCA Division II Senior All-Star Game in Pittsburgh, Pa. following the season.