Plymouth Whitemarsh High School’s Sarah Trask plans to continue her education and field hockey career at Wagner College in New York.
“Sarah’s passion for the game and dedication to honing her skills has provided our team with stability and consistency in the cage,” commented Halteman. “I am excited to see her take her game to the college level as I know she will use her experience to make an impact at Wagner.”
Trask is joined by fellow seniors and teammates Kaleigh Missimer and Sarah Ava Borkowski who have signed letters of intent to play NCAA Division I field hockey next year. The trio helped lead the Colonials to a 13-1 record this season, including their eighth consecutive Suburban One League (American now Liberty) Conference championship and a berth in the District 1 championship game for the second straight year. The three seniors never lost a conference game.
Trask started in goal for the Colonials the past three seasons. She had 38 saves and a 77.6 save percentage this season while averaging 0.92 goals per game. Trask posted an 89.0 save percentage as a junior. She was named the Colonials Most Improved Player as a sophomore.
As a junior, Trask stopped every shot she faced in the Colonials District 1 semifinal win over Spring-Ford.