2017 (Freshman): Started in 14 games during her first season with the Big Green...Posted six wins... Played in the cage for more than 800 minutes... Posted seven games of double-digit saves, including 19 in a 15-11 win against Binghamton on Feb. 25 in the team's home opener... Dartmouth had not had a goalkeeper with 15 or more saves in a game since Kristen Giovanniello ’14 stopped 15 at No. 4 Florida on March 18, 2014 prior to the 19 saves against the Bearcats... She followed that with 16 stops in a 19-7 win at BU (Mar. 1) in the team's following game... She had three straight games of double-digit saves with 13 at Penn (April 8) and 14 against BC (April 12) and Cornell (April 15)...Turned aside 11 in a 12-11 win at Yale on April 22 and then 12 in the season-ending 12-8 victory at home against Brown (April 29).
Before Dartmouth: Vrindten was a four-year letter winner for lacrosse at Watchung Hills Regional High School in Warren, N.J... won 1st Team All-Skyland three times, and her senior year she won the NJSIAA Scholar-Athlete Award... junior year was an Academic All-American... outside of athletics she was an inductee of the National Honor Society and the National Spanish Honor Society.
Personal: Kiera is the daughter of Robert and Patricia Vrindten and has one brother... enjoys swimming, hiking, snowboarding and skiing... used to be a competitive Irish step dancer... at Dartmouth, she plans to study biology and biochemistry to pursue a career in medicine.