|High School:||Noble & Greenough|
Foster's Career Stats
Played in 12 games, making six starts over the course of the season…Did not register a point, but did pick up three ground balls and caused three turnovers in those 12 appearances…Saw action in four Ivy League games.
Appeared in eight games off the bench...Did not register a point...Picked up three ground balls and one draw control...Caused three turnovers.
2011 (Freshman): Played in two games as a freshman on defense.
Before Dartmouth: Played varsity lacrosse as a junior and senior for Noble & Greenough... Led Nobles to the Independent School League Championship in 2009 with a 16-1 record ... Recipient of Noble's John Paine Award for hard work and consistency in athletics in 2008 ... Played varsity field hockey and junior varsity ice hockey, winning the ISL Championship in field hockey as a senior ... Played for Revolution Lacrosse Club, Team Black ... Member of the Eastern Lower New England Team 2 at the National Tournament women's division in 2009
Personal: Hatherly Allan Foster ... Daughter of Brock and Suki Foster ... Father, Brock, played ice hockey at Curry College ... Grandfather, William Foster, played football and hockey at Harvard ... Five cousins were college athletes.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
The strong tradition of hard work, winning and pride that characterize the Lacrosse program are what drew me to be an athlete here at Dartmouth. Dartmouth women lacrosse players are passionate about the sport, love being a part of the community and are supportive of one another all the time. These qualities attracted me instantly and I am so grateful to be a part of such a well-coached and well-established program!
What is your favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment?
The rush of beating Maryland freshmen year was one of the best moments of my career thus far. I also love the excitement around alumnae weekend every year when old teammates and friends reunite to celebrate the program. Seeing them always reminds me of the lessons I learned from the generations before me and how lucky I am to be a part of the tradition of this program.
Do you have a hidden talent?
I can recite the Gettysburg address.
What has been your favorite class while at Dartmouth?
Government 50- War & Peace in the Modern Age with Professor Press has been my favorite class at Dartmouth so far. The class focuses on conflict over the past century and the human condition and sense of understanding of violence and warfare. We read a series of books from the perspective of soldiers and reporters about different wars and examined the overall concept of human understanding of conflict.
As a little kid what did you want to be when you grew up?
I always wanted to be the next Diane Sawyer (and sort of still do!)