2016 (Senior): Played in 10 games and started one in her final season... Scored one goal and caused one turnover in the season opener vs. UMass Lowell.
2015 (Junior): Appeared in four games, making one start…Scored two goals in her first appearance of the season against Vermont on March 18…Netted a tally at Denver on March 24…Finished the season with three goals and three points.
2014 (Sophomore): Saw action in nine games, making one start…Recorded eight goals…Did not post an assist, giving her eight points for the year…Had one game-winning goal…Scored her first career goal at Florida on March 18, adding two more in the contest for her first multi-point game as well…Followed up her hat trick in Gainesville with two tallies at home against Columbia on March 22…Had goals in three of the final four contests of the season.
2013 (Freshman): Saw action in just two games…Played at Boston University on March 6 and at Duke on March 17.
Before Dartmouth: A three-sport athlete at Mountain Lakes High School in New Jersey as she played basketball, soccer and lacrosse...Recipient of the 2011-12 Female Scholar-Athlete Award presented by the Morris County Athletic Director's Association...Named to All-Morris County teams several times, including the second team twice...Named to the All-NJAC First Team as a junior in 2011 and a sophomore in 2010...A US Lacrosse Academic All-American her junior year...The Morris County Daily Record named her to its all-area second team as a junior after being tabbed to the first team her sophomore season...Also an accomplished basketball player with several accolades and recognitions from her time at Mountain Lakes.
Personal: Daughter of Todd and Susan Hermanson...Both parents attended Middlebury...Father played football and mother was an alpine skier and soccer player with the Panthers in the mid 1980s...Has one sister...Was a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society while also working as a peer leader.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
The enthusiastic coaches, extremely welcoming players, and the great tradition that is associated with Dartmouth Women’s Lacrosse. This team is truly a family that you’ll be a part of for the rest of your life.
As a little kid what did you want to be when you grew up?
Describe your Dartmouth experience in three words.
Exciting, Unforgettable, Challenging.
What do you love most about playing on our home field Scully-Fahey?
The atmosphere – it’s a beautiful setting and everyone gets so pumped up to defend our home field.
Best memory from the Australia Tour?
Going skydiving – it was something I never planned on doing it and it was the best/scariest feeling in the world (and I’d do it again in a heartbeat).