|High School:||Princeton Day School|
Frieder's Career Stats
2015 (Senior): Started all 14 games, playing in 810 minutes after just 23 minutes in her first three seasons combined…Picked up the first win of her career with an OT victory against Cornell on April 4, matching her career high with 12 saves in the game…Also had 12 saves against Princeton at home on March 7…Posted back-to-back 11 save games at Denver (March 24) and home vs. USC (March 28…Picked up wins in her final two career games against Brown and Columbia with the latter coming in OT…Finished the season with 101 saves, a 10.60 goals against average and a .414 save percentage…Posted a 3-11 W-L record.
2014 (Junior): Did not see action.
2013 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game, playing 46 seconds in goal against Florida at home on March 9…Did not make a save, allowing one goal in that time.
2012 (Freshman): A solid back-up goalkeeper her first season at Dartmouth, she saw action in four games...Played 27:17 of action in those three contests at Florida and Syracuse and at home against Columbia and Niagara...Made two saves in each of her first three appearances, allowing just four goals in those games...In 13:45 of play in the circle against Niagara on April 16, she allowed just one goal while turning aside a point-blank chance by the Purple Eagle attack.
Before Dartmouth: Played four seasons of varsity soccer and lacrosse at Princeton Day School...Served as the captain for both teams her senior seasons...Received numerous honors and recognitions from local media outlets in both soccer and lacrosse...Has been named a US Lacrosse All-America Honorable Mention and a US Lacrosse U19 National Team pool selection...Led Princeton Day School to consecutive Prep B New Jersey State Soccer Championships (2009-10)...Led her team to a Mercer County lacrosse title as a junior with an 11-3 record...Named first-team all-state as a senior...Played in the ESPN RISE All-American Lacrosse Showcase in Orlando in July of 2011...A four-time coaches award winner between soccer and lacrosse...Twice named to the Princeton Packet First Team, once in soccer and once in lacrosse.
Personal: Daughter of Jonathan and Beth Frieder...Has two sisters: Elizabeth and a twin sister, Alison...Grandfather, Dick Frieder '55, graduated from Dartmouth...A member of the Princeton Day School's Honors Lists in each of her 12 terms...major is currently undecided.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
I was immediately drawn to the team dynamic. While visiting Dartmouth both for camp and overnights, it was so evident that the team was a true family. The girls in this program were so welcoming and were having so much fun together while playing the sport they loved. I could see they loved being a part of this program and I wanted to be a part of this special experience as well.
What is your favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment?
My favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment was beating Princeton last year in the semifinals of the Ivy Tournament. The game was incredibly close and was such an amazing accomplishment for our team to pull the win out against a tough Princeton team. Also, I am from Princeton which makes the win feel that much better.
Who is the most famous person you’ve ever met in person?
I just met Jeremy Piven while in London. I also met Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings running back).
What is your favorite place on campus?
My favorite place on campus is the docks on the Connecticut River. I spent so much time there this summer and it is one of the most beautiful part of campus/ Hanover.
What do you love most about playing on our home field Scully-Fahey?
Scully is by far the prettiest field I have ever seen. Scully feels like home and we absolutely love it. Also, we have the most incredible fans who are so supportive and cheer us on for every game.