Senior (2010): Team captain for the second year in a row … Named first team All-Ivy and participated in the NFHCA Senior All-Start game … Made appearances in 16 of Dartmouth's 17 games, missed one with an injury … Notched 23 points on the season for second on the team … Recorded a career-high 22 assists and set Dartmouth's season assist record … Is fourth at Dartmouth for points in a season with 33 and third in points per game at 2.06 … Finished her career in Hanover as the 5th all-time scorer with 74 points and is Dartmouth's all-time assists leader with 55 … Recorded multiple-points in every game but three … Had a season high four points in four contests … Recorded four assists in two different games … Had 35 total shots with 19 on goal.
Junior (2009): Competed and started in all 17 contests as the Big Green team captain ... Named first team All-Ivy for the second straight year and was selected to the first team All-Northeast Region for the first time ... Posted 15 assists on the season, which was one behind her output a season ago ... Her three goals were a career-high ... Put 13 shots on goal and had 25 total ... Recorded a season-high six points with a goal and four assists in the 8-3 win over Brown ... The four assists tied the Ivy League record for assists in a game ... Followed that with two assists in the win over Bryant on Sept. 27 ... Had a streak of four straight multi-point games ... Posted three points with a goal and an assist against Yale on Oct. 17 ... recorded three assists at Harvard on Oct. 31 ... Awarded the Class of 1948 Scholar-Athlete Award, which is given to one male and one female of the junior class, who have combined outstanding performance in athletics and significant achievement in academics.
Sophomore (2008): Played in all of Dartmouth’s 17 contests for the second-straight year ... Set the Big Green record for assists in a season with 16 ... Named a unanimous selection for first team All-Ivy ... Led the Ivy League in assists, which was five ahead of the closest competitor ... Averaged just under one assist per game ... Had a streak of seven-straight games with at least one point ... Led Dartmouth with seven multi-point games ... Posted two assists in six games ... Earned her first assist of the year against Vermont on Sept. 24 in a 4-3 loss ... Handed out two assists in back-to-back games against Brown and Holy Cross ... Also added two assists vs. New Hampshire, Bryant, Columbia and Cornell ... Assisted on the game-winner against New Hampshire, which came with two seconds left in the game ... Scored lone goal of the season and of her career against Penn in a 3-2 win on Oct. 4.
Freshman (2007): Led all freshmen in games and starts with 17 and 16, respectively ... Recorded a goal for two points as Dartmouth’s key player in the middle ... Appeared on all penalty corners as a striker ... Posted 18 shots with eight on net ... Tallied first collegiate goal in the season opener against Maine on Aug. 31 ... Earned Ivy honor roll accolades on Sept. 3 for her role in the 3-2 overtime win against Maine ... Named to the U.S. National Indoor Field Hockey team.
Before Dartmouth: Attended St. Angel Schule for six years, before completing her preparatory career at Bischof-Neumann-Schule in Koenigstein, Germany ... Played for Rüsselsheimer RK, a team in the top field hockey league in Europe ... Is a member of the German National junior women’s team.
Personal: Virginia Diane Peisch was born on January 22, 1988 ... Daughter of Chris and Astrid Peisch ... Has two brothers, Nicholas and Oliver ... Father, Christopher, who was a Rhodes Scholar, a cross country/track captain for the Big Green and Class of ’75 ... He delivered the valedictory speech at the 1975 Dartmouth commencement ... Uncle, Thomas Peisch was in the Class of ’70 and uncle, Andrew, was the Class of ’82.
PEISCH'S CAREER STATISTICS