HANOVER, N.H. – Dartmouth field hockey head coach Amy Fowler has announced the seven individuals who will join the team this fall as the members of the Class of 2018.

Four midfielders, two defenders and one attacking forward will make up the incoming class of players. Julia Donald, Laura Donald, Anna Ewasechko, Morgan Phillie, Anna Rowthorn-Apel, Maggie Sherin and Sarah Tabeek will all make their Big Green debut this fall in the 2014 season.

“We are thrilled to be adding this group of young women to our program,” Fowler said. “They each bring a strong competitive edge and an eagerness to help impact the team immediately. 

“I would like to commend my assistant coaches Pattie Gillern and Kate Heineman as well as former assistant Kristine Stigas for their work on bringing such a talented group of individuals to Dartmouth,” Fowler continued. “This class knows the importance of coming in prepared and ready to go. With the loss of six seniors, we will need our rookies to push the rising upperclassmen to fill in the gaps left by graduation. I am confident that all seven freshmen will help make us better every day!”

A complete breakdown of the Class of 2018 is as follows:

Julia Donald
Kimberton, Pennsylvania
/ The Hill School
Forward

Career Highlights
- Team’s Most Valuable Player:  2012, 2013
- The Hill School’s all-time leading scorer
- MAPL champions: 2013
- All-MAPL First-Team selection: 2011, 2012, 2013
- Selected to Montgomery County Mercury All-Area First Team: 2012, 2013
- National Futures Champions: 2013, 2014
- Team Captain Senior Year

What Fowler Says… “Julia is a tremendous competitor, very feisty on and off the ball; she will complement the playing style of our returning forwards”

Laura Donald
Kimberton, Pennsylvania
/ Agnes Irwin School
Defense

Career Highlights:
- Defensive MVP for the Hill School:  2012
- All-MAPL First-Team selection: 2012, 2013
- Selected to Montgomery County Mercury All-Area First Team: 2012
- Team’s leading scorer: 2012
- Selected to Delaware County Times All-Area Team: 2013
- Team Captain Senior Year: 2013

What Fowler Says… “A solid defender who is tenacious and can help set a tone in our backfield.”

Anna Ewasechko
Calgary, Alberta
/ Western Canada High School
Midfield

Career Highlights:
- Named as a part of the Canadian Women's Target 2017 Squad
- Alberta Provincial Team Captain: 2012, 2013
- Western Canada High School Team Captain: 2011-13
- Western Canada High School Team MVP: 2011-13
- Guelph Gryphons Spring-Fest Tournament MVP: 2013
- Received the 2013 Mark Caron Memorial Award: a school-wide award given to an athlete of any sport ‘in recognition of leadership, athletic ability, and a love of life’

What Fowler Says… “Has good hands, strong stick skills and great vision; a playmaker in our mid/backfield.”

Morgan Philie
West Friendship, Maryland
/ Glenelg High School
Defense

Career Highlights:
- Two-year co-captain
- Harrow Sports / NFHCA High School All-American Third Team: 2012
- Two-time Harrow Sports / NFHCA High School All-Region Team (Mid-Atlantic)
- Two-time Maryland All-State First Team
- Two-time Washington Post & Baltimore Sun All-Met First Team
- Two-time All-County First Team
- Futures Region 7 participant since 2009
- Junior Olympics: 2012
- National Futures Championship selection: 2012, 2013

What Fowler Says… “A physical presence in the defense who has very good distribution skills.”

Anna Rowthorn-Apel
Bethesda, Maryland
/ Walter Johnson High School
Midfield

Career Highlights:
- Team Most Valuable Player: 2011, 2012, 2013
- Maryland All-State First Team: 2013, 2012
- Washington Post All-Met First Team: 2013, 2012 / Honorable Mention: 2011
- Two-time Montgomery County Gazette All-County Player of the Year: 2013, 2012
- Montgomery All-County Coaches First Team: 2012, 2013
- Futures Elite: 2013
- Junior Olympics: 2011, 2012
- National Field Hockey Championship Selection: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

What Fowler Says… “Anna has great hands and vision and will be another playmaker for us in the midfield.”

Maggie Sherin
Weston, Connecticut /
Greens Farms Academy
Midfield

Career Highlights:
- Varsity Field Hockey: 2010-2013- Captain: 2013
- MVP: 2011-2013
- FAA Honorable Mention: 2011
- FAA All-League: 2012-2013
- WNEPSA All Star: 2011-2013
- NEPSAC All-Tournament Team: 2013
- Norwalk Hour Student-Athlete of the Week: 2013
- FC United Elite Field Hockey Club Team: 2009-2013

What Fowler Says… “Maggie is physically fit and has a lot of potential to be a utility player in her first season with us.”

Sarah Tabeek
Quincy, Massachusetts / Middlesex School
Midfield

Career Highlights:
- Four-year varsity player
- Captain senior year — Led team to No. 1 seed in New England Tournament and second in ISL
- First Team All-League ISL sophomore, junior, and senior year
- First Team All-New England: 2012, 2013
- Two-time National All-American & All-Region selection: 2012-13
- 2013 Academic All-American
- Two-time National Futures Championship selection
- Futures Elite selection

What Fowler Says… Sarah’s hands and feet are very quick and she has great vision to make plays in our midfield.”