Aim is dedicated to guiding, advising, and counseling our athletes and families in the college recruiting process. Aim Director Lauren Cornthwaite has assisted families with the college placement for over 10 years.
What do we do?
We stay connected with college coaches and current on NCAA rules.
We meet with families to walk them through the recruiting process and timeline.
We give a list of suggested colleges, based on the individual student-athlete’s goals.
We contact college coaches regarding the student-athlete.
We produce and publish highlight videos for the athlete to share with coaches.
We provide opportunities for exposure to college coaches.
We connect athletes with the appropriate camps, clinics and tournaments.
We advise appropriate levels of communication from the athlete to the coaches.
We guide down the final stretch of selecting a college and field hockey program best suited for the student-athlete.
We partner with FieldHockeyRecruits.com to better serve our athletes and families.
To schedule a meeting with Lauren, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Field Hockey College Commitments from recent years:
Class of 2018: (thus far)
Ball State University – Grace Bolesta
Kent State University – Sydney Carr
Georgetown University – Lou Chalfant
Lindenwood University – Allie Hosto
University of Iowa – Grace McGuire
Lindenwood University – Sophia Swalley
Class of 2017: (thus far)
Saint Louis University – Jordan Besore
DePauw University – Gabby Carretero
Davidson College – Caitlyn Gund
Bellarmine University – Amanda Isom
University of Louisville – Annie Mulford, Madison Walsh
Slippery Rock University – Maddie Murphy
Northwestern University – Whitney Williamson
Class of 2016:
Brown University – Corinne Condie
Bucknell University – Allie Christopher
Columbia University – Kara Zurlinden
DePauw University – Kelsey Doerr
DePauw University – Kate Milner
Hendrix College – Grace Shapiro
Northwestern University – Lily Katzman
Rhodes College – Nina Migneco
Saint Louis University – Alison Pinnock
University of Louisville – Isabella Leeker
Virginia Wesleyan – Alex Bodicky
Yale University – Bridget Condie
Class of 2015:
Central Michigan University – Grace Forthaus
Columbia University – Katherine Cavanaugh
Hendrix College – Molly Records
Queens University of Charlotte – Renee Smith
Saint Louis University – Jessie Bryan
Salisbury University – Eliza Pauk
Transylvania – Alyson Bergman
University of Iowa – Riley Kniptash
Class of 2014:
Bellarmine University – Mary Ringwald
Centre College – Mary Andrews
Colgate University – Cady Kopsky
DePauw University – Grace Waldman
Liberty University – Alynn Richardson
Rhodes University – Laura Eckelkamp
Saint Louis University – Madeline Siener
University of Louisville – Abby Grimes, Marigrace Ragsdale
Class of 2013:
Amherst College – Emily Gibson
Ball State University – Colleen McGlynn, Mikayla Mooney, Merinda Morley
Bellarmine University – Aimee Ilgenfritz, Anna O’Toole
Bucknell University- Emily Goodloe
Cornell University – Elizabeth Horak
DePauw University – Sofia Carretero
Lindenwood University – Megan Pranger, Tara Robben
Miami University – Grace Leeker
Rhodes University – Christina DeFelice, Meaghan Fogarty
Virginia Wesleyan College – Asiah Allen
Complete list of colleges where Aim athletes have played since 2005:
Appalachian State University
Ball State University
Bryn Mawr College
Johns Hopkins University
Missouri State University
Queens University of Charlotte
Sacred Heart University
Saint Louis University
University of Iowa
University of Louisville
University of Richmond
University of Technology, Sydney Australia
University of Vermont
Virginia Wesleyan College