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5 Caleigh Foust
Caleigh  Foust

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Bryn Mawr, Pa.

High School:
Harriton

Height:
5-5

Position:
Striker

03/23/2016

Seven Virginia Field Hockey Players Named to the NFHCA Academic Squad

Cavaliers also earn the National Academic Team Award

02/08/2016

Three Cavaliers Named to the All-ACC Academic Field Hockey Team

Caleigh Foust, Becca Zamojcin and Rebecca Holden were voted to the All-ACC Academic Team

11/14/2015

Virginia Advances to NCAA Second Round with Overtime Goal Against Delaware

Lucy Hyams and Riley Tata teamed up for a breakaway game winner 8:13 into overtime

09/18/2015

Big First Half Gives Virginia a 4-2 Win Over Duke

No. 4 Cavaliers improve to 7-0 with the win over the No. 7 Blue Devils

09/06/2015

Freshman Ell Scores Overtime Game Winner as Virginia Downs Princeton, 4-3

Caleigh Foust scored with 50 seconds remaining in regulation to force OT

09/09/2014

Field Hockey vs. Miami (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Miami (by Matt Riley)

10/11/2013

Field Hockey vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

09/23/2013

Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Foust 2014 Web Feature

At Virginia

2015
• All-ACC Academic Team
Scored seven goals with four assists
• Appeared in every game this season (21) with 17 starts
• Scored goals in back-to-back games at Rutgers (Sept. 4) and Princeton (Sept. 6)
• Also scored against Duke (Sept. 18) and Liberty (Oct. 15)
• 2015 ZAG Field Hockey / NFHCA National Academic Squad

2014

• All-South Region Second Team
• All-ACC Second Team
• All-ACC Tournament Team
• All-ACC Academic Team
• Played in 20 games with 18 starts
• Seventh in the ACC in points (31) and fifth in goals (14)
• Scored three game-winners, all coming in overtime victories (Louisville, Rutgers and Albany)
• Had three multi-goal games, scoring twice at Iowa (Sept. 4), against Louisville (Sept. 12) and at Boston College (Oct. 24)
• Scored Virginia's lone goal in the 2-1 ACC Tournament semifinal loss to Wake Forest
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

2013
• All-ACC Academic Team
• Finished the season ranked second on the team with 12 goals and 24 points
• Appeared in all 21 games with 14 starts
• Made her collegiate debut on Aug. 30 against Louisville
• Scored the first goal of her career in the second half against Louisville
• Was named the ACC Player of the Week (Sept. 9) after scoring hat tricks in back-to-back games at Yale (Sept. 6) and at No. 8 Old Dominion (Sept. 8)
• Had three game-winning goals, netting them against Yale and Old Dominion as well as against No. 13 Northwestern (Sept. 22)
• Played in all 19 regular-season games with 12 starts
• Scored the Cavaliers lone goal in the ACC Tournament game against Duke
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

High School
• Four-year varsity field hockey player at Harriton High School
• Two-time First Team All-Central League
• Two-time MVP
• Also played lacrosse at HHS (midfield)
• All-American in lacrosse
• First team All-Central league in lacrosse and team MVP junior year

Personal
• Daughter of Lorie and Mark Foust
• Has an older brother, Shane, a younger brother, Brandon, and a younger sister Alexa
• Media Studies major


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