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5 Caleigh Foust
Caleigh  Foust


Bryn Mawr, Pa.

High School:




Seven Virginia Field Hockey Players Named to the NFHCA Academic Squad

Cavaliers also earn the National Academic Team Award


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


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


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


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

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


Field Hockey vs. Miami (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Miami (by Matt Riley)


Field Hockey vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)


Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Foust 2014 Web Feature

At Virginia

• Appeared in every game except the road contest at Fairfield
• Scored five goals, including the game-winners against Miami and Wake Forest

• 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


• 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

• 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

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

Foust's Career Statistics



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