Lucy Hyams
Lucy  Hyams


Whitstable, England

High School:
Kent College




Lucy Hyams Named ACC Field Hockey Offensive Player of the Week

First Player of the Week honor for the junior midfielder


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


Freeman Scores Overtime Game Winner Against No. 7 Penn State

Freshman striker Nikki Freeman's first career goal powers No. 9 Virginia to an overtime victory


Virginia Shuts Out Drexel, 6-0, in Season Opener

Cavaliers down the Dragons with the help of a hat trick from Emilie van Zinnicq Bergmann


Field Hockey vs. Miami (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Miami (by Matt Riley)


Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Hyams 2014 Web Feature

At Virginia

• All-South Region Second Team
• 15 games with 13 starts
• Ninth in the ACC averaging 0.60 goals per game
• Ninth in the ACC with 1.53 points per game
• Started the season scoring two goals in the opener at William & Mary (Aug. 29), also adding an assist for five points
• Scored a goal and had an assist against Syracuse (Sept. 26), Vermont (Sept. 28) and Liberty (Oct. 17)
• Took a season-high eight shots against Rutgers (Sept. 14)

• ACC Freshman of the Year, the fourth UVa player to earn the honor
• All-ACC Second Team
• Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Region Second Team
• VaSID State Rookie of the Year
• VaSID All-State First Team
• Played in all 19 regular-season games with 18 starts
• Is ranked in the top-10 in the ACC in assists and assists per game
• Was the only freshman to rank in the top-10 in the conference in assists and assists per game
• Finished the regular season tied for second on the team with 20 points (five goals, 10 assists)
• Logged her first career assist in her second game (Sept. 1 against No. 6 Penn State)
• Scored her first collegiate goal against Richmond (Sept. 11), the first of three-straight games in which she scored a goal
• Registered the game-winning goal at No. 15 Wake Forest

High School
• Played for the Hockey England U16 team (2008-10), U18 (2010-12) and the U21 squad (2012-13)
• Played with the Great Britain U-21 training squad in December 2012
• Earned a spot on the final U21 roster, competing at the 2013 Junior World Cup in Germany July 27-Aug. 4
• Won a bronze medal at the 2011 European Championship in Holland with the Hockey England U18 team
• Played with the Great Britain U-21 training squad in December 2012
• Awarded the Junior Hockey Player of the Year
• Also played tennis at Kent College and netball at Q.E. Grammar

• Daughter of Mark and Catherine Hyams
• Has two sisters, Hannah and Sarah
• Politics major

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