DURHAM, N.H. - Marcie Boyer (Dillsburg, Pa.) and Jen Stamp (Tyngsboro, Mass.) of the University of New Hampshire field hockey team were selected to the 2002 STX/NFHCA Division I Northeast Region First Team and teammate Lizzy Duffy (Oak Park, Ill.) was named to the Second Team, the NFHCA announced Monday.
Earlier this month, both Boyer and Stamp were voted to the America East All-Conference First Team as well as to the America East All-Championship Team. Duffy earned All-Conference Second Team honors.
Boyer, a senior midfielder who was also an All-Region First Team honoree in 2000 and 2001, led UNH in goals (14), assists (eight) and points (36). Those numbers rank 12th in the nation in points, 17th in points per game, 13th in goals and 20th in goals per game, as well as second in America East in both scoring and goals and fourth in assists. She had four two-goal games, including a career-high six points (2-2-6) against Rhode Island.
Boyer ended 2002 with the program's eighth-best single-season goal total and the seventh-best point total. That increased her career numbers to 33-20-86. Boyer ranks fourth on the program's career lists in both points and goals, as well as seventh in assists.
Stamp, a junior forward, finished second on the team in goals (12), assists (seven) and points (31). She is third in the conference in points and fourth in goals. Stamp led the Wildcats with four game-winning goals (Syracuse, UConn, Yale and Boston U.) and recorded three two-goal games, which included a career-high five points against Yale.
Duffy, a senior midfielder who was an All-Region Second Team selection last year, ranked fourth in both goals (four) and points (11). She scored a career-high three goals in UNH's victory against Albany and scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 overtime win against Providence.
UNH, the regular season co-champions of America East, finished the year with a 12-8 record.