Flying into Fall - SUSC Field Hockey Alums at Endicott

Flying into Fall - SUSC Field Hockey Alums at Endicott

Three of Seacoast United Field Hockey Alums have been paving their path in the CCC Conference at Endicott College. Jaylin Grabau (Lynnfield, Mass.), Taylor Farrin (Danvers, Mass.) and Zoe Shibel (Boxford, Mass.) (left to right below) have each made a huge impact on the 2017 Endicott Field Hockey team. Participating in Seacoast United Essex Club over the years, all three girls were on the top U19 Premier team in the 2016/2017 season. Each have worked endlessly to be where they are at today and the SUFH staff could not be more proud.

Taylor Farrin was named Rookie of the Week two weeks in a row for the first part of the season. Her first accolade was earned after going 2-1 in net for the Gulls. The freshman goaltender recorded a total of 27 saves between the three games. The second week, the freshman goaltender recorded a total of 21 saves throughout the week and also earned her second shutout of the season during the 2-0 victory over Babson. Farrin also earned honorable mention for the Longstreth/NFHCA Player of the Week award. Taylor now has a total of 89 saves with a .823 goal percentage. 

Jaylin Grabau has also made her mark as a freshman. Jaylin has started every game so far for Endicott and has also received a CCC Rookie of the Week accolade for the week of 9/11/2017. Jaylin has recorded a total of 9 goals and 4 assists for the Gulls, two of which have been game winning goals. With Jaylin’s speed and amazing stick skills, we are sure she will be continuing to help lead the Gulls to another winning season. Behind her, defenseman Zoe Shibel has been a hard worker since day 1. Her work ethic and steady stick in the backfield will definitely be a huge piece for the Gulls defensive unit in the future. 

With 5 regular season games remaining for the Gulls, they look to take on Salve Regina on Saturday, October 14th at 1pm. We look forward to following these girls successes in the remainder of their freshman career. We wish you the best of luck, and keep making the SUFH Staff Proud!