Blue Jays Return Five Starters in 2013
Phillips Named First Team All-CC For Second Straight Year
Blue Jays Must Await Saturday's Results for Postseason Fate
Blue Jays Stay Alive in Centennial Playoff Hunt
Seniors Combine for Six Goals, Two Assists
2012: Started all 17 games in goal finished with a .763 save percentage and a 2.16 goals against average with two shutouts named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll made six saves in season-opening win at Centre made three saves in overtime loss to Rhodes made five saves in just over 63 minutes of action in win over Eastern Mennonite made a pair of saves in first career shutout at Washington & Lee made eight saves in overtime loss to Washington College made five saves in 52:17 of loss to top-ranked TCNJ stopped all seven shots she faced in shutout of Muhlenberg finished with six saves in 61:07 in loss to top-ranked Salisbury made a career-high 11 saves and allowed just one goal in win over Swarthmore made nine saves, including one on a penalty stroke, in loss at eight-ranked Franklin & Marshall made eight saves in win over Ursinus made nine saves in loss to #7 Mary Washington totaled nine saves in overtime loss at #14 Haverford made five saves in overtime loss at Dickinson stopped all three shots faced in 47:57 against Bryn Mawr stopped 13 of 14 shots faced in win over McDaniel made seven saves in loss at Gettysburg.
2011: Played seven games and started one posted a 1.59 goals against average and a .688 save percentage with one shutout played 21:57 in relief in season-opening win over Kean and made three saves made one save in second half of loss at #2 Salisbury played 13:24 in shutout of Muhlenberg and was not forced to make a save made one save and did not allow a goal in second half at Swarthmore stopped three shots in second half of win over Dickinson stopped only shot faced in win at Bryn Mawr for first career shutout made a apir of saves in 9:36 of action in win over Gettysburg.
2010: Named to NFHCA Academic Honor Roll played four games, totaling 86:00 minutes with a 0.81 goals against average and a .889 save percentage played 12:27 in relief at #6 Lebanon Valley, making two saves came in and played 14:57 in relief against top-ranked Salisbury, making three saves played 8:24 in relief in win at Swarthmore and made one save played 50:12 in relief at Bryn Mawr and stopped both shots she faced.
2009: Played two games in rookie season made collegiate debut in shutout of Kenyon, making one save in 8:02 of relief played 15:15 in relief in shutout of Bryn Mawr.
Personal:Elizabeth A. G. Peijnenburg daughter of Stephen Peijnenburg and Kim Gates active member of Orange Zwart, one of the top club teams in the Netherlands also participated in competitive horseback riding and placed in regional championships five times Provost Undergraduate Research Award winner Dean's List student majoring in molecular and cellular biology with a minor in economics.