|| Ali Fox
Stanford: Has worked hard in the off-season to become a very good defensive player ... Has good distribution and communication skills.
2005 Season (Freshman): Played in 11 games in her inaugural season with one start ... Attempted four shots throughout the season ... Named to the NFHCA All-Academic squad.
Individual Game Notes
9/5 vs. Michigan State - Attempted a season-high two shots ... 9/4 vs. Syracuse - Took her first career shot in the 3-2 overtime loss ... 8/30 vs. Delaware - Made her collegiate debut in the second game of the season
High School: A 2005 graduate of Hunterdon Central Regional High School ... Picked up six points on three goals during her senior campaign ... Awarded the HCRHS Field Hockey Scholar-Athlete Award ... Helped her squad to the Group IV State Finals four consecutive years, as well as four consecutive Group IV North II Sectional titles ... A member of her school's first Skyland Conference, Hunterdon/Warren County and Group IV North II Sectional champs when the team won all three in the same season (2003) ... Earned several academic honors, including the National Merit Scholarship Program Letter of Commendation in 2003 ... Member of the French Honor Society.
Other Amateur Field Hockey: Played with New Heights at the 2002, `03 and `04 National Field Hockey Festivals.
Getting To Know Ali Fox
Parents: James and Alissa Fox
Professional Aspirations: Working for an investment banking firm or for ESPN
Athletic Family: Brother, Jonathan, 21, runs cross country and track for Duke.
Stanford's field hockey team will be fun to watch this year because: of the combination of our improvements in the off-season and our talented group of freshmen
Best book I have ever read: The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe
Favorite Food: guacamole
My favorite movie: Office Space
My favorite TV show: Sportscenter
After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as: a disciplined student-athlete with great composure
My parents were right when they told me: I have to work hard to achieve my goals.
Ten years from now I hope to be: successful and happy
What are you most thankful for in life: all the opportunities my parents have afforded me.