11 Emma Erler
11 Emma Erler
Height: 5-6
Year: Jr.
Hometown: New Hampton, N.H.
High School: Newfound Regional
Position: M/F

2011 Stats

Collegiate accolades: NFHCA All-Academic Squad (‘09 and ‘10); America East All-Academic Team (‘10); America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll (‘09 and ‘10); UNH’s Marisa Didio Award (‘11).

As a sophomore in 2010: Started all 20 games in which she played; recorded six points on two goals and two assists; tallied 1-1-3 in five America East conference games; recorded her first career point with an assist in the season opener vs. Lock Haven; career-high three points (goal, assist) in the regular-season finale vs. nationally-ranked Albany (Oct. 30); also scored a goal Sept. 24 at Michigan; 1-2-4 in 10 regular-season home games.

As a freshman in 2009: Played in 11 games, all off the bench, including the America East semifinal game; played in two America East league games; appeared in six of the last eight regular-season games.

High School: Emma is a ‘09 graduate of Newfound Regional High School, where she lettered in field hockey, basketball and outdoor track & field; participated at the Junior National Camp in Boston (July ‘09); National Futures tournament participant in ‘07 and ‘08; named to the NFHCA Northeast Team in ‘07 and ‘08; Class M/S Player of the Year and All-State First Team in 2008; also named to the First Team in ‘06, and to the Second Team in ‘07; NH Twin State Senior Classic in 2008; William Loeb Memorial Fund Scholar-Athlete Award (Union Leader) in ‘08; led Newfound to the Class M/S state championship in ‘08 and ‘06, as well as a runner-up finish in ‘07; recorded three goals and an assist in the 2008 title game to finish the season with 19 goals and 18 assists; also played for the Upper Valley Blizzard club team; also a member of the Bears’ runner-up teams in basketball (‘07) and track (‘06).

Personal: Born 1/24/91 in Laconia, N.H.; daughter of Dave and Brenda Erler; her father lettered in both cross country and track at St. Cloud State University (1972-76); major is environmental horticulture.

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