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Schloss earns top honors in collegiate field hockey

BRANT LAKE - Sarah Schloss of Brant Lake was named recently to the SUNY Athletic Conference All-State Field Hockey Team.

A field hockey forward for SUNY New Paltz, Schloss is the first player in her college's history to capture All-State honors in each of her four years on the team. She was named to the Second Team in 2007 and 2008 and earned First-Team selection in 2009. That year, she was named SUNY New Paltz's Most Valuable Player in Field Hockey.

A 2007 graduate of North Warren Central School, Schloss is the daughter of William and Susan Schloss

Collegiate sports observers say Schloss has established herself as one of the best offensive players in program history, as she holds all-time program records in points at 77 and assists at 19, and single-season marks in both points, 36, and assists, 10. She set both of those single-season records during the 2009 campaign.

This year has been equally as productive for the Senior forward, as she leads the team in points, 20, and goals. Her nine goals this season rank fifth in the conference. Against SUNYAC competition, she offered five goals and one assist for 11 points. Last year, Schloss was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III All-North Atlantic Region Second Team.

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