Some of the finest female student-athletes in Kenyon history left their indelible marks in the Ladies' record book.
The first player to etch a place in the team's annals did so during the program's fledgling years. Stasha Wyskiel arrived for the second season of women's soccer at Kenyon in 1985 and made a long-lasting impression as one of the top scorers ever to don the Purple and White. Wyskiel's early contributions served as the barometer by which all other Ladies would be measured and still hold a place near the top of Kenyon's season and career scoring lists.
During the same span, Mea Fischelis established the standards for Kenyon goalkeepers that have stood the test of time. Fischelis' eye-catching career stats include 656 saves, an average of 15.62 saves per game, and a sparkling .902 save percentage.
Building upon the solid foundations laid by Wyskiel, Fischelis, and the other Ladies soccer pioneers, Kenyon's powerhouse teams of the mid-1990's left virtually no College record intact. On her way to becoming the Ladies all-time career leader in points, goals, and assists, Hilary Marx also set a single-season record with 20 goals and 47 points as a freshman in 1992. Two seasons later, Marx rewrote those records with 22 goals and 54 points while adding a school-best ten assists. Her teammate, Laurie Danner, also took aim at the top of the charts with 21 goals and 47 points.
Meanwhile, Stacy Strauss worked her way up the Ladies goalkeeping charts. As the team's net-minder from 1992-95, Strauss sported a 0.84 goals against average and 32 career shutouts - both College records.
More recently, players like Rosie Davis and Amanda Drummond, who both graduated after the 2007 season, earned prominent positions in the Ladies' record book. Davis ranks in the top five of every career category for goalkeeping: goals against average (1.16, 2nd), shutouts (28, 2nd), saves (337, 4th), saves per game (4.55, 5th), and save percentage (.797, 4th). Drummond owns top-ten tallies with 43 career points (8th) and 18 goals (9th).