The Con Edison Westchester Scholastic Sports Award Program recognizes the ‘Scholar Athlete of the Week’

“The Con Edison Scholar Athlete of the Week”

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Meet The Con Edison Westchester ‘Scholar Athlete of the Week!’

This week’s winner of the Con Edison’s Westchester Scholar Athlete of the Week Mia Smith, a Senior on the Lakeland High School Filed Hockey Team. In a 7-0 win vs Yorktown on 9/2, Mia led the team with 3 goals and 2 assists. In our Somers game away on Saturday, 9/4, Mia scored all 4 goals in a 4-0 win. In our 3-2 win over RC Ketcham, Mia scored the game winner adding an assist.  Mia leads the team with 8 goals and 3 assists.  Mia plays Center Midfield for the Hornets.  Team is currently 3-0.

FIELD HOCKEY9th grade:  Brought up to the Varsity team for the Post Season; Team won League, Sectionals, Regionals and NYS Championship; 10th grade:  Starting Midfielder on Varsity; All League; Team won League, Sectionals, Regionals and NYS Championship; USA Futures National Tournament Participant; Junior Olympics (Gold Medalist) National Indoor Tournaments (U16 and U19) 11th grade:  MAX Field Hockey Top players to watch; Started at Center Midfield; All League, All Section and All State; Team won League and Small School Northern Westchester Putnam Championship;  12th grade:  MAX Field Hockey Northeast Region Player to  Watch, 2021 Under Armour Select Game for USA; LoHud Preseason Elite 11; Starting at Center Mid; CAPTAIN, Committed to UMass Amherst Division I Field Hockey. Mia Smith is committed to UMass Amherst, currently ranked #20 in the D1 College Polls.

Examples of Leadership, Citizenship, Character include Captain of 2021 Lakeland Field Hockey Team; Volunteer for Lakeland Schools Girls in Sports Day (2018 and 2019); Volunteer Coach for Shrub Oak Athletic Club Field Hockey (coaches 3rd -8th graders) as well as Dutchess Field Hockey Youth Program; Student Government, Organized school supply donation for St. Mary’s Church (Lakeland Field Hockey); Girls Scouts (Grades K – 11); Tutored students in Chemistry.