Sarah Lamont Kocmond
Team: Field Hockey

Sarah Lamont Kocmond ’91
Field Hockey
Year Inducted: 2002

Sarah Lamont ’91 holds nearly every career goalkeeper record in Brown field hockey history. The four-year letterwinner was virtually a wall in goal for the Bears from 1987-90.

Lamont holds Brown career records for most saves with 589, best save percentage with a .890 percentage, and best goals against average with an average of 1.02 goals allowed per game. She also holds the Brown record for most saves in a season with 170 as a senior in 1990.

Lamont earned First-Team All-Ivy honors her junior year and Second-Team All-Ivy honors as a senior. She was also the team MVP her senior year as well. Lamont recorded 170 saves, a .881 save percentage, two shutouts and a 1.47 GAA during the 1990 season.

During her junior year in 1989, she posted 135 saves, a .903 GAA and seven shutouts. As a sophomore, she was an honorable mention All-Ivy selection, allowing just 17 goals in 15 games, while making 158 saves. For her career, Lamont totaled 15 shutouts.

Lamont served as the administrative assistant of the Brown Sports Foundation in 1997, before becoming the advisor to student staff and the reunion team of Brown’s Alumni Relations. Lamont continued playing field hockey in 1998 and 1999 with the MSSFHA summer league.