11 Margaret Pulvermann
|High School:||Holton Arms|
After working to earn a permanent spot in the lineup as a freshman, Pulvermann played in all 17 games, starting in 16 as a sophomore, and started in seven of nine games last season before missing several games due to an injury ... Notched one defensive save ... Solid decision maker possessing skillful marking tactics and tackling abilities ... Outstanding field vision and anticipation of the play developing ... Before Brown: Captained the 1999 Holton Arms team and led the squad to its first ever Independent School League Championship ... An All-Metropolian selection as a senior and an honorable mention pick in 1998 ... Recognized as an All-League and All-County First Team All-Star in both her junior and senior years ... 1999 Regional All-American and First Team All-State selection ... USFHA Futures Program participant (Elite) in 1998 and 1999 ... USFHA National Futures Tournament selection in 1998-2000 ... Competed at the USFHA Field Hockey Festival in 1998 and 1999 with the Washington Wolves Club ... Recipient of the 1999 National Student-Athlete Day Award, and the 2000 Cassie Johnson Athletic Award ... Graduated with academic honors ... Also a standout lacrosse player, and participated at the National Lacrosse Tournament on the South team in 1999 ... A volunteer at Sibley Memorial Hospital ... Personal: Daughter of John and Mary Lee Pulvermann ... Concentrating in Public Policy.