UNC Field Hockey Bio

Graduated with a double major in public policy and peace, war and defense ... Scored 51 goals in her three years at UNC, just three shy of moving onto the top-10 career goals list ... Her season total of 26 goals in 2012 is tied for fourth in program history for single-season goals and set a school record for goals by a sophomore

2014: As a senior, played in 15 games and started 13 ... Tied for second on the team in goals with 12, including six gamewinners ... Named second-team All-America, All-South Region and All-ACC ... Earned ACC Academic Honor Roll recognition ... Preseason All-ACC pick

2013: As a junior, earned second-team All-America honors ... Named All-ACC, All-South Region and All-NCAA Tournament ... Appeared in 18 games (missed six due to injury) and started 14 of those ... Scored 13 goals and added five assists for 31 points, third on the team ... A team-high five of her goals were game winners ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team

2012: As a sophomore, earned first-team All-America honors ... Started all 19 games in which she appeared ... Led UNC in goals with 26, establishing a new school record for goals by a sophomore ... Also had six assists for a team-high 58 points ... Named All-ACC and All-NCAA Tournament ... Twice named ACC Player of the Week (Sept. 18, Oct. 9) and shared the honor on (Oct. 30) ... Sat out the first six games of the season to satisfy NCAA eligibility requirements

Before UNC: Graduated from Repton School in Derbyshire, England ... Attended University of Bristol and played for the University of Bristol Ladies Hockey Club

National/International: Was the youngest member of England's team at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 ... Earned her first international cap in 2007 ... Helped England to a bronze at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India

More on Craddock: Born in Wolverhampton, England ... Daughter of Alan Craddock

UNC North Carolina Field Hockey