JAMIE BARTUCCA, FARMINGTON: Like A Broken Record, She Smashed A Few
Jamie Bartucca (MARK MIRKO | firstname.lastname@example.org / January 11, 2013)
COACH: Nelle Andrews
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Scored school-record 23 goals and had nine assists this season. Had 51 career goals to break the school record, as well as 24 career assists. Helped Farmington to a 16-1-0-2 record and a berth in the Class M semifinals. Co-captain of the team, three-year All-CCC West player, team MVP, four-year starter. … MVP for the East team for the high school Senior All-Star Game.
BARTUCCA SAID: “I think our team developed really well throughout the season. We worked well together, which helped us come as far as we did this year. I'm proud of how far we made it, even though it wasn't to the championship like we wanted.”
ANDREWS SAID: “She's been a strong player for us since her freshman year. She dominated the field more this year than ever. She's one of the most talented natural athletes we've had in the program. She's the kind of kid who could play anywhere on the field. She passes well, hits well, gets past defenders. She's a key part of our team, and she's going to be missed, for sure.”
UP NEXT: Will play field hockey at Northeastern in the fall.
IN 10 YEARS: “I'd love to coach somewhere. Hopefully working and being able to coach field hockey.”
MISCELLANEOUS: Honored as a National Field Hockey Coaches Association Regional All-American. Selected to play at the Futures National championship last summer. … Plays point guard for the basketball team. … Played golf for first three years of high school. … Also plays indoor field hockey. … First sport was soccer, played until ninth grade, then switched to field hockey in high school. … Has one older brother Michael and one older sister Erin, who played field hockey in high school. … Has a Beagle-Cocker Spaniel named Baxter.