|Women’s Soccer, Hockey, and Lacrosse|
Jennifer Hefner Carbone, a member of the Class of 1997, was a three-sport standout at Middlebury. On the ice, she was instrumental in the women’s hockey program’s rise to national prominence. Her teams earned back-to-back 19-6 records in 1996 and 1997, capturing the ECAC Championship in both of those years. Following each season, Hefner was deemed the ECAC Player of the Year. When she left Middlebury, she was the team’s all-time leader in goals (91), assists (125) and points (216) and still ranks in the top three in each category. Hefner maintains records for goals (6) and points (8) in a game as well as 43 assists in a season.
On the soccer field, Hefner was a four-year player who helped lead the team to the ECAC Tournament on two occasions. She graduated with all of the school’s scoring records and now ranks in the top five all-time at Middlebury in goals (29), assists (18), and points (76).
Hefner also played two years of lacrosse, earning 51 goals and 23 assists for 74 points. Her teams went 26-6 with two trips to the final four, with Hefner earning All-Region honors as a sophomore.