Field Hockey Co-Captains Sign D-1 Letters of Intent

Field Hockey Co-Captains Sign D-1 Letters of Intent
Posted on 10/27/2022
Raider Logo Two Watertown Field Hockey standouts signed their letters of intent to play at the Division 1 level in college.

Lizzie Loftus and Maggie Driscoll held signing day ceremonies on Thursday at Victory Field, surrounded by friends, family, and school officials. Loftus will play at Brown University and Driscoll is heading to Boston University.

The pair are rare three-year captains for Watertown and helped lead the Raiders to a state championship last season. They have both started for the Raiders since their freshman year.

“I am very proud of Lizzie Loftus and Maggie Driscoll signing their Letters of Intent to play field hockey in college,” said Eileen Donahue, Field Hockey Head Coach at Watertown High School. “For three years, they did a great job as captains leading the program. Lizzie and Maggie were relentless all over the field directing the team, showing outstanding stickwork, strong hits, and unselfish play. Both players are extremely passionate and competitive when playing the game. They have high expectations for themselves, as well as their teammates. When they play in college, I'm sure Lizzie and Maggie will make huge contributions to their teams.”

The Raiders continue their state title defense with a Final Four matchup against Dover-Sherborn. The game will be played at Canton High School on Wednesday, November 16 at 7 p.m.

Watertown is undefeated this season and is unbeaten in their last 51 games. The Raiders have not conceded a goal since September when they defeated Division 1 power Andover 2-1.