2015 Camps
Princeton W. Lacrosse BIO
22 Olivia Hompe

Sophomore Year (2015): Second on the team in scoring with 70 points on a team-high 54 goals and 16 assists ... led the team in ground balls with 27, was third in draws with 28 and added 10 casued turnovers ... earned two assists and had a ground ball versus Loyola ... scored four goals with two ground balls and a caused turnover against Drexel ... had a career-high five goals and one assist at Georgetown with two ground balls ... scored twice at Dartmouth with a ground ball ... had a goal and two assists, with a career-high three draws and a ground ball at No. 8 Virginia ... scored two goals and two assists, with two ground balls, two draws and a caused turnover vs. No. 11 PSU ... scored five goals and won a career-high five draws vs. Harvard ... tallied four goals, one assist, three ground balls, two draws vs. Cal ... scored twice with one assist, three draws and one ground ball vs. Delaware ... scored twice, added two assists and a draw at Yale ... scored twice and two ground balls, and a draw at No. 1 Maryland ... tallied a goal and an assist with a draw and a caused turnover at Cornell ... had a hat trick, two draws and a caused turnover at No. 11 Penn ... scored four times and had four draws, a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. Columbia ... tallied her 100 career point vs. Brown with two goals and three assists, while picking up three ground balls, a draw and a caused turnover ... scored six goals and had two ground balls against Harvard in the Ivy League semifinal ... had a hat trick against Penn in the Ivy final ... collected five points on four goals, while adding a ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Fairfield at NCAAs ... scored once with three draws, one ground ball vs. Stony Brook at NCAAs ... scored a goal at Duke and added a ground ball, a draw and a caused turnover.
• First-Team All-Region
• First-Team All-Ivy League (unanimous)
• Ivy League Tournament MVP
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
• Academic All-Ivy
• Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (April 20)
• Invited to try-out for the US National Team

Freshman Year (2014): Played in all 19 games and made 10 starts ... finished third on the team in scoring with 22 goals and 24 assists for 46 points ... added 19 ground balls, seven caused turnovers and five draws ... started against No. 6 Loyola where she had two ground balls and one draw control ... tallied an assist vs. Rutgers ... had a six-point game against No. 14 Georgetown with three ground balls ... tallied a goal and an assist with a caused turnover at Brown ... scored two goals and an assist with three ground balls and a caused turnover in a win over No. 6 Virginia ... collected an assist and a draw at USC ... scored twice at San Diego State ... scored once at Columbia ... had a six-point game with five assists vs. Cornell ... tallied a goal and assist with two ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw vs. Yale ... had a three-point game vs. No. 2 Maryland scoring a goal and two assists ... scored a goal and assist at Harvard ... tallied a goal and assist with two ground balls vs. No. 10 Penn ... had a three-point game vs. Dartmouth with three ground balls and a caused turnover ... scored at No. 8 Penn State ... collected three-point game  vs. Cornell in the Ivy League semifinal with one draw ... scored on No. 15 Penn in Ivy League final ... had a six-point game with two goals and four helpers vs. Penn State in the NCAAs with a caused turnover and draw ... scored a goal with a draw and ground ball vs. Virginia at the NCAAs.

Before Princeton:
The New Canaan High School all-time leading scorer ... finished her career with 268 goals, 108 assists, 164 draw controls, 131 caused turnovers and 167 ground balls ... led her team to a combined 75-13 record during her four years  .. team won three state championships, two conference finals, two conference semifinals and one state quarterfinal ... named the MVP of both the 2012 and 2013 state championship games ... a senior captain when her team posted a 21-2 record ... scored 79 goals and added 39 assists, 65 draws, 45 caused turnovers and 44 ground balls as a senior ... led the team in scoring as a sophomore, junior and senior ... the second-leading scorer as a freshman ...a three-time all-conference, all-state and MSG Varsity all-Connecticut selection ... a two-time All-America ... earned Connecticut Scholar/Athlete, National Merit finalist, MSG Varsity all-tri state and academic All-America as a senior ... also lettered in cross country and ice hockey ... named second-team all-conference in cross country ... a four-time all-conference and all-state player in hockey .... the all-time leading scorer in hockey at New Canaan and in the state of Connecticut ... led her hockey team three conference and state championships ... is the second all-time leading girls hockey scorer in the US with 236 goals, 148 assists and 384 points ... played her club lacrosse with the CT Chargers ... a member of the 2013 Senior Under Armour All-America North team ... member of the 2012 Lower New England 1 team that won the championship at the national tournament ... a member of the 2012 New Jersey Under Armour Underclass All-America team, the tournament runner-up ... a member 2011 New England Under Armour Underclass All-America team.

Personal: Full name is Olivia Grace Hompe … parents are John Hompe (Princeton ’83), who works in private equity and Amanda Hompe [nee Hodgson] (Princeton ’83) who was a member of the Princeton women’s hockey team … has an older sister Xandra (Cornell ’13) who played soccer and hockey at Cornell, an older sister Eliza (Princeton ’14) and a younger brother Patrick (Princeton '19).

 Season  GP-GS  G  A  Pts  FPG-FPA GB
 2014  19-10  22  24  46  2-5  19  5  7
 2015  20-20  54  16  70  4-9  27  28  10
 Career  39-30  76  40  116  6-14  46  33  17


 Career Highs  
 6 vs. Harvard
 Assists  5 vs. Cornell, 3/29/14
 6, 5x MR vs. Harvard, 5/1/15
 GB  3, 6x MR vs. Penn, 3/3/15
 5 vs. Harvard, 3/21/15
 CT  2 vs. Yale, 4/5/14
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'9"
Year: Junior
Hometown: New Canaan, Conn.
High School: New Canaan