Central Pennsylvania has long been a hot bed for college field hockey talent, on all levels.
Michaela Singer is merely a continuation of that trend. But she may also be the personification of a somewhat new trend of the Annville-Cleona field hockey program producing college talent.
Singer, a 2017 graduate of Annville-Cleona High School, recently completed a spectacular final season and career at Division Three Wilson College in Chambersburg. Singer was tabbed as the player of the year in the Colonial States Athletic Conference and was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association’s Division Three all-senior team.
During the regular season, Singer led The Phoenix to an undefeated campaign, as well as the regular season and postseason championships of the CSAC. Wilson’s year reached a conclusion with a 3-0 loss to SUNY-New Paltz in the opening round of the NCAA Division Three tournament.
In 2021, Singer piled up 25 goals and eight assists for 58 points. Eight of Singer’s markers were game-winning goals.
During the winter season, Singer is also a guard on the Wilson College women’s basketball squad.