The 2004 season for the Moravian College field hockey team was one of the most successful the Greyhounds ever have had. Moravian finished 10-8 overall and 2-5 in the Commonwealth Conference, just missing out on the post-season tournament. The team, led by second-year head coach Amy Endler ’93, had only two seniors on the squad, which bodes well for the future in Greyhound field hockey.

Junior forward Stacee Cupples was named to the Commonwealth Conference’s All-Conference second team. She led the team in scoring, with 16 goals and 11 assists for 43 points. Freshman forward Savannah Bayer was second on the team, with nine goals and four assists for 22 points. Sophomore forward Elyse Jurgen contributed six goals and one assist for 13 points.

Sophomore goalkeeper Amanda Gaun played all 1,294:57 minutes this year for the Greyhounds. She had 2.59 goals against average in 2004 and made 146 saves. She also was the goalie of record for the season’s two shutouts.