2013: Started in net for all of UConn's 25 games... Recorded a stellar .772 save percentage and held a 1.12 goals against average... Named a First Team All-American for the third consecutive season... Became the first Husky in program history be named an All-American in four years... Combined for 16 saves in the NCAA Tournament... Selected to the All-BIG EAST First Team... Placed on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Mideast Region First Team... held opponents to just 29 total goals and posted 11 shutouts... Was a crucial part in the Connecticut defense that held opponents to one goal or fewer in 19 of 25 games this season... Finished the season first in the BIG EAST with 10 conference shutouts and ranked first with a 1.21 goals against average in league play... Her 82 saves in conference play tied her for fifth in the BIG EAST.
2012:Started in net in all 22 of UConn's games ... Posted a 19-3 record while recording a 1.13 goals against average and a .777 save percentage ... The 1.13 GAA led the BIG EAST and was the second-lowest in the country ... Mansfield's save percentage led the BIG EAST and was 10th in the country ... Honored as a First Team All-American and First Team All-Region selection by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and earned First Team All-BIG EAST honors as well. Mansfield is the 14th Husky all-time to be honored as a First Team All-American on multiple occasions ... Honored as the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week three times during the 2012 season ... Enters the 2013 season with a 54-12 career record, only four victories shy of tying Danielle Vile's school record. Also enters her senior season with 19 shutouts, which is five shy of Tricia Betts' record total ... Recorded at least five saves on 12 occasions ... Allowed one goal or less in all but seven games ... Recorded a season-high eight saves in victories against Albany on September 9 and at UMass on October 3 ... Posted six big saves in UConn's 4-3 win over No. 3 Syracuse to clinch the 2013 BIG EAST Tournament title on November 4 ... Earned the win in UConn's first 15 games of the season and recorded six shutouts over that span.
2011:Started in all 22 of Connecticut's games, finishing the season with a 1.24 goals against average and a .752 save percentage ... The 23rd Husky all-time to be selected to the All-America First Team by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association of America. Also earned mention as an All-Mideast Region selection ... Became the 17th Husky all-time to be named to the All-NCAA Tournament Team after her standout performance during UConn's run to the NCAA Semifinal ... Enters the 2012 season with a 35-9 overall record and is on pace to eclipse Danielle Vile's record-holding wins total of 58-career victories Her goals against average was eighth in the country and her save percentage was the 20th best mark nationally ... Posted seven shutouts and allowed one goal or less 13 times, including 13 of the team's first 17 contests ... Tallied a career-high 19 saves in the NCAA Semifinal loss to North Carolina on November 18 ... Posted three-consecutive shutouts from September 10 - September 17 ... Posted four big saves in UConn's BIG EAST Regular Season clinching victory over Syracuse on 10/23 and made a season-high six saves in the Huskies' 4-1 victory over Massachusetts on 9/28.
2010:Played in all 22 of UConn's games and earned each of Connecticut's 16 victories ... Finished the year with a 1.30 goals against average to go along with a .780 save percentage ... Her goals against average was good for third in the country ... Honored as a Third Team All-American by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and also earned mention as an NFHCA All-Mideast Region pick ... The third Husky all-time to be honored as the BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year, Mansfield was also honored as an All-BIG EAST First Team selection in a vote by the league's coaches ... Registered six shutouts on the year and allowed one goal or less 17 times ... Made an big first impression by shutting out Maine in her collegiate debut ... Allowed only three goals in her first eight games between the pipes for the Huskies ... Allowed only six goals in BIG EAST play ... Stopped a career-high 10 shots against American in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in College Park, Md., as the Huskies held off AU, 3-2, to advance to the National Quarterfinal.
Personal:Sarah Jane Mansfield ... Parents are John and Jane Mansfield ... Majoring in psychology ... Born on November 19, 1990 in Cornwall, England.