KCHS grad Ervin continues to excel in the classroom, on the playing field

BRYN MAWR, Pa. — Reba Kate Ervin of Millington, a junior captain on Bryn Mawr College’s field hockey team, has repeated as an Academic All-Centennial performer.

An environmental studies major, she met the academic criterion of maintaining at least a 3.40 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and received all-star recognition in voting by the conference’s head field hockey coaches.

Ervin appeared in 18 games, all starts, for 12-7 Bryn Mawr. The only game she missed was because of a family member’s wedding.

Her line included one goal (on 12 shots) and one assist. She was one of five Bryn Mawr players to log more than 1,000 minutes.

Bryn Mawr finished 6-4 in conference games, including a 2-1 win at Washington College.

The season ended with a 2-0 loss to favored Johns Hopkins in the Centennial semifinals.

No. 4-ranked Johns Hopkins (21-2) went on to finish second in all of NCAA Division III, losing in the national championship game for the third year in a row to Middlebury.

Meantime, Middlebury (22-0) won its sixth straight NCAA title.

Ervin is a 2021 graduate of Kent County High School, where she was the outstanding female athlete in her class. She lettered in field hockey, basketball, swimming and lacrosse. 

As a junior she helped KCHS win a region title in field hockey in 2019.

There was no 2020 hockey season because of the COVID pandemic that cancelled fall sports.

 

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