Virginia Casabo was one of the most impactful players in the history of American University field hockey. She still holds the program record for career assists with 65 and is fifth in the program annals with 119 career points. Casabo was a two-time Regional All-America selection, earning First Team honors in 1997 and Second Team recognition in 1996. She was a 1997 All-CAA First Team selection and earned Second Team honors in 1995 and 1996.
Casabo’s class accumulated one of the best four-year records in American program history, going 58-19 from 1994-1997. She was also a member of teams that ranked 14th and 15th in the nation at the end of the season.
Casabo continued her illustrious career in the international ranks, competing for Uruguay with over 50 international caps. In 2007, she served as captain of the squad that competed in the Rio de Janeiro Pan American games and was named the Uruguayan National Field Hockey Player of the Year in 1997.