The Loyola University Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Notre Dame, 11-9, in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.
Worth Noting Preseason BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year ('12) Named to Initial Tewaaraton Award Watch List ('12) Two-time All-BIG EAST Second Team honoree ('10, '11) Preseason All-BIG EAST ('12) Has played in every game of her career
2011 (Junior) Earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors BIG-EAST All-Tournament Team Member Named team's Most Valuable Player at the end-of-the-year banquet Caused three turnovers against Massachusetts Played in 19 games tallying 25 ground ball, five draw controls and 28 caused turnovers
2010 (Sophomore) Named second-team All-BIG EAST Tallied a career-high 39 ground balls and 35 caused turnovers in her second season Her 1.94 caused turnovers per game were fourth in the BIG EAST Also controlled seven draws and recorded an assist on the season Caused at least one turnover in all but one game in her sophomore season, proving to be the team's top matchup defender Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll twice, but received the conference's Defensive Player of the Week Award on March 15 after tallying six ground balls and two caused turnovers in wins over Delaware (3/9) and at Cornell (3/13) Named the WomensLacrosse.com National Defensive Player of the Week, the following week after causing six turnovers, controlling two draws and added four ground balls in wins over Rutgers (3/16) and at James Madison (3/20) Caused four turnovers and picked four ground balls in a win over Cincinnati (4/3) Picked up a career-high six ground balls, caused four turnovers against Notre Dame (4/5) Also added her first collegiate point with an assist against the Irish Controlled a career-high two draws for the second time of the season at Louisville (4/9) Caused three turnovers and added a ground ball in the BIG EAST Semifinals (5/6)
2009 (Freshman) Solid contributor on defense from the outset of her Loyola career, starting 13 games and playing in all 17 Third on the team with 21 caused turnovers and also had 22 ground balls and five draw controls Caused six turnovers in her college debut at Stony Brook (2/18) The six are the second most in a single-game in Loyola history Caused three turnovers in back-to-back games against Cornell (3/18) and James Madison (3/21) Picked up three ground balls at Cincinnati (4/11)... Caused three turnovers against Louiville (4/18) Scooped up three ground balls after causing a pair of turnovers in the season finale against Denver (5/2)
High School Earned six letters - three each in lacrosse and field hockey - at Dulaney High School in Timonium, Md. Captain of both teams as a senior Earned USLacrosse All-America First Team honors in 2008 Named to The Baltimore Sun All-Metro Second Team, as well Tabbed to the All-Baltimore County First Team in 2008 Was an All-Division lacrosse player Earned the Lacrosse Most Valuable Player and Field Hockey Unsung Hero Awards at Dulaney Helped the Lions advance to the Maryland Class 4A-3A State Quarterfinals in lacrosse as a senior Earned All-Conference First Team honors in field hockey following her final season
Personal Anastasia Christine Heneberry Daughter of David Heneberry and Anne Madison and Valerie Heneberry and Patrick O'Brien Born in Baltimore Her older sister, Mary, was a midfielder for Loyola's women's lacrosse team Has three other siblings, Ryan, Jonathan and Erin