2009 (Junior): Had a breakout third season at Loyola, finishing fourth on the team in goals (20), total points (36) and tied for third in assists (16)... Second on the Greyhounds in ground balls (35), third in draw controls (30) and fifth in caused turnovers... Played in all 17 games, starting 15, serving as Loyola's primary center on the draw... Helped the Greyhounds win 232 draw controls during the season... Enters her final season tied for 25th in school history with 30 career assists... 15th all-time at Loyola with 80 career draw controls... Scored a career-high four goals against Virginia (2/21) and matched her career-highs with four draw controls against the Cavaliers... Grabbed four ground balls against Virginia, as well... Scored twice and assisted on a goal against both UMBC (2/25) and at Towson (3/7)... Had the game-winning goal in back-to-back games against Towson and Davidson (3/15)... Scored three times against the Wildcats... Had three assists, tying her career-high, along with four ground balls and three draw controls versus Cornell (3/18)... Scored two goals and set a career-high with five ground balls at Rutgers (3/27)... Finished with two goals and two assists against Georgetown (4/15).
2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 16 games and started 11, including the final six, for the Greyhounds on attack... Scored five goals and had eight assists for 13 points... Also picked up 20 ground balls and was fourth on the team with 22 draw controls... Had two two-goal games, against Davidson (2/17) and Cincinnati (4/4)... Had assists in five-straight games from March 8-April 4... Controlled a season-high four draws at Louisville (4/6)... Picked up a career-best five ground balls against Cincinnati.
2007 (Freshman): Was one of only two first-year players to start all 16 games... Scored seven goals and had six assists for 13 points... Controlled 28 draws, second on the team... Had three assists in the win over UMBC (2/28)... Picked up two ground balls and controlled three draws against North Carolina (3/2)... Scored her first collegiate goal at Rutgers (3/11).
High School: Earned 11 varsity letters - four each in lacrosse and basketball and three in field hockey - at North Harford High School in Pylesville, Md... Captain of both the lacrosse and basketball teams... Helped the Hawks win the Harford County title in 2006... Earned All-County First Team honors as a junior and senior... Named North Harford's Female Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior.
Personal: Emily Gibson... Daughter of Craig and Jo Nan Gibson... Born in Baltimore... Has two sisters, Christina and Johanna... Father played baseball at the Naval Academy... Younger sister, Johanna, is a sophomore on Loyola's lacrosse team... Christina played at Syracuse... Majoring in communications with a concentration in advertising/public relations.
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