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Mary Heneberry
Mary  Heneberry


Timonium, Md.

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Mary Heneberry 2010 (Junior): Had her best season offensively as a Greyhound, recording 26 goals and 10 assists for 36 points as a junior... Also tallied 15 ground balls, 11 draw controls and eight caused turnovers... Her 26 goals and 36 points were third on the team... Earned a starting spot five games into the season after recording just two goals in the first four games... Scored a pair of goals in her first start of the season against Delaware (Mar. 9)... Also controlled a pair of draws against the Blue Hens, which was her season-high... Scored once and added an assist in a road win at Cornell (Mar. 13)... Scored five times, controlled two draws and caused a career-high two turnovers in the women's opener at Ridley Athletic Complex against Rutgers (Mar. 16)... Tallied another five goals, with two coming on the free-position, as well as three ground balls and two draws in a win over Cincinnati (Apr. 3)... Picked a season-high three ground balls and added a pair of goals in a road victory at Louisville (Apr. 9)... Including the win over the Cardinals, scored at least two points in five straight games to wrap up the regular season (4/9-4/28)... Scored four goals and added an assist for her third five-point game of the season against Villanova (Apr. 24)... Tallied a career-high four assists in the regular season finale at Georgetown (Apr. 28)... Scored a goal in the BIG EAST Semifinals (May 6).

2009 (Sophomore): One of the team's top scorers as a sophomore, playing in all 17 games and starting eight... Tallied 20 goals and six assists, along with 18 ground balls and 19 draw controls... Controlled four draw controls and picke dup three ground balls in the season-opener at Stony Brook (2/18)... Scored two goals in three-straight games - UMBC (2/25), at Towson (3/7) and against Davidson (3/15)... Also had four draw controls against Davidson... Scored three goals and had a team-high four ground balls at Notre Dame (3/29)... Scored once and assisted on another goal against Syracuse (4/5)... Recorded a season-high four goals at Cincinnati (4/11)... Scored twice in a win over Georgetown (4/15) and closed the year with two goals, three draw controls and an assist against Denver (5/2).

Mary Heneberry22008 (Freshman): Played in all 16 games, starting three, as a first-year player... Scored a goal in her collegiate debut at North Carolina (2/15) and followed with another in her second, at Davidson (2/17)... Made her first start for Loyola against Delaware (3/5) and responded in a big way, scoring six goals against the Blue Hens, the second most by a Greyhound player during the season... Assisted on a goal and controlled two draws against Rugers (3/8)... Controlled three draws, a season-high, versus Connecticut (3/15)... Scored twice and assisted on two other goals against Louisville (4/6)... Also had a goal and an assist at Mount St. Mary's (4/9).

High School: Earned eight letters, four each in lacrosse and soccer, at Dulaney High School in Timonium, Md... Was a finalist for the 2007 Tewaarton High School Trophy... Earned USLacrosse First Team All-America honors in 2006 and 2007... First Team All-Baltimore County and First Team All-Division in both seasons, too... Helped the Lions win the 2005 and 2006 Maryland State Championships... They also finished second in the state during her senior year... Earned Baltimore County Public Schools First Team All-Division honors in soccer after the 2005 and 2006 seasons... Named All-Baltimore County First Team in 2006 and Second Team in 2005.

Personal: Mary Bresnan Heneberry... Daughter of David Heneberry and Anne Madison and Valerie Heneberry and Patrick O'Brien... Born in Baltimore, Md... Has four younger siblings, Ana, Ryan, Jonathan and Erin... Ana is a sophomore defender for Loyola.

Heneberry's Career Statistics

2008 16 3 12 6 18 24 21 0 1 8 9 14 2
2009 17 8 20 6 26 33 28 4 3 18 19 16 7
2010 17 13 26 10 36 42 36 0 6 15 11 22 8
TOTAL 50 24 58 22 80 99 85 4 10 41 39 52 17




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