The Loyola University Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Notre Dame, 11-9, in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.
2012 (Junior) Played in 18 of 20 games, starting the last five Started first collegiate game in regular-season finale at Connecticut Dished out first assist of the season vs. Delaware Also had a ground ball and draw control in game Won a career-high four draw controls in an overtime win at #13 Georgetown Also had one ground ball vs. the Hoyas Had a ground ball and caused turnover vs. Cincinnati Scored first goal of the season at Louisville Added a draw control in the game Notched first goal of the game at No. 2 Syracuse Tallied another goal at Connecticut and then vs. No. 6 Notre Dame and No. 2 Syracuse in BIG EAST Tournament to mark four-straight games with a goal
2011 (Sophomore) Missed first part of season with injury Played in five games, making season debut at UMBC (3/23) Scored on her only shot - a free position shot - against Villanova (4/10) Also had an assist at Villanova (4/10)
2010 (Freshman) Appeared in 15 games, tallying three goals and three assists for six total points in her first season with the Greyhounds Also tallied four ground balls, six draw controls and a caused turnover in her freshman campaign Made her collegiate debut in a road win at UMBC, but did not record any stats (Feb. 23) Controlled a pair of draw controls and picked a ground ball against Towson (Mar. 6) Recorded her first collegiate point with an assist in a win at James Madison (Mar. 20) Scored in two straight games, Stony Brook (Mar. 24) and Cincinnati (Apr. 3), her first two collegiate goals Assisted on a goal in a win over Connecticut (Apr. 18) Recorded two points with a goal and an assist in a victory over Villanova (Apr. 24)
High School Helped lead Severna Park to its third-straight Maryland Class 4A/3A Championship, recording a hat trick in the title game as a senior Earned All-Anne Arundel County first-team honors in her final two seasons Earned All-America honorable mention recognition in her final season with the Falcons US Lacrosse Academic All-American and a member of the National Honor Society Four-year member of the cross country and basketball teams A two-time all-county selection in cross country and helped her team to state titles as a freshman and sophomore
Personal: Kathleen Mary Barranco Born in Annapolis, Md. Daughter of John and Patrice Barranco Younger sister, Elizabeth, also plays lacrosse for Loyola Also has a younger brother, Christopher