The Loyola University Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Notre Dame, 11-9, in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.
Worth Noting Two-time Australia National Team member ('09, '13) First-team IWLCA All-American ('12) BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year ('12) Two-time All-BIG EAST ('11, '12) Two-time BIG EAST All-Tournament Team ('11, '12) Two-time BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week ('12) Preseason All-BIG EAST ('12) Tewaaraton Award Nominee ('12)
2013 International Was named to the Australian National Team for the 2013 World Cup in Oshawa, Canada One of 10 returning players from the Aussie team that won silver in Prague, Czech Republic at 2009 World Cup
2012 (Sophomore) Second player in program history to earn BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year honors (Kate McHarg in 2006) Joined Kellye Gallagher as the program's first pair of first-team IWLCA All-Americans since Suzanne Eyler and Marianne Gioffre in 2003 All-BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team honoree Two-time BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (4/2, 4/23) Top-25 Tewaaraton Award Nominee Preseason All-BIG East Started all 20 games Had a point in every game, extending her streak to 26-straight games with a point Also scored in every game except the NCAA quarterfinal game at No. 3 Maryland Led Loyola with 10 hat tricks and 12 four-point plus games Finished the year ranked 10th in the NCAA in points (110), 15th in goals (54) and 19th in assists (36) Ranked second in the BIG EAST in goals and third in assists and points In conference only games, led the league in points (48) and was second in goals (28) and assists (20) Her 90 points ranked second to only Grace Gavin's single-season school record of 98 from 2011 Assisted Cassandra Cursaro's game-winner in overtime at PSU Scored a career-high five goals vs. Delaware Fifth goal vs. Blue Hens was the 50th of her career Was named to BIG EAST Honor Roll after Delaware and JMU games Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week after Cincinnati and No. 6 Notre Dame games Was named to BIG EAST Honor Roll after recording a career-high nine points at Louisville Scored four goals and assisted five times, while also causing two turnovers vs. the Cardinals Tied a career-high nine points vs. Rutgers on five goals and four assist to notch her 100th career point Had four goals, two assists and two draw controls despite being face guarded against Villanova Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for play against Rutgers and Villanova Was face guarded at No. 2 Syracuse, but scored twice Named to BIG EAST All-Tournament Team after scoring three goals and adding one assist vs. Syracuse in title game Also had four goals and two assists vs. No. 6 Notre Dame to finish BIG EAST Tournament with seven goals, three assists and 10 points
2011 (Freshman) One of three freshmen named All-BIG EAST, earning second-team honors Named to BIG EAST All-Tournament Team Her 38 goals were the most for a Loyola freshman since Grace Gavin in 2008 She also led the BIG EAST with five game-winning goals Played in 19 games tallying 36 goals, 10 assists, 46 total points, 34 ground balls, 14 draw controls, and 17 caused turnovers. Opened collegiate career with four goals against then-No. 7 Virginia Matched career-high with four at UMBC and also had two assists Scored four again against both Louisville and at Villanova Scored two goals and assisted on two more against Connecticut Had two goals and an assist in the BIG EAST Semifinal Scored twice against Notre Dame in Championship Game Assisted on a career-best three goals against UMass
Before Loyola Played alongside head coach Jen Adams and teammate Cass Cursaro on the Australian Senior National Team that took the silver medal at the 2009 Women's Lacrosse World Cup Finished fourth on the team with 10 goals, caused six turnovers and picked eight ground balls at the World Cup Played club lacrosse for Newport Ladies Lacrosse Club and received the 2005 Simpson Family Junior Award In 2009, received the Best & Fairest Award for the being the top overall player