The Loyola University Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Notre Dame, 11-9, in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.
Worth Noting All-BIG EAST First Team ('12) Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ('14) Team Captain ('15)
2014 (Junior) Played in 19 games, starting all 19 in the midfield Notched a hat trick against American Dished out three assists at Boston University Recorded a season-high four points on two occasions - vs. Holy Cross and against UMass in the NCAA First Round Scored the eventual game winner vs. No. 17 Towson Ranked fifth in the Patriot League in assists per game with an average of 1.12 Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2013 (Sophomore) Appeared in 20 games, starting 19 Unanimous Preseason All-BIG EAST Team pick Saw a 25-game scoring streak snapped when she started and played defense vs. James Madison Had three, two-goal games; vs. No. 17 Johns Hopkins, vs. No. 20 Louisville, and at No. 6 Notre Dame Tied career-high with four groundballs against No. 20 Louisville and at No. 6 Notre Dame
2012 (Freshman) All-BIG EAST First Team Finished season ranked second to classmate Annie Thomas on Loyola's freshman records for assists, with both breaking Janet Eisenhut's 32-year-old program record Had a point in every game except for the season opener, a streak of 19-straight games Had three hat tricks, including two four-goal games; at No. 12 Penn State and at No. 13 Georgetown Started first career game at No. 10 UVa Dished out first career assist at No. 20 JHU Scored first collegiate goal against Towson First player to record four goals this season, scoring four at No. 12 Penn State Named WomensLax Rookie of Week on March 12 Both four-goal performances came in OT games Recorded hat trick vs. No. 6 Notre Dame Had two goals and four assists at Louisville Started taking the draws vs. Villanova, winning a then-personal-best five Dished out three assists at No. 2 Syracuse Won a career-high six draws vs. Connecticut Scored 50 seconds after Penn (at 3:42) in NCAA Tournament to send the game into overtime Also assisted Schmitt on the game-winning goal with three seconds left in overtime vs. Quakers
Before Loyola Named US Lacrosse All-America First Team in 2011 Named ESON Rise Girls Lacrosse Top-20 Midfielder Also ranked as a top-50 overall player Voted Most Valuable Player for the Medina (Ohio) High School team four-straight years Helped her team win back-to-back Ohio D-I State Championships A two-time member of the Under Armour Midwest Underclass Elite Team Three-time All-Ohio First Team honoree Also played for Medina's soccer team that won the 2009 D-I State title Was the second-leading scorer on the U-18 National Indoor Soccer Championship Team