Loyola women's lacrosse defeated Penn, 10-9, in overtime in the 2012 NCAA First Round.
2011 (Junior) Played in 19 games with a goal, 22 ground balls, 9 draw controls, and 14 caused turnovers. Matched career high with two caused turnovers against both JMU (3/19) and Denver (3/27)
2010 (Sophomore) Started 16 of the 18 games that she appeared in, tallying 11 ground balls, four draws and eight caused turnovers Recorded two ground balls in four games: at UMBC (2/23), Stony Brook (3/24), Cincinnati (4/3) and at Syracuse (4/16) Controlled a career-high two draws against the Orange Also caused a career-high two turnovers against the Bearcats, and another two at Louisville (4/9)
2009 (Freshman) Saw action in seven games during her first collegiate season for Loyola Made her Greyhounds' debut at Stony Brook (2/18) Scored her first goal against Davidson (3/15) Picked up a ground ball at Cincinnati (4/11).
High School Earned 10 letters - four in basketball and three each in lacrosse and field hockey - at Moorestown (N.J.) High School US Lacrosse All-America honors Was the South Jersey Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 All-Burlington County, All-South Jersey and All-State First Team member in 2008 Was an All-South Jersey and All-State First Team Group III honoree in 2007 Member of a high school lacrosse team that did not lose a game to an opponent from New Jersey during her time at the school Helped the Quakers' field hockey team win the New Jersey Group III state title in 2006 and the Central New Jersey Group III crown in 2005 and 2007 All-State First Team and All-South Jersey First Team honoree in 2006 and 2007 Was a coach for recreation field hockey and lacrosse teams. Member of the honor roll
Personal Virginia Carolyn Weber Daughter of James and Virginia Weber Born in Philadelphia Has an older sister, Elizabeth, who played lacrosse for Loyola Also has a younger sister, Sarah.