Notre Dame Lost to Loyola 13 goals to 14 on Friday, April 12th at Arlotta Stadium.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 19 games for the Irish, starting 13 of those contests ... registered 12 goals and seven assists for 19 points ... notched 28 ground balls, 12 draw controls and caused 17 turnovers ... scored a career-high three goals at Villanova ... scooped up four ground balls, caused three turnovers, controlled a pair of draws and scored a goal against Virginia Tech ... controlled a career high-tying three draws in a 12-10 win over No. 7 Duke ... notched three-point games against Cincinnati and Villanova and in a second-round NCAA Tournament loss to No. 9 Duke ... also had three draw controls, a caused turnover and a ground ball in the loss to the Blue Devils ... her .857 shots on goal percentage led all members of the team with at least 10 SOG ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN:
Played in all 17 games with five starts ... scored four times while adding six assists ... scooped up nine ground balls, controlled 12 draws and caused four turnovers ... the 12 draw controls led all freshmen on the team ... scored a goal at Stanford in her collegiate debut ... picked up a goal and an assist against Duquesne ... made her first career start against Detroit, assisting on a goal, winning two draws and collecting a pair of ground balls ... controlled three draws in a 12-11 win at Vanderbilt, also causing a turnover and gathering a ground ball ... had a two-point day with a goal and an assist in the win over No. 8 Georgetown ... scored a goal at No. 5 Syracuse ... controlled a pair of draws and assisted on a goal against Marquette ... picked up a ground ball against Stanford in her NCAA Tournament debut ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Graduated from Parkside High School in the spring of 2012 ... earned eight letters total playing lacrosse and soccer ... turned in sensational high school career in lacrosse ... two-time co-captain ... named outstanding athlete at Parkside as a senior ... selected All-Bayside Player of the Year as a senior and the Daily Times Bayside Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... four-time member of the NCAA US High School Girl's National Team ... named first team all-conference four times ... selected team MVP all four years after leading team in goals, assists, ground balls, caused turnovers and draw controls each year ... named a US Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention and was selected to the Under Armour Baltimore All-Star team as a junior ... selected to the UMD Maximum Exposure All-Star team as a sophomore ... in soccer was named Daily Times Female Athlete of the Year and all-Bayside Player of the Year as a senior ... named first team all-conference three times ... named Maryland all-state honorable mention as a sophomore ... played club lacrosse with Maryland United Lacrosse Club ... named WBOC/Mountaire Scholar Athlete of the Year in Sept. 2011 ... was voted an Academic All-American by US Lacrosse in June 2011 ... Minds in Motion Student Athlete Award all four years ... was vice president of the SGA at Parkside ... participated in the Spanish National Honor Society, the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta ... refereed games for Salisbury Lacrosse Club ... born in Salisbury, Md., to Chris and Joy Custis ... has an older sister, Colbi, and an older brother, Michael ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in information technology management.