AS A SENIOR:
- Was named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List.
- Selected to the IWLCA All-America First Team and the IWLCA All-Region First Team.
- Named to the All-ACC First Team and the All-ACC Academic Team.
- Selected to the Preseason All-America First Team by Inside Lacrosse.
- Played in 18 games and made 17 starts.
- Tallied 57 points on 28 goals and 29 assists.
- Recorded 38 ground balls and 22 caused turnovers.
- Led the Irish with 61 draw controls.
AS A JUNIOR: Received All-ACC Second Team honors … was Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America Third Team and Inside Lacrosse Midseason All-America Second Team … received IWLCA All-Region First Team and IWLCA All-America Third Team honors … named to the ACC All-Academic Team … has recorded 122 career draw controls, which ranks seventh in Irish history … started 21 games for Notre Dame … scored 30 goals and assisted on 22 plays … recorded a career-high five goals on March 26 vs. Syracuse … had a season-high six draw controls on March 8 at Virginia Tech.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Selected to the IWLCA All-America Third Team … named to the IWLCA All-West/Midwest Region First Team ... started 15 times for the Irish and played in 16 games … scored 16 goals and recorded 18 assists … scored three goals on April 12 vs. Michigan … averaged 2.12 points per game … recorded a .688 faceoff winning percentage … picked up 23 ground balls … had 42 draw controls.AS A FRESHMAN: Started all 19 games for the Irish ... tallied 12 goals and 12 assists for 24 points ... was second on the team with 38 draw controls while adding 26 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers ... had nine draw controls in the win over Villanova, matching the Notre Dame single-game record ... had five draw controls each against Richmond and No. 1 Syracuse ... scooped a season- and career-high four ground balls and added three assists against No. 12 Stony Brook ... joined teammate Cortney Fortunato as the only Irish players with double figures in points, ground balls and draw controls ... tallied the assist on Lauren Sullivana?TMs game-winning goal over No. 4 Northwestern ... registered two goals and an assist for three points, five draw controls, three ground balls and a caused turnover in the ACC Tournament against No. 1 Syracuse ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Graduated from Wilton High School in the spring of 2013 ... won four letters in soccer, basketball and lacrosse ... four-year starter in soccer and basketball and three-year starter in lacrosse ... missed senior lacrosse season after knee injury in basketball playoffs ... named to the 2013 Under Armour All-American Senior Game despite injury ... on North squad along with incoming teammates Alex Dalton and Cortney Fortunato ... played in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic (Underclass Tournament), helping regional elite - star New Jersey team take second ... also played at the U.S. Lacrosse All-American Tournament in 2012 ... ranked as the No. 8 girls lacrosse player in the country as a junior by ESPN ... named honorable mention All-American as a sophomore and U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a junior ... two-time first team all-FCIAC, all-state and all-area ... twice named MSG Varsity all-metro second team ... named co-MVP of the FCIAC Championship as a sophomore ... school single-season records include: most goals by a midfielder (77), caused turnovers (50), draw controls (118) and most points by a midfielder (118) ... two-year captain ... named the Connecticut Sport's Writers' 2013 Hal Levy State of Connecticut High School Female Athlete of the Year ... selected as the Hour Newspaper Female Athlete of the Year in 2011 ... named the 2010 Sports Persons of the Year Award by the Fairfield County Sports Commission ... played for the NewLax Lacrosse Club ... helped team win national championship at the National Lacrosse Tournament ... on the soccer pitch was twice named all-area, all-FCIAC, all-state and MSG Varsity all-CT ... on the basketball court was the team's point guard and earned all-area honors four times ... was also second team all-FCIAC as a junior and first team all-FCIAC as a senior ... selected as the all-area and Hearst Super 12 All-Stars MVP as a senior ... named all-state, all-CT by the MSG Varsity and a Connecticut High School Scholastic Basketball Association Regional All-Star as a senior ... helped squad to a school-record 17 consecutive victories as a senior ... participated in the Wilton High School Marching Band & Wind Ensemble ... played the clarinet and was the vice president and squad leader for two years ... also was in the National and Spanish Honor Societies ... was the Wendy's High School Heisman Award and was one of six female national finalists in 2013 ... won the Melissa Flanders Nickel Scholarship Award at Wilton ... was on the honor roll all 16 semesters ... won the McDonald's and CT Association of Schools CT Interscholastic Athletic Conference-Scholar Athlete Award, the Channel 12 Scholar Athlete Award and the FCIAC Scholar Athlete Award in 2013 ... was also active in the community, working with area youth in lacrosse, basketball and soccer and was a summer life guard ... full name is Casey Joy Pearsall ... born in Stamford, Conn., to Steven and Karen Pearsall ... has a younger sister, Makenna and a younger brother, Liam ... father, Steven, uncle, Brian, and cousin, Austin Kane, all attended Notre Dame ... father, Steven, played lacrosse at Notre Dame and was a team captain in 1984 ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is also working towards a degree in psychology from the College of Arts & Letters.
Pearsall's Career Statistics