AS A JUNIOR: Played in 14 games in 2005, making five starts ... was third on team in goals (18) and points (23) ... had 45 shots on goals for a .400 shooting percentage ... had 10 ground balls, two draw controls and one caused turnover on the year ... had five games with two or more points and five games with two or more goals ... had a 12-game point streak (18-5-23) from March 3 to Apr. 30 ... got first goals of the season against Northwestern .... had the first four-point game of career (3g, 1a) in 10-9 loss to Vanderbilt ... scored once versus James Madison with career-high seven shots on goal in first career start ... had second four-point game (3g, 1a) in 18-8 win over California ... held to one goal versus Boston College and Connecticut ... turned in back-to-back three-point games (2g, 1a) in win over Rutgers and loss to No. 2 Duke ... had one goal in 6-5 home loss to Stanford ... held to an assist in loss to Georgetown ... scored two goals in 10-9 loss to Johns Hopkins and had a single goal at Syracuse.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in five games during 2004, scoring two goals for two points ... picked up first collegiate goal on Mar. 7 in 20-7 win over Cornell ... came off the bench to score big goal in 11-9 win over Vanderbilt, taking advantage of her left-handed shot ... also recorded lone ground ball of the season in Vanderbilt victory.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in one game for the Irish in her rookie year, playing in 18-6 win over Davidson (4/22) with one shot on goal and a ground ball to her credit.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Played soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse at St. Mary's ... played just two seasons of varsity lacrosse, starting as a junior ... All-Academic selection and an Academic All-American by the United States Lacrosse Association ... selected to all-star teams at Notre Dame, James Madison and Elite 300 camps in 2001 ... named The Capital "Teen of the Week" for community service work in August of 2002 ... full name is Brittany Ann Fox ... daughter of Michael and Lisa Fox ... has one brother ... born Sept. 22, 1984, in Fort Worth, Texas ... double major in psychology and arts and letters preprofessional in the College of Arts and Letters.