Notre Dame Women's Lacrosse 17-14 victory over Stanford on February 19, 2012.
AS A SENIOR: Played in all 17 games with her first three career starts ... scored 16 goals and added five assists for 21 points, matching her career-high ... had six ground balls, two draw controls and four caused turnovers ... scored three game-winning goals, coming against Stanford, Louisville and Cincinnati ... had a two-goal game in the win over No. 13 Ohio State with two ground balls and a caused turnover ... scored twice and added an assist against Boston University ... tallied twice at Cincinnati ... matched her career high by scoring four goals on Senior Day against Marquette ... also had a ground ball and a caused turnover against the Golden Eagles ... scored two goals against Stanford in the NCAA Tournament with a ground ball ... received the team's Unsung Hero Award ... named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in 12 games during the year, tallying 11 goals ... had a hat trick in a 17-7 win over Duquesne ... found the back of the net twice against Cincinnati and in the NCAA Tournament against National Champion Northwestern ... scored a goal in wins against Villanova and Connecticut, in the regular season against No. 1 Northwestern and in the BIG EAST Tournament against BIG EAST Champion and No. 12 Loyola
... scored six goals in the final four games ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 19 games for the Irish as a reserve attacker ... tallied 18 goals and 21 points on the year ... notched four-goal games against Ohio State and Villanova ... also had two-goal games against Stanford, Connecticut and Cincinnati ... had career-high five-point game in a 15-4 win at Villanova ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 15 games as a rookie, coming off the bench to score seven goals for seven points ... had five ground balls, one draw control and five caused turnovers ... scored first career goal in her first game versus Duquesne (2/27) ... had a four-game goal-scoring streak between March 30 and April 9 - scored once in 15-5 loss at Northwestern ... recorded a season-best two-goal game in 12-10 loss at Georgetown ... added single goals versus Loyola and Villanova ... final goal of the year came at Rutgers (4/24) ... had a career-high two caused turnovers in Duquesne game and had two games with two ground balls (Louisville and Connecticut) ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-sport athlete at the Collegiate School in Richmond, Va. ... was a standout three-sport athlete in field hockey, indoor track and lacrosse, winning 11 letters during her high school career ... teamed with her sister, Katie, in all three sports ... helped lead field hockey team to three League of Independent Schools conference titles (2006-08) and one Virginia state championship (2006) ... selected to the all-tournament team in the state tournament (2007, 2008) ... team captain, most valuable player and all-state selection as a senior ... participated in the 4X200m relay and the 55m in track ... team won two LIS titles and two state championships in track (2008, 2009) ... helped break school, state and state-meet record in the 4X200m relay ... two-time all-conference selection ... team captain and all-state selection following senior year ... in lacrosse, played on four conference championship teams ... team captain as a senior ... three-time all-conference and all-state selection ... played in the `09 Under Armour All-American game ... three-time U.S. Lacrosse first team All-American ... member of 2008 U.S. Lacrosse Mid-Atlantic I team that won national championship along with current junior teammate Emily Conner ... winner of the Collegiate School's Director's Award and the Reed Athletic Award ... full name is Elizabeth Anne Mastropieri ... parents are Kathy Heldrich, Phil Heldrich and Gerry Mastropieri ... has two sisters and one brother ... sister, Katie, plays lacrosse at Vanderbilt ... born in Baltimore, Md. ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in finance ... is also pursuing a supplementary major in computer applications from the College of Arts & Letters.