Finished Notre Dame career as school’s all-time leading scorer with 196 career points ... also tops in goals (128) and assists (68) ... two-time team captain of the Irish ... selected to all-regional team in three consecutive seasons ... started 56 of 57 games during her career ... first team all-BIG EAST choice in league’s inaugural season ... talented scorer and playmaker ... invited to United States national team tryout in June 1999 ... strong athletic player who is equally dangerous with right or left hand ... represented Midwest region in the United States Women’s Lacrosse Association 1998 and 1999 national tournaments ... graduated from Notre Dame with a degree in American Studies.
AS A SENIOR: Started all 15 games leading the Irish in scoring with 24 goals and 28 assists for 54 points ... named to Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association’s (IWLCA) Mid-Atlantic all-regional first team as a senior ... first team all-BIG EAST selection ... scored at least one point in all 15 games her senior year ... scored goals in 13 of 15 games ... seven games with four or more points ... had career-high five assist game versus Connecticut ... collected six-point games versus Virginia Tech (1g, 5a) and Denver (2g, 4a) ... had five-point games versus Harvard (2g, 3a), Connecticut (3g, 2a) and Yale (2g, 3a) ... took Notre Dame National Monogram Club Most Valuable Player honors.
AS A JUNIOR: Started all 15 games ... led the Irish attack with 27 goals and seven assists ... named to the IWLCA Mid-Atlantic all-region second team along with teammate Kathryn Lam ... opened the season with at least one goal in seven consecutive games ... had at least one point in 13 of 15 games ... scored four goals in the season-opener against Denver, including two in 47 seconds ... also picked up an assist ... scored four first-half points against Ohio ... scored one of three Irish goals against Syracuse ... put away three second-half goals against Johns Hopkins ... led the Irish in points against Vanderbilt with one goal and two assists ... netted her 100th career goal against Harvard in a four-goal game ... scored two goals in games against Richmond, Ohio State, Connecticut and Boston College ... was third-highest returning scorer in NCAA Division I as a junior.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Leading scorer with 50 goals and 19 assists for 69 points on fourth-highest scoring team in country ... became first Notre Dame women’s lacrosse player to earn all-region honors with her IWLCA Mid-Atlantic second-team selection ... among top scorers in NCAA Division I, finishing fifth in points per game (4.60) and ninth in goals per game (3.33) ... also stood 27th in assists per game (1.27) ... her 50 goals and 69 points set single-season standards in three-year history of program ... scored 15 goals and assisted on seven goals in four games against ranked teams ... most productive game of season came in nine-point performance against Connecticut ... scored six goals and had three assists in 18-9 win over Huskies to tie Irish record for single-game points and most points at home ... tallied six goals at Villanova to tie school record for most goals in a road game ... scored game-winning goals against Connecticut, Gannon and Boston College in three of team’s nine wins ... had at least one point in every game and scored at least one goal in all but one game ... had at least one goal in final 10 games of season ... had 12 multiple-goal games and seven games with at least five goals ... dished off career-high four assists against Denver ... team-high 10 of her 50 goals came from free position shots ... caused 20 turnovers, second most on the team.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 12 games and made 11 starts ... finished the season tied for second in scoring with 27 goals and 14 assists for 41 points ... tallied a goal or an assist in all 12 contests she has played ... had 24 draw controls ... started first collegiate contest in season opener against UC Davis, scoring two goals and dishing off an assist ... netted back-to-back unassisted goals in the season opener ... scored two goals and dished off a then career-best three assists in the Stanford game ... scored two of Notre Dame’s final three goals against the Cardinal ... had first three-goal game of her career against Denver ... had a goal and an assist against Colgate ... scored twice in win over Duquesne ... had first four-goal game of her career against Davidson ... had a goal and two assists against Ohio State ... had two goals against Syracuse ... tallied three goals and three assists against Gannon for her best offensive output of the season ... scored four goals and dished off an assist at Columbia ... scored once in loss to Harvard.
PREP AND PERSONAL: First player ever to sign a national letter of intent to attend Notre Dame ... played on high school team which finished with 19-1 record and was ranked first nationally at the end of the season ... two-time United States Women’s Lacrosse Association high school All-America selection as a junior and senior ... played in North-South Senior All-Star Game ... earned all-state honors as a junior and senior and was selected as the Washington Post player of the year following her final scholastic season ... two-time all-metro selection after leading her squad to two consecutive undefeated seasons in both her junior and senior campaigns ... helped team to three consecutive Independent School League crowns and state crown in ’95 ... broke school career assist record ... scored 59 goals during her senior season and finished with 142 career goals ... helped her team to USWLA South I tournament crown in ’96 ... three-sport athlete at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes where she lettered all four years in tennis, basketball and lacrosse ... basketball team finished undefeated in both her junior and senior seasons and won two ISL championships ... was a member of ’96 team which won National Lacrosse Girls’ Tournament ... from same high school as Irish sophomore Kassen Delano ... several members of her family have attended Notre Dame, including father Tim, a 1965 graduate, who was a member of the swimming team ... born March 22, 1979, in Chicago, Ill.
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