Team Captain (2010)
Christopher Zorich Award (2010)
Three-time monogram winner who served as one of the team's captains during the 2010 campaign ... no-nonsense type of player who is one of the team's true leaders in the locker room ... saw her season and career cut short when she went down with a knee injury on April 17 versus Cincinnati ... winner of Notre Dame's Christopher Zorich Award for community service in 2010 ... had the opportunity to play the 2007 season with her older sister, Lena `07, who was the team's most valuable player that year ... one of eight sets of sisters to play at Notre Dame in the program's 14 seasons ... has Notre Dame in her blood ... granddaughter of former Notre Dame athletic director Gene Corrigan ... niece of current Irish men's lacrosse coach Kevin Corrigan and former associate athletics director Boo Corrigan `90 ... uncles David `86 and Tim `87, also attended Notre Dame ... played in 46 games for her career, making three starts ... scored eight goals with four assists for 12 career points ... grabbed 12 ground balls with 20 draw controls and five caused turnovers in her career ... two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
AS A SENIOR: Appeared in 13 games with two starts in her senior year ... scored one goal with one assist for two points ... added three ground balls, three draw controls and one caused turnovers ... made starts at California (3/13) and on Senior Day versus Cincinnati (4/17) ... recorded an assist in the 12-8 loss to Dartmouth (3/7) ... scored her only goal of the season in the 11-9 win over Louisville (3/27) ... saw her season come to an end on April 17 when she suffered a knee injury versus Cincinnati.
AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in all 21 games, coming off the bench to see action at midfield and attack ... had a career-high six goals with one assist for seven points ... picked up six ground balls, 15 draw controls and three caused turnovers ... had a career-best two-goal, two-point game in 16-12 win over James Madison (3/10) at Disney World of Sports ... had solo goals in games versus Hofstra (3/14), California (3/22), Cincinnati (4/3) and Connecticut (4/18) ... lone assist came versus Northwestern (2/20) ... had four games with two draw controls and a career-best two caused turnovers versus Vanderbilt in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 12 games, making one start ... scored one goal and added two assists for three points on the year ... also had three ground balls and two draw controls ... picked up first collegiate point in 18-8 Irish win against California in the Rose Bowl (3/8) ... scored first career goal in overtime loss to Syracuse (3/16) ... picked up second assist in 18-11 win over Connecticut (3/29) ... had two draw controls in 13-10 win over Loyola (Md.) ... had career-best two ground balls in win at Rutgers (4/20).
AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see any playing time as a freshman in 2007.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Played three sports at Charlottesville High School ... won four letters in lacrosse, three in track and two in field hockey ... was team captain as a sophomore in field hockey ... selected all-Jefferson District and all-city in field hockey in 2003 ... helped track team to three conference titles between 2002-05 running the 300, 400 and 4X400 relay ... two-time team captain in `05 and `06 of lacrosse team ... selected team MVP in both seasons ... had 86 goals and 19 assists for 105 points in her senior year ... had 210 points for her career ... selected all-conference all four seasons ... three time all-city and all-state ... as a senior selected as district and Region II player of the year ... selected U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American in 2006 ... only public school player in central Virginia to be named high school All-American in 2006 ... had a 10-goal game against Salem High School and a nine-goal outing versus Rockbridge High School ... full name is Margaret Corrigan Zentgraf ... daughter of Anthony and Kathy Zentgraf ... has one sister, Lena, a 2007 graduate of Notre Dame who also played on the women's lacrosse team ... born Aug. 24, 1988 in Charlottesville, Va. ... graduated with a degree in Sociology from Notre Dame.
Zentgraf's Career Statistics
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