Mary Beth Brophy
2010 (junior) - Started all 19 games ... Scored 12 goals and had two assists for 14 points ... Scored two goals against Connecticut and Villanova ... Won 24 draw controls, which was fourth-highest on the team ... Picked up 13 ground balls and caused 11 turnovers ... Won three draw controls against Connecticut ... Picked up three ground balls against Johns Hopkins.
2009 (sophomore) - Appeared in 18 games for the Hoyas ... Ranked sixth on the squad in goals with 12 ... Posted an assist against Cincinnati for 13 points on the season ... Picked up 13 ground balls ... Notched seven draw controls and had as many caused turnovers ... Had three goals in the final regular season win over Yale ... Scored two goals in the victory against Louisville ... Picked up three ground balls against George Mason.
2008 (freshman) - Played in 18 games ... Finished the season with seven points with six goals and one assist ... Notched seven ground balls on the year ... Had a season-high three draw controls in a win against Rutgers ... Forced a turnover in games at Duke and against William & Mary.
Prior to Georgetown - 2007 Under Armour All-American ... Named to the 2007 Inside Lacrosse "Top Players" list ... As a senior at Archbishop Carroll, named a First Team All-American, First Team All-Main Line, Second Team All-Delco, First Team All-Catholic and took home the Coaches Award ... As a junior in 2006, helped lead Archbishop Carroll to the Philadelphia Catholic League Championship and was named a First Team All-American, Team MVP, Delaware County Player of the Year and All-Main Line ... Netted 58 goals in 24 games as a junior to go along with 20 assists and 45 ground balls ... A five-year member of the Phantastix lacrosse club ... Four-year varsity letterwinner in soccer as well as two years with the basketball team and one year as a swimmer ... Member of the Community Service Corps, Best Buddies, Student Ambassadors and Student Council ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Class President in both sophomore and junior years ... Executive board school president during senior year.