Jordy Kirr
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Jordy  Kirr

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Bryn Mawr School

Height:
5-0

Position:
A


2010 (junior) - Named to Second Team All-BIG EAST ... Earned a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on May 3 ... Appeared and started in 18 games for the Hoyas ... Ranked second on the team in scoring with 64 points ... Was second on the team with 17 assists ... Was third on the team in goals posting 30 ... Scored season-best five points against Loyola (Md.) ... Had four points in the win against Louisville and in the BIG EAST Championship victory against Syracuse.
2009 (sophomore) -
Named to the All-South Region Second Team ... A Second Team All-BIG EAST honoree and earned a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll for three-consecutive weeks ... Appeared and started in 18 games for the Hoyas ... Ranked second on the team in scoring with 64 points ... Led the Hoyas with 25 assists ... Was third on the team in goals posting 39 ... Scored a game winner at Notre Dame and Rutgers ... Picked up 20 ground balls ... Had seven caused turnovers with two against Louisville ... Managed four goals in the win over Louisville ... Had four assists in the victory at Johns Hopkins ... Tallied six points in the win over Duke as well as five against Louisville.
2008 (freshman) -
Named an All-American by womenslax.com ... Selected to the IWLCA All-Rookie Squad ... A Second Team Regional All-American ... Named All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Won the Sheehan Stanwick Rookie of the Year Award ... Started in all but one game ... Finished the season ranked third on the team in points with 58 ... Handed out 37 assists, the most on the team for the season ... Picked up five ground balls in two separate games, against Princeton and against Duke, and ended the season with 25 ground balls ... Caused nine turnovers on the season ... Had two draw controls on the year, at Louisville and against Notre Dame.
Prior to Georgetown -
2007 Under Armour All-American ... MVP of the Gold Medal Game in the 2007 U-19 Women's Lacrosse World Championship game against Australia where she tallied one goal and five assists in an 18-3 win over Australia ... Named a U.S. Lacrosse First Team High School All-American after tallying 24 goals and 16 assists in her senior season at Bryn Mawr School ... Following her senior season, named Baltimore Sun First Team All- Metro, Baltimore Sun Player of the Year, Baltimore Sun First Team All-Baltimore City; Towson Times First Team All-Metro; Rise Magazine First Team All-American; IAAM First Team All-Star ... Averaged more than 20 goals and more than 33 points in her first three prep seasons and garnered Baltimore Sun Second Team All-Baltimore City in 2005 and 2006 ... Named to the Tewaaraton Watch list in 2006 and 2007.

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February 10
3:00 PM
Saint Josephs
Cooper Field
February 17
3:00 PM
Towson
Towson, Md.
February 24
12:00 PM
Drexel
Philadelphia, Pa.
February 28
3:30 PM
Johns Hopkins
Cooper Field
March 3
1:00 PM
Delaware
Cooper Field
March 10
3:00 PM
Penn
Cooper Field
March 17
1:00 PM
Villanova
Cooper Field
March 21
7:00 PM
Loyola Maryland
Cooper Field
March 24
12:00 PM
Florida
Cooper Field
March 28
7:00 PM
Maryland
College Park, Md.
March 31
12:00 PM
Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio
April 4
2:00 PM
Denver
Denver, Colo.
April 7
12:00 PM
Butler
Cooper Field
April 14
2:00 PM
Vanderbilt
Nashville, Tenn.
April 18
3:00 PM
Uconn
Washington, D.C
April 21
12:00 PM
Marquette
Washington, D.C.