One of the league’s best players at the draw … Possesses good speed and aggression, per the staff, and is expected to continue increased offensive production as a veteran presence.
2018 Soccer: First-team United Soccer Coaches All-Great Lakes Region honoree after earning the NCAC’s Defensive Player of the Year award … Anchored a defense that allowed 16 goals in 20 matches, only allowed two opponents to score multiple goals, and shutout eight opponents … Offensively, assisted on the Scots’ goal at Oberlin (Oct. 13).
2018 Lacrosse: Earned a third all-conference honor with a spot on the second-team … Transitioned into a larger role in the attacking end, and went on to lead the team in points (48), while finishing second in goals (25), and third in assists (13) … Won 47 draw controls, scooped up 29 groundballs, and caused 26 turnovers … One of the stars in Wooster’s 14-11 win over Oberlin (May 2) in the NCAC Tournament … Scooped up five groundballs, caused four turnovers, scored twice, and was credited with two draw controls against the Yeowomen … Scored a career-high five goals at Baldwin Wallace (March 28), and matched that with a five-goal showing versus Kenyon (April 11).
2017 Soccer: Started all 18 games as a leader among the backline … Continued to showcase ability to effectively transition the ball from the backline to the attacking front, logging one goal and one assist in addition to eight shots on goal … Assisted in 3-1 win at Frostburg St. (Sept. 2) … Scored first career goal in 2-4 loss at Denison (Oct. 21).
2017 Lacrosse: Noted increase in offensive production en route to All-NCAC honorable mention nod as a 16-game starter in the backfield … Stout defender with career-highs in groundballs (40) and caused turnovers (25) while tallying career-best 20 goals and three assists … Recorded 49 draw controls on the year … Scored single-game high four goals at Allegheny (April 26) … Matched career-high five groundball pickups against Kenyon (April 1) and Wittenberg (April 13) … Also tallied a career-best eight caused turnovers as part of a last-second win at Kenyon.
2016 Soccer: Contributed in all facets playing from the center back position en route to earning All-North Coast Athletic Conference first-team honors … Tallied two assists, delivering the opener in Wooster’s 2-1 victory over Ohio Wesleyan (Oct. 18), while tallying the Scots’ opening assist in their comeback 3-1 win over Hiram (Sept. 24) … Served as defensive keystone for a Wooster squad that sported an eight-game home unbeaten streak dating back to the previous season.
2016 Lacrosse: Earned second team all-conference laurels … One of two freshmen to start in all 17 contests … Set the single-season program record for draw controls (81) … Also scooped up 39 groundballs, caused 23 turnovers, and scored four goals … Opened collegiate career with eight draws and four groundballs against Div. II Walsh (March 3) … Won 10 draws at Oberlin (April 30), helping Wooster clinch a spot in the four-team NCAC Tournament in the process … Won 32 draws over a four-game stretch from April 19-30 … Recorded five games with at least four groundballs.
2015 Soccer: Earned a starting spot from day one in the defensive backfield … Went on to start all 19 matches, 13 of which ended in Wooster shutouts … Helped Wooster rank 11th in Div. III in shutout percentage (.684) and 33rd in goals-against average (.619).
Prior to Wooster: Earned five letters in lacrosse and four in soccer at Williston Northampton School … Played in the Western New England Preparatory School Soccer Association All-League Game … Helped lacrosse team to 12-2 record as a senior.
Personal: Born Aug. 7, 1997 … Daughter of Bill and Shawn Lawrence … Majoring in neuroscience.
|Apr 16||at Allegheny||W, 21-5|
|Apr 20||Ohio Wesleyan||W, 22-3|
|Apr 24||at Kenyon||W, 15-14|
|Apr 27||DePauw||W, 20-6|
|May 2||Kenyon||W, 16-10|
|May 5||at Denison||L, 13-10|
|Shots on goal||74||37|
|Shots on goal percentage||78.7||80.4|
|Free position goals-shots||10-30||5-15|
|Feb 23||at Capital||W, 18-7||4||2||6||0-4||4||3||2||3||9||44.4||6||66.7|
|Feb 28||at Westminster (Pa.)||W, 20-4||1||2||3||0-1||2||3||2||1||4||25.0||3||75.0|
|Mar 2||at Bethany (W. Va.)||W, 17-0||2||1||3||0-0||2||1||0||1||2||100.0||2||100.0|
|Mar 7||Carthage||W, 23-2||3||3||6||1-1||2||3||1||1||5||60.0||4||80.0|
|Mar 11||vs. Curry||W, 22-5||2||2||4||1-1||2||5||3||4||3||66.7||2||66.7|
|Mar 16||at John Carroll||W, 14-6||3||3||6||0-4||5||1||4||3||9||33.3||6||66.7|
|Mar 20||Baldwin Wallace||W, 15-14||3||3||6||1-1||1||2||0||1||3||100.0||3||100.0|
|Mar 23||at Wittenberg||W, 20-10||2||2||4||1-5||2||1||4||0||10||20.0||9||90.0|
|Mar 30||Ursuline||W, 15-5||5||0||5||1-2||1||4||2||2||8||62.5||7||87.5|
|Apr 6||Oberlin||W, 19-6||3||2||5||1-3||5||3||2||4||9||33.3||7||77.8|
|Apr 10||Denison||L, 14-6||0||0||0||0-1||2||5||2||0||2||0.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 13||at Hiram||W, 17-2||3||3||6||2-2||1||2||4||2||4||75.0||3||75.0|
|Apr 16||at Allegheny||W, 21-5||1||6||7||0-1||3||2||2||1||6||16.7||3||50.0|
|Apr 20||Ohio Wesleyan||W, 22-3||4||1||5||1-1||0||3||2||0||5||80.0||4||80.0|
|Apr 24||at Kenyon||W, 15-14||2||0||2||0-1||2||2||2||0||4||50.0||3||75.0|
|Apr 27||DePauw||W, 20-6||3||3||6||0-1||0||2||2||1||6||50.0||6||100.0|
|May 2||Kenyon||W, 16-10||2||0||2||0-0||3||2||0||1||3||66.7||3||100.0|
|May 5||at Denison||L, 13-10||1||0||1||1-1||2||5||3||0||2||50.0||1||50.0|