Served as a team captain…Played in all 14 games, making 12 starts…Did not register a point…Picked up 10 ground balls and one draw control, while adding four caused turnovers.
Battled through an injury that sidelined her for a majority of the season, seeing action in just one game.
• Recipient of the Don '35 and Margaret Radasch Award, presented to the player who exemplifies extraordinary dedication, true coachability and an unselfish attitude throughout the season
Played in five games, making one start against Niagara on April 16... Did not register a point on the season...Had one ground ball and one draw control to go along with two caused turnovers...She recorded one GB and one CT against Syracuse during the regular season and one DC and one CT against the Purple Eagles in her lone start.
Played in one game as a freshman, but did not register a point ... Made her collegiate debut against Brown on April 2.
Before Dartmouth: Well-rounded athlete who played lacrosse, ice hockey and soccer for BB&N, serving as team captain for all three sports as a senior ... Named first team All-Independent School League as a senior after earning honorable mention accolades as a junior ... Recipient of the Coaches Cup in lacrosse and hockey ... Winner of BB&N's "33 Award" for the best all-around athlete in the senior class ... Also named All-ISL in ice hockey her senior year ... Played club for Revolution Lacrosse.
Personal: Daughter of Ken '82 and Sue Lehman ... Has two brothers.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
The girls on the team is what really drew me to this program. When I was being recruited, I immediately felt like I was already a part of this Dartmouth Lacrosse family, and I knew that’s something that I wanted to embrace for the rest of my college career.
What is your favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment?
Winning the 2012 Ivy League Tournament.
As a little kid what did you want to be when you grew up?
I’ve always wanted to be a lawyer.
What is the best part about a Dartmouth Lacrosse road trip?
Definitely finding out who your roommate is in the hotel room.
What do you love most about playing on our home field Scully-Fahey?
There is no field out there like Scully. It feels like our own private hide-away in the middle of the beautiful mountains of New Hampshire. Scully is our home, and that is why I love it.