• Ivy League Honorable Mention Team
Played in and started 18 games…Was named an All-Ivy League Honorable Mention player…Earned a spot on the Ivy League All-Tournament Team…Named the Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week on March 12 after strong showings against BU and Florida…Registered new career highs in goals (37), assists (19) and points (56)…Led the team in assists…Second on the team in goals and points…Had points in all but two of the 18 games she played…Her career-high seven points against Harvard on April 26 was a season-best figure by any Dartmouth player…Scored a career-high five goals against Harvard on April 26 and had a career-best four assists against Vermont on March 27…Scored the overtime winner in the season opener at Oregon on Feb. 23…Scored at least two goals in 14 games, including four contests of at least three tallies…Started and played in all seven Ivy League games, scoring 16 goals and adding three assists for 19 points…Posted 11 ground balls and three caused turnovers…Was 7-for-11 on the free-position shot.
Appeared in all 17 games, making starts in 15 of those contests...Wrapped up the year fifth on the team in scoring with 25 points on 20 goals and five assists, an improvement on all three statistical categories from her freshman season...Scored four goals and had five points at Brown on March 31, matching her career single-game highs in both... Recorded two goals and an assist against Vermont (March 14) and at Harvard (April 27)...Scored multiple goals in five games as a sophomore...Set new career highs with 19 ground balls, nine caused turnovers and four draw controls.
• Named the team's Most Improved Player
As a first-year player, saw action in 12 games, making four starts ... Scored a career-high four goals on the road against Columbia on March 26 ... Added one of her four assists on the season against the Lions to give her a career-best five points ... Collected a season-best two ground balls in that same game with Columbia and added her only caused turnover of the season in the team's win ... Scored twice against at Duke on Mach 19 ... Notched two goals in 17-5 win over Brown on April 2 .... Had a goal in back-to-back games against Princeton (April 23) and Harvard (April 29) ... Picked up an assists against Harvard in the Ivy Semifinal contest.
Before Dartmouth: Versatile athlete who played four years of varsity lacrosse, basketball and soccer at Darien, serving as captain of all three teams as a senior ... Part of the successful Darien lacrosse dynasty and joins a strong tradition of Darien players at Dartmouth ... Won three Connecticut State Championships in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and took home the FCIAC Championship in 2007 and 2009 ... Named first team All-FCIAC and first team Connecticut All-State in 2010 ... Also a standout in basketball, twice named team MVP and All-FCIAC, winning two conference championships ... Played club lacrosse for the Connecticut Chargers.
Personal: Daughter of Doug and Karen '81 Calby ... Has one brother, Chris '12, who was a former member of the Dartmouth swim team ... Mother played lacrosse and swam for Dartmouth.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
I was drawn to the program because of Amy’s commitment to make sure that we all grow every day as lacrosse players and as people. I knew that every day would be a learning experience that would give me the skills to be successful in whatever I choose to do.
What is your favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment?
My favorite moments have been hearing the juniors talk about the seniors before the senior game every year, and in particular having the opportunity to do it myself last spring. The ability to vocalize to friends and teammates how much of an impact they have had on your Dartmouth experience has been a pretty powerful moment for me.
What has been your favorite class while at Dartmouth?
War and Peace in the Modern Age. It’s a Government class taught by my favorite professor on the changing nature of warfare and impact that war can have on relationships in the international system.
What is the best part about a Dartmouth Lacrosse road trip?
Roommates. No question about it. The breakfast buffets are usually pretty good too.
What is the feeling you get when putting on a Dartmouth uniform?
There is no feeling like it. All the pride of being a part of the Dartmouth program comes rushing at you along with all the months of hard work and preparation that has gone into the season. Beyond that, the knowledge that you are representing not just yourself but also Dartmouth, the years of alums that paved the way before you, and the years of future players that are going to follow you is incredibly empowering.