Appeared in eight games without making a start… Scored two goals…Scored her first career goal at home against Albany on March 8…Netted her other tally of the year at Princeton on April 19.
Made her collegiate debut in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at Syracuse on May 12…Did not register a point.
Played four seasons of varsity lacrosse at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I. ...During her time at Moses Brown, she played on the tennis, basketball, field hockey and lacrosse teams... A highly-touted recruit, she was ranked No. 18 in the nation by ESPN as a junior and as the No. 9 attacker her senior year...Tabbed as the Cox Rhode Island Player of the Year in 2011...Was named a First Team All-American and Academic All-American her junior season as well...In both her junior and senior seasons of lacrosse, she was honored with a spot on the Under Armour All-America New England Team...Those two seasons, also saw her earn first-team all-state honors while being named team MVP...Her basketball team won the Rhode Island DII State Championship in 2011-12 as a senior...She also was part of the DII state championship doubles tennis pairing that went undefeated in 2008-09...Earned second-team all-state and academic all-state honors as a field hockey senior.
Daughter of Stephen Saris and Renne Eger...Mother attended Brown, while father went to Boston University...Has one sister...Earned several accolades for her work in the classroom, including the National Honors Spanish Society...Enjoys painting.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
The team definitely drew me to Dartmouth. Everyone on our team brings something different and unique.
What is your major and why did you choose it?
Math because I like working with numbers, potentially studio art because I love art
What is the best part about a Dartmouth Lacrosse road trip?
The bus rides and plane trips. I love hanging with the team, sleeping, getting work done. But getting pumped up in the locker room is pretty awesome as well.
What is the feeling you get when putting on a Dartmouth uniform?
Describe your Dartmouth experience in three words.
Unique, life-changing, fun