|High School:||St. Paul's School for Girls|
• All-Ivy Honorable Mention
Finsihed the season ranked fifth on the team in scoring with 26 points on 22 goals and four assists ... Named an All-Ivy Honorable Mention player for the second time in as many seasons ... Her 22 goals as a junior tied for third on the team ... Scored two or more goals eight times ... Had a season-high three goals in consecutive games against Brown (April 2) and Syracuse (April 4) and again vs. Princeton (April 23) ... Opened the season with two goals against UNH (Feb. 26) ... Tallied a season-best four points against Brown on April 2 with three goals and an assist ... Scored once in the NCAA Tournament game against Albany (May 15) ... Against Syracuse on April 4, Goldberg matched her career best with four ground balls ... At Penn on April 16, she had a season-high two draw controls.
• All-Ivy Honorable Mention
• Ivy All-Tournament Team
Stood out as a sophomore in the attacking midfield with tremendous speed on attack ... Ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 31 points including 27 goals, which was third-most on the squad ... Also grabbed 20 draw controls and 17 ground balls ... Helped Dartmouth rally against #6 Penn in the Ivy Championship, capping a five goal run with the game-tying goal, May 2 ... Scored three goals in the Ivy Semifinal win over Cornell on April 30 ... Tallied two goals and an assist along with two ground balls in the Ivy win at Harvard, April 21 ... Recorded back-to-back hat tricks with three goals in the win at Cornell on April 10 after three goals and an assist over Siena on April 6 ... Also scored three goals in the win over Yale on March 27 and over Columbia on March 17 ... Scored a career-high five goals to lead Dartmouth to victory at #8 Notre Dame on March 7.
Freshman (2009): One of just three rookies to play in all 16 games, making 10 starts ... Scored three goals and grabbed two ground balls off the bench against #12 Boston, April 22 ... Started the win over #19 Cornell, tallying three ground balls and a draw control on April 4 ... Picked up four ground balls in the overtime loss to #2 Maryland, March 28 ... Started her career with a bang, making her first collegiate appearance and start against Vermont, tallying three goals and two assists along with two caused turnovers, Feb. 24.
Before Dartmouth: Won a host of awards her senior year including US Lacrosse All-America first team honors ... Academic All-American in 2008 ... Named to the Tewaaraton High School Team her senior year ... St. Paul's Mist Outstanding Player as a junior and senior ... Named first team All-Baltimore County as a senior after second-team honors her sophomore and junior years ... Helped Mid-Atlantic win the Schoolgirls National Draw in 2007 and was runner up for the Beth Allen Award...Played four years of varsity lacrosse at St. Paul's, helping her team to a conference title in 2006 ... Also played varsity field hockey for four years.
Personal: Daughter of Harry and Cynthia Goldberg ... Mother played field hockey and lacrosse at Penn ... Father played lacrosse at Franklin and Marshall ... Sister, Ingrid and brother, Zack, both played lacrosse at Princeton ... National French Honor Society ... Four-year high honor roll at St. Paul's.
What has been your favorite class at Dartmouth?
A government class called War and Peace.
Do you have a hidden talent?
Not really, I used to speed skate, but everyone knows that.
What was your first job?
Have you ever met anyone famous?
Yes, John Travolta (he taught me and my friends how to jitterbug), A-Rod, Cal Ripken and President George W. Bush.
Three words to describe the coaches
Pride, omniscient, fierce