2012 (Freshman): Appeared in three games...Scored one goal and added one assist
for two points, with both coming as part of Dartmouth's 21-4 victory over
nonconference foe Niagara at home on April 16...Added two ground balls and one
draw control against the Purple Eagles that afternoon...Her first career ground
ball came against Columbia on March 24.
Comes to Dartmouth from Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor,
Conn. ... A four-year member of the women's lacrosse team...Also played four years
as a member of the women's ice hockey team, including serving as an assistant
captain her senior season...Played two years of varsity soccer...As a member of the
lacrosse team, she helped to win four-straight New England Div. I Founders
League Championships (2008-11) and compile an overall record of 55-4 in that
time...An honorable mention all-American her senior season...As a junior and
sophomore was named to the All-New England Women's Lacrosse First Team...A
four-time USA Hockey National Camp Selection...Captain of the Connecticut Polar
Bears ice hockey team in 2010-11...Recipient of the Loomis Chaffee Outstanding
Female Athlete Award as a junior in 2010...Honored by Loomis Chaffee with the
Senior Leader award in 2011.
Daughter of Thomas and Nancy Byrne...A native of West
Hartford, Conn. ...Has three brothers and one sister...Father, Thomas, played four
years of tennis at St. Lawrence University, serving as captain during his time...Distant
cousin, William Ashley '46, was a member of the Dartmouth ski team...Major is
What has been your favorite class at Dartmouth? My Writing 5 class on the Supreme Court. What was it that drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program? I loved seeing how well the team got along and then how
greatly they competed on the field. Dartmouth also does a great job of making
sure that the players can go abroad and get involved in lots of other things on
campus. Do you have a pre-game ritual?
Braiding my hair repeatedly until it looks "just
right." Do you have a hidden talent?
Singing, and I can peel an orange in one peel. Favorite hang-out spot on campus?
My dorm and the Wolf Room on the 2nd floor of the Berry
Library. Three words to describe the coaches
Engaging, insightful, dedicated