Became 12th 200-point scorer in program history with her opening goal 11 seconds into win at Southern Connecticut State (4/11)
Ranks seventh in program history for career goals and points.
2013: IWLCA All-America second team. Capital One Academic All-America third team. IWLCA Division II North-South Senior All-Star Game participant. IWLCA All-North Region first team. Capital One Academic All-District first team. All-Northeast-10 Conference first team. Division II ADA Academic Achievement Award. Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters. NE-10 Commisioner's Honor Roll both semesters. Started all 20 games and led the Skyhawks with 64 goals and 25 assists for 89 points. Finished second in the NE-10 for scoring (13th nationally) and fourth for goals (10th) and assists. Her 64 goals this season rank fifth on Stonehill's single-season list, while her 89 points are tied for sixth all-time. Converted 8-of-24 free-position attempts and added 18 ground balls, 13 draw controls and five caused turnovers. Led the team with 54 points on a team-high 15 assists to go with 39 goals, including both of her gamewinning goals for the season, in 12 NE-10 games. Posted team-highs of 25 goals and ten assists for 35 points in eight non-conference games. Registered a team-best 33 goals and ten assists for 43 points in nine home games. Dished out a team leading 14 assists to go with 29 goals for a team-high 34 points in ten road games. Led team with 11 points and six assists with five goals in three postseason games, including four goals and three assists for seven points in two NE-10 Tournament contests. Led the team with 37 points on 26 goals and 11 assists in ten games against ranked opponents. Opened the season with four goals and an assist for five points with four ground balls at #4 Rollins (3/2). Scored four goals at #15 Florida Southern (3/4). Netted five goals in win over Queens (3/17). Posted three goals and two assists for five points in win over #13 New Haven (3/23). Tallied a season-best six goals in win over Franklin Pierce (3/26). Scored three goals, including her first game-winner, in win at Southern New Hampshire (4/3). Registered four goals and an assist for five points in win at Southern Connecticut State (4/11). Contributed two goals and three assists for five points against #1 LIU Post (4/13). Posted a season-high eight points with four goals and a season-best four assists in win at Merrimack (4/17). Scored five goals in key win over #10 Dowling (4/20). Totaled seven points with five goals and two assists, while adding three draws and two caused turnovers, in key win at Saint Anselm (4/23). Registered two goals and two assists for four points with two more draws in NE-10 Tournament first round win over Saint Anselm (5/1). Recorded a goal and three assists for four points in NCAA Tournament first round matchup at #1 and eventual National Champions LIU Post (5/11). Totaled three points with a goal and team-high two assists while representing Stonehill at the IWLCA Division II Senior All-Star Game in Yardley, Pa.
2012: IWLCA All-North Region second team. All-Northeast-10 Conference second team. NE-10 Academic All-Conference. Division II ADA Academic Achievement.Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters. NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters. Started all 19 games. Led team with 74 points and 56 goals, dishing 18 assists. Converted 13-of-28 free position shot attempts and collected 25 ground balls. Ranked fourth in the NE-10 for goals, seventh in points and 17th in assists. Led the team with 45 points in 12 NE-10 games played on 32 goals and 13 assists. Led the way with six goals and two assists for eight points in two NE-10 tournament matches, adding seven ground balls. Posted team highs of 37 goals and 49 points to go with 12 assists in 13 games played against ranked opponents. Registered 21 goals and a team-high ten assists for a team-best 31 points in nine road games. Netted four goals in back-to-back games against #15 Pfeiffer (3/15), adding two ground balls, and #4 Rollins (3/17). Registered four goals and an assist for five points in win over #15 Saint Anselm (3/21). Dished a career-high five assists to go with a goal for six points in win at #8 Bentley (3/27). Totaled seven points with four goals and three assists in victory at Franklin Pierce (4/4). Netted six goals in win over Southern New Hampshire (4/18). Posted a career-high nine points with a career-best seven goals and two assists in victory at #15 Queens (4/22). Tallied three goals and an assist for four points in NE-10 Tournament matchups with #13 Merrimack (5/2) and #2 Adelphi (5/5), chipping in a season-high four ground balls in the latter game.
2011: Division II ADA Academic Achievement Award. NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters. Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters. Started all 19 games. Registered 35 goals and 13 assists for 48 points, adding 16 ground balls. Posted 25 goals and 11 assists for 36 points in 12 NE-10 games played. Finished with 21 goals and eight assists for 29 points in ten home games. Recorded three goals and an assist for four points in win over Saint Michael's (3/8). Posted a season-high six points on three goals and a season-best three assists in win at Southern Connecticut State (3/26). Scored a season-high five goals in win at Saint Anselm (3/31). Posted two goals and two assists for four points in win over New Haven (4/2). Registered two goals and two assists for four points in win over American International (4/14). Tallied three goals and an assist for four points in NE-10 Tournament first round win over Southern New Hampshire (5/4).
2010: NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters. Appeared in all 17 games as a rookie, making six starts. Scored a season-high four goals against Saint Anselm (4/8). Had two goals and an assist at Bentley (4/6). Picked up two goals and two assists against Southern Connecticut State (4/14). Scored three times at American International (4/17). Had three goals, two assists, and two ground balls in regular-season finale at Saint Michael's (5/1).
High School: 2009 graduate of Londonderry High School. Four-year letterwinner and two-year captain. 2009 All-American. Named Eagle Tribune Player of the Year as a senior. Four-time All-State honoree. Three-time team MVP. Recipient of the 2008 Lacrosse Coach's Award. Leading scorer from 2007-2009. Led team to New Hampshire State Championship in 2009. Holds school record for career points and most points in a single season. Also lettered and captained in field hockey, where she was a three-time All-State selection.
Personal: Born October 2, 1990, in Newton, Mass. Daughter of Maureen and Adam Green of Londonderry, N.H. Has a sister, Kristen (23). Majoring in communication. Earned the St. Thomas Aquinas Medal as a sophomore and junior for having the highest grade point average on the team. Lambda Epsilon Sigma and Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society member. Supports the New England Patriots. Lists Kevin Garnett as a favorite athlete.
|Apr 17||at Merrimack College||W, 18-10|
|Apr 20||Dowling College||W, 16-12|
|Apr 23||at Saint Anselm College||W, 16-15|
|May 1||Saint Anselm College||W, 13-12|
|May 4||vs. Adelphi University||L, 11-7|
|May 11||at LIU Post||L, 15-9|
|Shots on goal||100||62|
|Shots on goal percentage||85.5||83.8|
|Free position goals-shots||8-24||4-14|
|Mar 2||at Rollins College||L, 16-15||4||1||5||1-2||4||0||3||0||8||50.0||8||100.0|
|Mar 4||at Florida Southern College||L, 16-12||4||0||4||2-3||2||1||3||0||8||50.0||7||87.5|
|Mar 17||Queens (N.Y.) College||W, 15-9||5||0||5||0-2||1||0||1||1||7||71.4||6||85.7|
|Mar 18||Saint Michael's College||W, 17-5||4||1||5||1-1||0||0||0||0||5||80.0||4||80.0|
|Mar 20||at Assumption College||W, 18-7||2||2||4||0-1||0||0||0||0||6||33.3||5||83.3|
|Mar 23||University of New Haven||W, 15-7||3||2||5||0-1||0||0||1||0||7||42.9||6||85.7|
|Mar 26||Franklin Pierce University||W, 23-6||6||0||6||1-1||0||0||2||0||9||66.7||6||66.7|
|Mar 28||American International College||W, 15-2||3||2||5||0-0||0||1||0||0||7||42.9||5||71.4|
|Mar 30||at Adelphi University||L, 12-5||0||0||0||0-3||0||1||2||0||5||0.0||4||80.0|
|Apr 3||at Southern New Hampshire University||W, 16-8||3||0||3||1-2||1||0||1||0||6||50.0||5||83.3|
|Apr 6||at Le Moyne College||L, 18-9||2||1||3||1-1||1||1||0||0||3||66.7||3||100.0|
|Apr 9||Bentley University||W, 13-10||3||0||3||0-1||2||1||2||1||5||60.0||5||100.0|
|Apr 11||at Southern Connecticut State University||W, 18-6||4||1||5||0-1||2||0||2||0||6||66.7||6||100.0|
|Apr 13||LIU Post||L, 15-12||2||3||5||0-0||0||0||0||0||2||100.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 17||at Merrimack College||W, 18-10||4||4||8||0-2||3||1||1||1||8||50.0||7||87.5|
|Apr 20||Dowling College||W, 16-12||5||0||5||0-1||1||1||0||0||9||55.6||8||88.9|
|Apr 23||at Saint Anselm College||W, 16-15||5||2||7||0-0||0||3||1||2||7||71.4||6||85.7|
|May 1||Saint Anselm College||W, 13-12||2||2||4||0-0||0||2||2||0||4||50.0||3||75.0|
|May 4||vs. Adelphi University||L, 11-7||2||1||3||1-1||1||1||0||0||2||100.0||2||100.0|
|May 11||at LIU Post||L, 15-9||1||3||4||0-1||0||0||3||0||3||33.3||2||66.7|