||3/26/13 vs Franklin Pierce
||4/18/12 vs. Southern N.H.
2013: Played all
20 games, starting ten. Ranked second on the team with 23 assists
to go with ten goals, including one gamewinner, for 33 points. Also
added eight ground balls, five draw controls and a caused turnover.
Ranked fifth among NE-10 assist leaders (23rd nationally in
Division II). Played all 12 NE-10 games and posted eight goals and
14 assists (second on team) for 22 points. Shared the team lead
with ten assists in the Skyhawks nine home games, adding four goals
for 14 points, three ground balls, four draws and a caused
turnover. Also shared the team lead with 16 assists in Stonehill's
13 wins, adding ten goals for 26 points. Contributed two goals and
four assists for six points in three postseason games, including
two goals and three assists for five points in two NE-10 Tournament
games. Led team with 14 assists in the month of April, adding seven
goals for 21 points. Shared the team lead with 11 assists in ten
games played against ranked opponents, netting a goal for 12
points. Posted a goal and three assists for four points in win over
Saint Michael's (3/18). Established a career-high with four assists
in win at Southern New Hampshire (4/3). Dished two assists at #7 Le
Moyne (4/6). Matched her career-best with six points on a
career-high matching three goals and three assists in win at
Merrimack (4/17). Handed out a career-high matching four assists in
key win over #10 Dowling (4/20). Netted two goals in key win at
Saint Anselm (4/23) to close out the regular season. Followed that
up a week later with two goals, including the gamewinner, and an
assist for three points in win over Saint Anselm (5/1) in NE-10
Tournament first round. Dished two assists against #5 Adelphi (5/4)
in NE-10 Tournament semifinal.
NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll
Athletic Director's Honor Roll fall
semester. Played all 19 games, starting 18.
Totaled 20 goals and 14 assists for 34 points, converting 3-of-10
free-position attempts. Also collected 12 ground balls, a draw
control and three caused turnovers. Played all 12 NE-10 games and
registered 17 goals and eight assists for 25 points. Totaled a goal
and assist for two points in two NE-10 Tournament contests.
Contributed ten goals and seven assists for 17 points in 13 games
against ranked opponents. Recorded nine goals and six assists for
15 points in seven home games. Posted a goal and two assists for
three points in win over #15 Pfeiffer (3/15). Totaled two goals and
an assist for three points in win over #15 Saint Anselm (3/21).
Tallied three goals and three assists for six points in win over
Southern Connecticut State (3/24). Registered three goals and three
assists for six points in win at American International (3/29).
Scored a pair of goals in win at #7 New Haven (3/31). Notched two
goals and an assist for three points with three ground balls, three
caused turnovers and a draw control in win over Southern New
Commissioner's Honor Roll fall semester. Played 15
games. Totaled eight goals and seven assists for 15 points,
converting 2-of-4 free-position attempts. Registered eight ground
balls, three draw controls and four caused turnovers. Played nine
NE-10 games and finished with five goals and five assists for ten
points. Made her collegiate debut in season-opening win over
Georgian Court and dished an assist (3/5). Scored a pair of goals
in win over Shepherd (3/17) during spring break. Posted a
season-high three points with two goals and an assist in win at
Southern Connecticut State (3/26). Notched a goal and assist in
back-to-back wins over Bentley (3/29) and at Saint Anselm (3/31).
Added a goal and assist in win over Franklin Pierce (4/6).
High School: 2010
graduate of Villa Joseph Marie High School. Four-year letterwinner,
serving as team captain her senior year. Philadelphia All-Catholic
All-Star. Also lettered in soccer, basketball, and indoor track.
Qualified for states in winter track. Played three years of club
lacrosse, and two years of club tennis and soccer.
April 22, 1992, Hackensack, N.J. Daughter of Janet and James Mahony
of Yardley, Pa. Mother played tennis at the University of Dayton.
Has three sisters, Madeline (22), Emma (19) and Lydia (13).
Majoring in communication. Greatest sports moment was qualifying
for states in winter track. Supports the Philadelphia Phillies and