Katie Clark Records Career-Best 13 Rebounds in Final Game as a Blue Jay
Blue Jays Fall to Red Devils, 55-44
Blue Jays Stay Alive in Centennial Playoff Picture
Hopkins' Four Seniors Combine for 35 points and 20 Rebounds in Victory
Hopkins Holds the Terror Scoreless in First Quarter, But Can't Complete Upset Bid
2014-15: Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference selection • started 20 of 25 games • led the team in scoring (9.6) steals (46) • finished seventh in the conference in steals per game (1.8) • snagged a career-high and tied a school-record with seven steals against Swarthmore (1/10) • finished season with 12 double-digit scoring games • notched a steal in 19 of 25 games • shot 75.8 percent from the foul line • had a four game stretch in the middle of the season where she averaged 14 points • led team in scoring in seven games • finished 26-31 from the foul line in the final five games of the season.
2013-14: Appeared in all 26 games averaged 21.0 minutes and 7.3 points posted a season-high 22 points against McDaniel (2/28) in the Centennial Semifinal scored 20 points against Franklin & Marshall (2/5) recorded a season-high 4 assists to go along with 12 points against Ursinus (11/23) ended the season with 5 straight double-digit scoring games.
2012-13: Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference appeared in 26 games, starting final 20 contests of season at point guard second on team in assists (51), field goals (90), steals (52) and third in points (9.2/g) made collegiate debut against York (PA) notched three steals at Gettysburg posted eight points, four rebounds and two assists against Ursinus registered six rebounds and five assists against Dickinson tallied 18 points against McDaniel scored 21 points against Swarthmore tallied career-high 24 points at Ursinus.
High School: Earned three state titles and three district titles at Mt. Lebanon averaged 13.6 points, 2.4 steals and 3.1 assists during career team captain as a senior first team all-section as senior led team to Orange Bowl victory and named to Orange Bowl All-Tournament team earned AAAA Player to Watch honors by The Varsity Letter in 2011 member of the National Honor Society and graduated cum laude.
Personal: Elizabeth C. Tommasi daughter of Gene and Cyndi Tommasi father played baseball and football at Allegheny involved with dance mission trips in Brooklyn, DC and Toronto majoring in psychology and economics