Senior Grabs Second Team Honors
Game Scheduled for November 17
Parker, Phillips Score for Blue Jays
Gresick Breaks JHU Season Record for Defensive Saves
Tellier Notches a Pair of Assists
2012: Started all 17 games, scoring eight goals and adding four assists finished second on the team in goals and points, third in assists also had two defensive saves named First Team All-Centennial Conference, Second Team All-South and to NFHCA Senior Game finished career tied for 19th in points (48) and 13th in goals (22) co-captain scored the game-winner and had a defensive save in win over Eastern Mennonite scored the game-winner for second straight game in win at Washington & Lee scored versus Washington College assisted on both goals in shutout of Muhlenberg notched an assist in win over Swarthmore scored in loss to #7 Mary Washington scored in overtime loss at #14 Haverford scored a pair of goals and added an assist in shutout of Bryn Mawr scored and had a defensive save in win over McDaniel.
2011: Played all 18 games and started 15 led team in goals (14) and points (28), both career-highs ranked sixth in the conference in goals and points named First Team All-Centennial Conference and Second Team All-South notched first career goal and hat trick in season-opening win over Kean scored in loss at Babson tallied two goals, including the game-winner, in just over two minutes in come-from-behind win at MIT scored a pair of goals in win over Muhlenberg scored at Swarthmore and #6 TCNJ scored in shutout at Bryn Mawr scored in win at McDaniel scored a pair of goals in win over Gettysburg.
2010: Played 17 games and started five.
2009: Played six games and took five shots in rookie season made collegiate debut in shutout of Virginia Wesleyan.
Personal:Maggie J. Phillips daughter of Allen and Natalie Phillips three-time All-LVIAC selection named to Lehigh Valley All-Area All-Star team also swam and played softball at Whitehall captained all three teams earned All-LVIAC honors as a second baseman as a senior district qualifier in swimming named to NISCA All-Academic squad in swimming majoring in cellular and molecular biology.
Johns Hopkins Beats McDaniel, 2-1
#7 Mary Washington Tops Johns Hopkins, 4-2
Johns Hopkins Takes Down Ursinus, 3-1