4/17/2014

Johns Hopkins-Penn State Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Travel to Happy Valley for Televised Tilt

4/16/2014

Seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins Takes Down UMBC, 10-6

Cermack and DiMartino Combine for Six Goals

4/16/2014

Federico Named ALC Defensive Player of the Week

Freshman Made Career-High Nine Saves in OT Win at NU

04/16/2014
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
04/05/2014
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Florida
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Florida
04/10/14
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
03/13/14
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
02/27/14
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.
 

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Cosette Larash
Cosette Larash

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Crownsville, MD

High School:
Archbishop Spaulding

Height:
5-6

Position:
GK



05/02/2013

Keselman Goal Lifts Ohio State Past Hopkins in ALC Quarterfinals

Taylor Scores Game-High Four Goals for the Blue Jays

05/01/2013

Johns Hopkins ALC Tournament Game Notes

Blue Jays to Host Seventh Annual ALC Tournament

04/28/2013

Hopkins Holds Off Ohio State, 11-10, in Regular Season Finale

Blue Jays Outdraw Buckeyes, 18-5

04/26/2013

Johns Hopkins-Ohio State Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Wrap Up Regular Season in Columbus

04/21/2013

Sixth-ranked Penn State Rallies for 15-14 win at Johns Hopkins

D'Amore Surpasses 100 Career Assists

2012: Played 14 games and started 11, finishing with a 10.57 goals against average and a .377 save percentage in 618:46 of playing time • made five saves and allowed just five goals in 50:43 of action in season-opening win at George Mason • gave up just five goals in win over Denver • stopped six shots and scooped up two ground balls against #12 Loyola • played 15:31 in relief in win over #14 Princeton and made one save while not allowing a goal • came on in relief at #12 Vanderbilt and made six saves in nearly 40 minutes of action • came on in relief and made three saves with four goals allowed versus #12 Virginia • made the start and stopped seven shots with one ground ball in loss at #1 Northwestern • made nine saves and grabbed a pair of ground balls at #10 Penn State • stopped eight shots versus UMBC • made a season-high 11 saves in win over #13 Ohio State • made seven saves with two ground balls in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament • made one save in first half of loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals.

2011: Played every minute in goal for the Blue Jays • posted a 9.94 goals against average with a .405 save percentage • made nine saves, grabbed five ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers in season-opening win over George Mason • made four saves while allowing just four goals in win over Mount St. Mary's • made seven saves with four ground balls and one caused turnover in loss at Princeton • made seven saves with two ground balls in win at Stony Brook • stopped eight of nine shots in win at Towson • made a season-high 12 saves with three ground balls in loss to #13 Georgetown • gave up just five goals and grabbed a pair of ground balls in win over #4 Penn • made five saves in win over George Washington • stopped six shots with one ground ball in win at Drexel • made five saves in loss to #13 Vanderbilt • stopped 10 shots with one ground ball at #6 Florida • made five saves in win at UMBC • made eight saves and grabbed one ground ball in win over #2 Northwestern • stopped seven shots in loss to #13 Penn State • made eight saves with three ground balls at #19 Ohio State • stopped nine shots in ALC Quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State.

2010: Started 16 games in rookie season • finished with a 9.96 goals against average and a .452 save percentage • ranked third in the ALC in both categories • also grabbed 34 ground balls, good for second on the team • Second Team All-ALC • first all-conference goalie for Johns Hopkins since 1998 and just the second freshman goalie in school history to earn all-conference honors since 1984 • made first career collegiate start in season-opening win at George Mason • first freshman goalie to start season opener since March 10, 1995 • made eight saves while allowing just seven goals and grabbed two ground balls against the Patriots • made nine saves and scooped up two ground balls at Georgetown • stopped 11 shots with three ground balls in overtime loss to #9 Princeton • stopped nine shots in win over Harvard • made six saves versus #12 Towson • made five saves in win over Florida • made seven saves and grabbed two ground balls in win at George Washington • made six saves with one ground ball in win over Oregon • posted nine saves, while allowing just one goal, and a career-high four ground balls in win over Drexel • played just over 34 minutes and made five saves at #10 Vanderbilt • made three saves in 45:34 of action in win at Mount St. Mary's • made a career-high 15 saves and scooped up three ground balls at #1 Northwestern • held Wildcats more than five goals below their average • named ALC Rookie and Defensive Player of the Week, as well as womenslacrosse.com Rookie of the Week after posting 11 saves and 10 ground balls in upset win at #17 Penn State • allowed just seven goals and made four of her 11 saves on free position in win over Nittany Lions • stopped five shots, including three on free position, in win over #17 Ohio State • made six saves with two ground balls in ALC Tournament loss to Florida.

Personal:Cosette M. Larash • daughter of William and Louri Larash • grandfather, William Larash, Sr., played lacrosse at Maryland • named Under Armour All-American as a senior despite missing majority of the season due to injury • made 219 saves, earning first team all-county and all-met honors as a junior • also played volleyball • interned at Oyster Recovery Partnership and Phillips Wharf Environmental Center • majoring in global environmental change and sustainability.

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