Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse to Host Bull Roast

Blue Jays to Host Annual Bull Roast on February 14


DiMartino and Emerson Named 2015 Women's Lacrosse Captains

Pair to Lead Blue Jays in First Season as Independent Since 2001


Singleton To Be Inducted into Greater Baltimore Chapter of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Ceremony Scheduled for January 17 in Phoenix, Maryland

HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.

Brianna Cronin
Brianna Cronin


Arlington, MA

High School:




Johns Hopkins-Georgetown Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays to Face 13th-ranked Hoyas Under the Lights Friday


Johns Hopkins-George Washington Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Travel to Washington, DC on Saturday


Johns Hopkins-Towson Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Host 11th-ranked Tigers on Wednesday Night

2010: Played all 17 games and started one • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored 13 goals and added two assists • also grabbed a career-high 13 ground balls • caused one turnover, grabbed one ground ball and controlled one draw in season-opening win at George Mason • scored a pair of goals and grabbed two ground balls at Georgetown • scored in win over Harvard • notched first hat trick of the season in loss to 12th-ranked Towson • tallied a hat trick with two ground balls in win over Florida • scored two goals and added one assist in win at George Washington • scored in loss at seventh-ranked Penn • scored and tied career-high with two ground balls in win over Drexel • grabbed three ground balls and caused one turnover in the win at Mount St. Mary's • tallied one assist in win at #17 Penn State.

2009: Played 17 games and started six • finished third on the team with a career-high 17 goals • scored in season-opening win over George Mason, first game back after tearing ACL on March 27, 2008 • led the team with two goals, including one free position, in loss to #7 Georgetown • also grabbed a career-high two ground balls against the Hoyas • scored a game and career-high four goals on four shots, including three in the second half, with two ground balls in loss at #8 Princeton • notched one goal with one caused turnover in win over Cincinnati • scooped up two ground balls at Ohio State • scored a free position goal at Oregon • notched a hat trick, all in the second half, in win over George Washington • scored a pair of goals, including one on a free position, in win over UMBC • notched two goals and grabbed two ground balls in loss at Towson • scored on only shot of game in loss at #2 Maryland.

2008: Played eight games befores suffering a season-ending knee injury • finished with nine goals, three ground balls, seven draws and two caused turnovers • scored two goals in collegiate debut at George Mason • notched two goals in win at George Washington • scored in loss to #7 Princeton • scored, with one draw control, one ground ball and one caused turnover in loss to #9 Georgetown • notched one goal with one draw control in win over Towson • scored on a free position shot with one ground ball and one draw control in loss to #2 Maryland • six-game goal streak broken in win over #16 Oregon • just the fifth player in Johns Hopkins Division I history to score in each of first five games • scored and controlled two draws, a career-high, before suffering a season-ending injury late in the win over Cincinnati.

Personal: Brianna M. Cronin • born November 1, 1988 • daughter of Lawrence and Patricia Cronin • sister, Emily, played ice hockey at Amherst College • brother, Eric, played lacrosse at St. Anselm College • scored 218 points (180g, 38a) in final two seasons at Arlington • two-time Greater Boston League and Eastern Mass Girl's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Star • captain and MVP of team as a junior and senior • two-time Boston Globe All-Scholastic team • also played ice hockey and soccer for Arlington • three-time all-star in ice hockey • interned at the Massachusetts State House • sociology major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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