D'Amore Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

D'Amore is First JHU Women's Lacrosse Player to Earn Prestigious Scholarship


Tucker Named IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year

Tucker Earns Honor for Fifth Time


D'Amore, Schweizer Honored by Inside Lacrosse

D'Amore Honored by ECAC, Lacrosse Magazine and WomensLax.com

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

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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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