Junior Earns All-America Honors for First Time
DiMartino and Williams Earn First Team Honors
Blue Jay End Season with 14-4 Record
Blue Jays and Nittany Lions to Meet in NCAA First Round
DiMartino and Schweizer Net Hat Tricks for Blue Jays
2015: Named Third Team IWLCA All-America and First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic • started all 18 games and led team in points (52), goals (40), draw controls (58), free position goals (12) and game-winning goals (4) • also ranked third in assists (12) • tallied 18 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers • controlled five draws, scored on free position and assisted on game-winning goal in double overtime win over Marquette • scored twice in loss to #7 Boston College • totaled three points (2g, 1a) in win over George Washington • tallied a hat trick, with a free position goal, and four draws in loss at #14 Loyola • finished with a hat trick and three draws in win over American • notched a hat trick, four points (3g, 1a) and a pair of caused turnovers in win at Hofstra • scored twice and added an assist in win at Furman • scored in win over Georgetown • tallied a hat trick and six draws in win over Vanderbilt • scored, handed out two assists, controlled two draws and grabbed two ground balls in win over UC Davis • scored twice and scooped up two ground balls in win at UMBC • totaled three points (2g, 1a) and two draws in win over seventh-ranked Stony Brook • notched a hat trick and four points with a career-high-tying eight draws in win at Bucknell • scored twice and assisted on a third to go with three draws in loss to top-ranked Maryland • tallied four points (3g, 1a), four draws and three ground balls in win over Rutgers • scored a pair of goals and tied the school record for career free position goals (35) in overtime win at Towson • tallied a hat trick, including game-winning goal, and career-high-tying eight draws in win at #4 Duke • totaled three points (2g, 1a) and controlled six draws in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.
2014: Named First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and Second Team All-ALC • started all 20 games and totaled 49 goals, seven assists, 15 free position goals, 24 ground balls, 59 draws and 12 caused turnovers • led team and set school record in free position goals • ranked second on the team in goals and draws, third in points • tallied a hat trick, four draws, and a pair of ground balls and caused turnovers in season-opening win over Marquette • scored four goals in back-to-back wins over Mount St. Mary’s and Bucknell • controlled a pair of draws in win over #5 Loyola • totaled four points (3g, 1a), three ground balls and three draws in win over American • two of three goals against the Eagles came on free position • notched a hat trick, all in the second half, controlled two draws and picked up two ground balls in win over #11 Towson • scored three goals, including two on free position, handed out and assist, controlled three draws and scooped up three ground balls in win at George Washington • tied career high with four goals and controlled five draws in win over Boston University • scored and controlled two draws in win over Michigan • tallied three goals and a career-best three assists, three draws and three ground balls overtime win at #13 Georgetown • named Inside Lacrosse Brine Player of the Week (03-24) • scored final two goals of regulation, including the game-tying goal with 41 seconds left, against the Hoyas • scored two goals in loss at Vanderbilt • handed out an assist and controlled three draws in loss to #4 Florida • scored a game and career-high five goals, including the game-winner, in win at #3 Northwestern • also controlled three draws against the ‘Cats and two of her three goals came on free position • notched a hat trick with three draws and two ground balls in win over UMBC • scored on free position in loss at #12 Penn State • scored and controlled three draws in win at Old Dominion • scored twice and tied career-high with six draws in win over #10 Ohio State • tallied a hat trick and grabbed four draws in ALC Quarterfinal win over #7 Penn State • scored on free position and handed out an assist, while grabbing a career-high eight draws in ALC Semifinal loss to #3 Florida • named to ALC All-Tournament Team • notched a hat trick in NCAA Tournament loss to Georgetown.
2013: Named ALC Rookie of the Year, Second Team All-ALC, Second Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and to womenslacrosse.com All-Rookie Team • one of just two freshmen named to IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic team • played and started 16 games • totaled 35 goals, three assists, 38 points, 23 ground balls, 47 draws and eight caused turnovers • ranked fourth in ALC in draws and 10th in goals per game (2.19) • led all freshmen in ALC in goals, points, draw and was second in ground balls • scored in first nine games of career and had at least one point in all but one game • scored two goals and controlled four draws in debut versus Old Dominion • scored twice with two draws in win over Mount St. Mary’s • notched a hat trick, all on free position, in upset win at #7 Loyola • totaled four points (2g, 2a) with four draws in loss to #4 Northwestern • tallied back-to-back hat tricks versus #10 Georgetown and George Washington • scored a pair of goals, including game-winner with 2:41 to play, in win at Towson • posted a hat trick in loss at Princeton • scored a pair of goals in overtime loss at American • controlled five draws in overtime win over Vanderbilt • scored and scooped up a career-high five ground balls in loss at #3 Florida • posted three straight hat tricks in games versus #11 Virginia, UMBC and #6 Penn State • also controlled a career-high six draws in upset win over Cavaliers • picked up four ground balls and controlled five draws in win over Retrievers • tied career high with six draws while scoring a pair of goals in win at Ohio State in regular-season finale • scored and controlled four draws in ALC Tournament loss to Ohio State.
Personal: Dene’ M. DiMartino • daughter of Dennis and Michelle DiMartino • led team to 51-18 record in four seasons • led team to county championship while tallying 60 goals and 18 assists as a senior • three-time US Lacrosse All-American and three-time all-county selection • named Under Armour All-American as a senior • named US Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete as a senior • member of USA U-19 training squad • also played four years of basketball and earned all-league honors three times • played four years of soccer and earned all-league honors three times • member of Spanish and National Honor Societies • volunteer at Southampton Hospital • majoring in public health.