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


Tucker Announces 2015 Women's Lacrosse Schedule

Blue Jays to Open Season on February 8 in Houston

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.

Dene' DiMartino
Dene' DiMartino


Manorville, NY

High School:
Eastport South Manor




DiMartino and Emerson Named 2015 Women's Lacrosse Captains

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


Four Blue Jays Named to IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Teams

Cermack, D'Amore and DiMartino Named to First Team


Georgetown Edges Johns Hopkins, 9-8, in Overtime

D'Amore Dishes Six Assists, Eclipses 300 Career Points


Third-Ranked Florida Downs Johns Hopkins, 11-6, in ALC Semifinals

Blue Jays Await Possible NCAA Tournament Berth


D'Amore Named ALC Offensive Player of the Year

Four Blue Jays Named All-ALC

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 grabbed 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 • grabbed 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.

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