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
Blue Jays travel to Fourth-Ranked Blue Devils on Sunday
2015: Named Second Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic • started all 18 games and played 795 minutes in goal • posted a 7.01 goals against average and a .497 save percentage while going 13-2 • made three saves in first half of double overtime win over Marquette • made four saves in first half of loss to #7 Boston College • made two saves and allowed just one goal in win over George Washington • turned away five shots and had three ground balls in win over American • made 10 saves and grabbed three ground balls in win at Hofstra • made season-high 13 saves and scooped up three ground balls in win over Georgetown • made nine saves and allowed just three goals in win over Vanderbilt • made a pair of saves in the first half of win over UC Davis • made five saves and caused a turnover in win at UMBC • made four saves in win over seventh-ranked Stony Brook • made four saves in loss to top-ranked Maryland • turned away eight shots and had a pair of ground balls in win over Rutgers • made 10 saves with two ground balls in overtime win at Towson • made six saves and had two ground balls in win at #4 Duke • stopped five shots in just over 33 minutes of action in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.
2014: Played 14 games and started 12 • played 517:12 minutes in goal while posting a 7.07 goals against average, a .479 save percentage and a 9-1 record • started and made three saves in 37:03 of action in season-opening win over Marquette • played the first half of win at Mount St. Mary’s, caused a pair of turnovers and grabbed three ground balls • made a pair of saves in 32:13 of action in win over Bucknell • made five saves and picked up four ground balls while allowing just five goals in win over #5 Loyola • played the first half and made two saves in win over American • made six saves and scooped up a pair of ground balls in win over #11 Towson • made a career-high 16 saves in win at George Washington • made five saves in win over Boston University • made three saves and grabbed two ground balls in first half of win over Michigan • made seven saves in nearly 42 minutes of action in loss at Vanderbilt • made four saves in nearly 47 minutes of action in loss to #4 Florida.
2013: Played six games and finished with a 7.89 goals against average and a .486 save percentage • made three saves in second half of win over Bucknell • made a pair of saves in win over George Washington • posted six saves and earned win over Vanderbilt in overtime • stopped six shots in loss at #3 Florida.
2012: Played 11 games and started seven in rookie season, finishing with a 9.51 goals against average and a .448 save percentage in 466:57 of playing time • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • made collegiate debut in season-opening win at George Mason, playing 9:17 and making one save with one goal allowed • made four saves to earn the win at Mount St. Mary’s • came off the bench and made nine saves in loss to Stony Brook • made six saves, including four in the second half, in win over #19 Towson • named ALC and SynapseSports.com National Rookie of the Week (03-13) • made a career-high 13 saves, including six on free position, with one caused turnover and two ground balls in win at #15 Georgetown • made five saves and picked up two ground balls in win over Harvard • made four saves with one ground ball in win over #14 Princeton • made a pair of saves in just over 20 minutes of action at #12 Vanderbilt • stopped nine shots with a career-high five ground balls and a caused turnover in double overtime loss to #5 Florida • made five saves in 36:40 versus #12 Virginia • made three saves in the second half of loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Quarterfinals.
Personal: Katherine C. Emerson • daughter of John and Debbie Emerson • brother, Matt, plays lacrosse at Messiah • grandfather, Richard Lewis, played football at Maryland • cousin, Michael Emerson, plays lacrosse at Mercer • First Team US Lacrosse All-American as a senior • led Sherwood to regional finals as a junior and senior • two-time captain • three-time all-county and two-time Washington Post Honorable Mention All-Met • three-year letter winner for volleyball and led team to state title in 2010 • two-year letter winner for basketball • played club lacrosse for M&D Lax Club • interned with Dominion Group in summer 2014 • performed mission work in Uganda in 2010 • Dean’s List student majoring in economics.