Pair to Lead Blue Jays in First Season as Independent Since 2001
Johns Hopkins Named 2014 IWLCA Academic Honor Squad
Blue Jays Are Making First NCAA Appearance Since 2007
Blue Jays Face Top-Seeded Gators in ALC Semifinals
Blue Jays Battle the Nittany Lions in the ALC Quarterfinals
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 grabbed 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 grabbed 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 with 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.