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2012: Played 14 games and started 11, finishing with a 10.57 goals against average and a .377 save percentage in 618:46 of playing time made five saves and allowed just five goals in 50:43 of action in season-opening win at George Mason gave up just five goals in win over Denver stopped six shots and scooped up two ground balls against #12 Loyola played 15:31 in relief in win over #14 Princeton and made one save while not allowing a goal came on in relief at #12 Vanderbilt and made six saves in nearly 40 minutes of action came on in relief and made three saves with four goals allowed versus #12 Virginia made the start and stopped seven shots with one ground ball in loss at #1 Northwestern made nine saves and grabbed a pair of ground balls at #10 Penn State stopped eight shots versus UMBC made a season-high 11 saves in win over #13 Ohio State made seven saves with two ground balls in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament made one save in first half of loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals.
2011: Played every minute in goal for the Blue Jays posted a 9.94 goals against average with a .405 save percentage made nine saves, grabbed five ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers in season-opening win over George Mason made four saves while allowing just four goals in win over Mount St. Mary's made seven saves with four ground balls and one caused turnover in loss at Princeton made seven saves with two ground balls in win at Stony Brook stopped eight of nine shots in win at Towson made a season-high 12 saves with three ground balls in loss to #13 Georgetown gave up just five goals and grabbed a pair of ground balls in win over #4 Penn made five saves in win over George Washington stopped six shots with one ground ball in win at Drexel made five saves in loss to #13 Vanderbilt stopped 10 shots with one ground ball at #6 Florida made five saves in win at UMBC made eight saves and grabbed one ground ball in win over #2 Northwestern stopped seven shots in loss to #13 Penn State made eight saves with three ground balls at #19 Ohio State stopped nine shots in ALC Quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State.
2010: Started 16 games in rookie season finished with a 9.96 goals against average and a .452 save percentage ranked third in the ALC in both categories also grabbed 34 ground balls, good for second on the team Second Team All-ALC first all-conference goalie for Johns Hopkins since 1998 and just the second freshman goalie in school history to earn all-conference honors since 1984 made first career collegiate start in season-opening win at George Mason first freshman goalie to start season opener since March 10, 1995 made eight saves while allowing just seven goals and grabbed two ground balls against the Patriots made nine saves and scooped up two ground balls at Georgetown stopped 11 shots with three ground balls in overtime loss to #9 Princeton stopped nine shots in win over Harvard made six saves versus #12 Towson made five saves in win over Florida made seven saves and grabbed two ground balls in win at George Washington made six saves with one ground ball in win over Oregon posted nine saves, while allowing just one goal, and a career-high four ground balls in win over Drexel played just over 34 minutes and made five saves at #10 Vanderbilt made three saves in 45:34 of action in win at Mount St. Mary's made a career-high 15 saves and scooped up three ground balls at #1 Northwestern held Wildcats more than five goals below their average named ALC Rookie and Defensive Player of the Week, as well as womenslacrosse.com Rookie of the Week after posting 11 saves and 10 ground balls in upset win at #17 Penn State allowed just seven goals and made four of her 11 saves on free position in win over Nittany Lions stopped five shots, including three on free position, in win over #17 Ohio State made six saves with two ground balls in ALC Tournament loss to Florida.
Personal:Cosette M. Larash daughter of William and Louri Larash grandfather, William Larash, Sr., played lacrosse at Maryland named Under Armour All-American as a senior despite missing majority of the season due to injury made 219 saves, earning first team all-county and all-met honors as a junior also played volleyball interned at Oyster Recovery Partnership and Phillips Wharf Environmental Center majoring in global environmental change and sustainability.