4/24/2015

Johns Hopkins-Towson Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Visit the Tigers on their Senior Day

4/22/2015

Johns Hopkins Takes Down Rutgers, 14-6

Cook, DiMartino and Kenul Each Tally Four Points

4/21/2015

Johns Hopkins-Rutgers Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Host Scarlet Knights on Senior Day

04/22/2015
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers: Apr. 22
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers
04/15/2015
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Maryland - Apr. 15
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Maryland
04/07/2015
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Stony Brook - April 7
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Stony Brook
04/10/15
Johns Hopkins at UMBC
Emily Kenul totaled five points (1g, 4a) in leading the Blue Jays to a 12-6 win over the Retrievers on April 1
04/10/15
Johns Hopkins versus UC Davis
Jenna Reifler and Kristen Cannon combined for 10 points as the Blue Jays beat the Aggies, 15-5, on March 28
04/10/15
Johns Hopkins versus Georgetown
Shannon Fitzgerald had a hat trick and KC Emerson made 13 saves in an 8-6 win over the Hoyas.
 

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Brooke Lipinski
Brooke Lipinski

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Phoenix, MD

High School:
Maryvale Prep

Height:
5-6

Position:
Defense



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Johns Hopkins-George Washington Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

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Johns Hopkins-Towson Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Host 11th-ranked Tigers on Wednesday Night

2010: Co-captain • started all 17 games • finished with a career-high 20 ground balls, six draws and 16 caused turnovers • grabbed one ground ball in season-opening win at George Mason • tied career-high with four ground balls in the win over Stony Brook • grabbed two ground balls and caused two turnovers in win over Harvard • scooped two ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers in win at George Washington • controlled a pair of draws in win over Oregon • scored first career goal, on free position, and caused two turnovers in loss at #10 Vanderbilt • grabbed two ground balls and caused two turnovers in win at #17 Penn State • scooped up a career-high five ground balls and caused two turnovers in win over #17 Ohio State • named ALC Defensive Player of the Week and to womenslacrosse.com Honor Roll for her performance against the Buckeyes.

2009: Started 16 games • posted career-highs in ground balls (20) and caused turnovers (11) • tied for second on the team in ground balls and third in caused turnovers • grabbed two ground balls and caused two turnovers in loss to #7 Georgetown • scooped up one ground ball and caused one turnover in win over Cincinnati • grabbed three ground balls in win over George Washington • scooped up two ground balls and caused one turnover in loss to #14 Stanford • caused two turnovers and grabbed one ground ball in loss at Towson • scooped up two ground balls and caused two turnovers in loss to #3 Penn • grabbed two ground balls and caused one turnover in loss at #11 Vanderbilt • grabbed two ground balls in ALC Tournament loss to #11 Vanderbilt.

2008: Started 16 games in rookie season, most by any freshman on the team • finished with 16 ground balls, one draw control and 10 caused turnovers • made collegiate debut in win at George Washington • had a career day against #9 Georgetown with four ground balls and three caused turnovers • scooped up two ground balls with one caused turnover in win over Cincinnati • grabbed three ground balls and caused one turnover in win over Ohio State.

Personal: Brooke M. Lipinski • born October 2, 1989 • daughter of Dave and Denise Lipinski • grandfather, Edward, played basketball at Cornell • father, Dave, played baseball at Maryland • brother, David, played lacrosse at Washington College • guided Maryvale to IAAM playoffs in sophomore, junior and senior seasons • named Under Armor All-American as a senior • also played field hockey at Maryvale • won two conference titles and earned all-conference honors three times for field hockey • named Maryvale Athlete of the Year as a senior • economics major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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