4/18/2014

Big Second Half Leads Penn State Past Johns Hopkins

Taylor Notches 100th Career Point

4/17/2014

Johns Hopkins-Penn State Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Travel to Happy Valley for Televised Tilt

4/16/2014

Seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins Takes Down UMBC, 10-6

Cermack and DiMartino Combine for Six Goals

04/16/2014
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
04/05/2014
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Florida
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Florida
04/10/14
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
03/13/14
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
02/27/14
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.
 

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Colleen McCaffrey
Colleen McCaffrey

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mount Sinai, NY

High School:
Mount Sinai

Height:
5-11

Position:
Att.



03/06/2014

Johns Hopkins-George Washington Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Travel to Washington, DC on Saturday

03/04/2014

Johns Hopkins-Towson Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Host 11th-ranked Tigers on Wednesday Night

05/01/2013

Johns Hopkins ALC Tournament Game Notes

Blue Jays to Host Seventh Annual ALC Tournament

04/26/2013

Johns Hopkins-Ohio State Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Wrap Up Regular Season in Columbus

06/13/2012

Women's Lacrosse Season Review Notebook

Blue Jays Advance to ALC Semifinals

Statistically Speaking: In school Division I history, ranks fourth in career goals (141), third in free position goals (30), 12th in assists (35), sixth in points (176), third in draw controls (153), tied for seventh in games played (69) and tied for second in games started (69).

2012: Named Second Team All-ALC, First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and to the ALC Academic Honor Roll • started all 18 games and led the team in goals (40) • finished second in points (48) and draws (44) while also finishing with eight assists and 16 ground balls • scored four goals, dished one assist and controlled four draws in season-opening win at George Mason • notched a hat trick with one helper, two ground balls and two draws in win at Mount St. Mary's • scored a pair of goals and dished an assist with three ground balls and two caused turnovers in win over Denver • scored on only shot and controlled a career-high seven draws against #12 Loyola • scored with one draw control in loss to Stony Brook • tallied final three goals of the game for JHU, including two on free position, in win over #19 Towson • scored a pair of goals and controlled six draws in win at #15 Georgetown • tallied a hat trick and score game-winner with 19 seconds left in win over Harvard • also controlled three draws against the Crimson • notched a hat trick, and scored game-winner, with two draws and four ground balls in win over #14 Princeton • scored a hat trick with two draws at #12 Vanderbilt • had fourth straight game with a hat trick in double overtime loss to #5 Florida • scored a pair of goals, controlled three draws and caused a turnover versus #12 Virginia • totaled four points (2g, 2a) in loss at #1 Northwestern • totaled three points (2g, 1a) with two ground balls, three draws and a caused turnover at #10 Penn State • notched a hat trick versus UMBC • scored two goals and added an assist with two draws in win over #13 Ohio State • tallied a goal and an assist with four draws in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament • controlled three draws in loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals.

2011: Started all 17 games • led team in goals (42), points (54) and free position goals (7) • second on team in draws (38) and also grabbed 19 ground balls • named First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and All-ALC • also selected to ALC All-Tournament Team and ALC and IWLCA Academic Honor Rolls • totaled five points on two goals and a career-high three assists with five draws in season-opening win over George Mason • followed that with a hat trick, one assist and two draws in win over Mount St. Mary's • notched a career-high-tying six points (4g, 2a) with two ground balls and two draws in win at Stony Brook • notched a hat trick with three draws in win at Towson • scored a pair of goals and controlled three draws in loss to #13 Georgetown • scored at Harvard • notched her 100th career point with four goals and two draws in win over #4 Penn • notched second straight hat trick with two ground balls, two draws and one caused turnover in win over George Washington • named WomensLax.com Player of the Week (03-28) • scored three goals with four draws in win at Drexel • had 10-game point streak snapped in loss to #13 Vanderbilt • scored three goals and added one assist with three draws in loss at #6 Florida • notched three points on two goals and one assist, scooped up two ground balls and controlled two draws in win at UMBC • notched a hat trick, all in the second half, on just three shots with one ground ball in win over #2 Northwestern • scored and added two assists with two ground balls and two draws in loss to #13 Penn State • totaled five points on three goals and two assists and controlled two draws at #19 Ohio State • tied a school ALC Tournament record with four goals in ALC Quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State • also scooped up two ground balls and controlled three draws against the Nittany Lions to earn ALC All-Tournament team honors.

2010: Started all 17 games • second on the team in goals (31) and points (42) and third in assists (11) • led team in draws (40) • notched career highs in every statistical category, except for ground balls • Second Team All-ALC and named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored a career-high-tying five goals and personal-best six points in season-opening win at George Mason • also grabbed three ground balls and three draw controls against the Patriots • scored one goal, controlled three draws and grabbed a pair of ground balls at Georgetown • scored in overtime loss to #9 Princeton • had 12-game point and goal-scoring streaks snapped in win over Stony Brook • controlled five draws and caused a pair of turnovers against the Seawolves • scored four goals and added a career-high two assists with three draw controls in win over Harvard • notched a hat trick on just four shots, with two ground balls and three draws in win over Florida • tallied four points on two goals and two assists, with two ground balls and four draw controls in win at George Washington • scored and controlled two draws in loss at #7 Penn • scored, tied career-high with two assists, and grabbed four ground balls in win over Oregon • notched one goal, one assist and four draws in win over Drexel • scored on free position in loss at #10 Vanderbilt • scored a natural hat trick, including one on free position, and grabbed two ground balls in win at Mount St. Mary's • scored a pair of goals in loss at #1 Northwestern • totaled four points on two goals, including one on free position, and two assists in win at #17 Penn State • scored a game-high four goals and totaled five points in win over #17 Ohio State • scored three straight free position goals in second half of win over Buckeyes • controlled two draws in ALC Tournament loss to Florida.

2009: Started all 17 games in rookie season • Second Team All-ALC • member of 2008-09 U.S. Developmental team • second on the team in goals (28), points (32), ground balls (20) and draw controls (31) • was 10-of-14 on free position shots • 10 free position goals are tied for fifth most in a single-season in JHU history • notched 10 multi-point games, including nine multi-goal games • ended season on a nine-game point and goal-scoring streak • tallied three points, grabbed five ground balls and controlled three draws in collegiate debut against George Mason • named ALC Rookie of the Week for performance against the Patriots • scored with two ground balls and two draw controls in loss to #7 Georgetown • scored on free position, grabbed three ground balls and caused two turnovers in loss at #8 Princeton • notched first career hat trick, including two free position goals, with two draw controls in win versus Cincinnati • scooped up two ground balls and controlled two draws at Ohio State • scored a pair of goals and controlled three draws at Oregon • scored and controlled two draws in win over George Washington • controlled three draws in win over UMBC • scored and controlled two draws versus #14 Stanford • scored a pair of goals at Towson • scored on free position in loss to #3 Penn • scored and added one assist at #11 Vanderbilt • notched a pair of goals, one assist and three draw controls in shutout of Fresno State • scored a pair of goals, including one on free position, at #2 Maryland • fueled second-half rally in loss to #1 Northwestern, scoring a career-high five goals in a span of just 10:46 • also had three draw controls against the Wildcats • scored a pair of goals on free position and controlled two draws in loss to #15 Penn State • notched a team-best three points and controlled two draws in ALC Tournament loss to #11 Vanderbilt.

Personal:Colleen M. McCaffrey • born August 21, 1990 • daughter of Keith and Patti McCaffrey • only high school player named to U.S. National team pool in 2008 • scored more than 300 goals and 175 assists in high school • four-time all-league and all-county • guided Mount Sinai to Suffolk County Class C Finals as a sophomore, junior and senior • three-time US Lacrosse All-American and two-time Scholar-Athlete • won gold with the 2007 US Women's Under-19 Team at World Championships • also played volleyball and basketball • Interact Group and Best Buddies Organization volunteer • volunteer with Partnership for Student Affairs • Incentive Mentoring Program Director • Dean's List student majoring in psychology with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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