DiMartino and Emerson Named 2015 Women's Lacrosse Captains

Pair to Lead Blue Jays in First Season as Independent Since 2001


Singleton To Be Inducted into Greater Baltimore Chapter of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Ceremony Scheduled for January 17 in Phoenix, Maryland


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HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.

Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor


Farnham, England

High School:
St. Catherine's



Statistically Speaking: Ranks 19th in school history in career points (75) and 16th in goals (64).

2013: Played for Team England at 2013 FIL World Cup • earned First Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic and IWLCA Academic Honor Roll accolades • started all 17 games and posted career highs in goals (43), points (46), ground balls (18), draws (27) and caused turnovers (15) • led team in goals; ranked second in points, free-position goals (7) and caused turnovers; fourth in draws • ranked third in ALC in goals per game (2.53), 12th in points per game (2.71), 13th in caused turnovers per game (0.88) • opened season with a hat trick, three ground balls and two caused turnovers in win over Old Dominion • scored career-high five goals in win over Mount St. Mary's • followed with four goals and career-best three caused turnovers in win over Bucknell • tallied three points (2g, 1a) in loss to #4 Northwestern • scored and caused a pair of turnovers in loss to #10 Georgetown • scored twice to go with two ground balls, two draws and two caused turnovers in win over George Washington • totaled four goals, two ground balls and two draws in win at Towson • tallied two goals in three straight games versus Princeton, American and Vanderbilt • controlled a career-high four draws in overtime win over Commodores • scored two goals and caused two turnovers in upset of #11 Virginia • totaled five points (4g, 1a) in win over UMBC • notched back-to-back hat tricks versus #6 Penn State and Ohio State (regular season) • scored four goals in ALC Tournament loss to Ohio State • named to ALC All-Tournament Team.

2012: Played 16 games, scoring a career high 13 goals and 15 points • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored two goals, including one free position, with one draw in season-opening win at George Mason • tallied first career hat trick and added an assist in win at Mount St. Mary's • dished an assist with two draw controls and a caused turnover in loss to Stony Brook • scored on free position in win over Harvard • scored with one ground ball in double overtime loss to #5 Florida • scored on free position in loss at #1 Northwestern • controlled a draw at #10 Penn State • caused a turnover in win over #13 Ohio State • notched a hat trick in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament • scored a pair of goals in loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals.

2011: Played 16 games and scored eight goals with six assists • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • notched first career assist with one ground ball and one caused turnover in season-opening win over George Mason • scored first career goal and added one assist with two draws in win over Mount St. Mary's • scored a team-high two goals in loss at Princeton • named ALC Rookie of the Week (03-01) • dished a career-high two assists and scored on free position in loss to #13 Georgetown • scored a pair of goals at Harvard • scored in loss to #13 Vanderbilt • scored and controlled a pair of draws in loss at #6 Florida • tallied one assist with one draw and one ground ball in win at UMBC • grabbed three ground balls and caused a career-high two turnovers in win over #2 Northwestern • dished one assist with one ground ball and three draws in ALC Quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State.

Personal: Sarah J. C. Taylor • daughter of Brian and Caroline Taylor • captained St. Catherine's School to final of English National Schools Championship in March 2010 • member of England U-19 squad • member of England Senior Elite squad since September 2008 • played for England South in the U-19 Territorial Tournament in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and captained team to the title at 2009 tournament • played for Scotland in the U-19 World Cup in 2007 and named MVP in match against Wales • played for the Surrey Schools U-19 team from 2007 to 2009, during which the team was undefeated • also competed in swimming, tennis, netball and rounders • Dean's List student majoring in biology.

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