Williams Selected for IWLCA North-South Senior All-Star Game

Recent Graduate is 10th JHU Defender Named to All-Star Game


DiMartino Named IWLCA Third-Team All-America

Junior Earns All-America Honors for First Time


Johns Hopkins Places Four on IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Teams

DiMartino and Williams Earn First Team Honors

Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Penn State - May 8
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Penn State
Press Conference: Women's Lacrosse vs. Penn State: May 8
Press Conference: Women's Lacrosse vs. Penn State
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers: Apr. 22
Highlights: Women's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers
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
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
Johns Hopkins versus Georgetown
Shannon Fitzgerald had a hat trick and KC Emerson made 13 saves in an 8-6 win over the Hoyas.

Courtney Schweizer
Courtney Schweizer


Wilmington, DE

High School:
St. Mark's




Johns Hopkins-Penn State Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Host Nittany Lions on Senior Day Sunday


Reifler Goal Sends Johns Hopkins Past 11th-ranked Virginia, 9-8

D'Amore Hands Out Five Assists in Upset Win


2013 Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse Season Preview

Blue Jays Open the Season at Homewood on February 16


Women's Lacrosse Season Review Notebook

Blue Jays Advance to ALC Semifinals


D'Amore's Eight Points Leads Johns Hopkins Past #11 Penn State, 13-12

D'Amore and Taylor Combine for Six Goals and 11 Points

2012: Played 18 games and started 17 • finished with career highs in goals (16), assists (2) and points (18) • also collected 11 ground balls and 15 draws • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored two goals with three draws and two caused turnovers in season-opening win at George Mason • scored and dished an assist with two draws in win at Mount St. Mary's • had a career game in the win over Denver with first career hat trick, an assist, two ground balls and three draws • had four-game goal scoring streak snapped in loss to #12 Loyola • notched a hat trick in loss to Stony Brook • controlled two draws in win over #19 Towson • scored three goals with two ground balls in win at #15 Georgetown • scored twice in win over #14 Princeton • scored with two ground balls and a caused turnover at #12 Vanderbilt • controlled a pair of draws versus UMBC • grabbed two ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers in win over #13 Ohio State • scored on free position in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament.

2011: Played 17 games and started seven • grabbed 18 ground balls • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • scored on free positions and added one assist with two ground balls in season-opening win over George Mason • scored on only shot of game in win over Mount St. Mary's • caused one turnover in loss at Princeton • grabbed a career-high three ground balls in win at Towson • controlled one draw in loss to #13 Georgetown • caused one turnover in win over George Washington • made first career start and grabbed a pair of ground balls with one caused turnover in win at Drexel • tied career high with three ground balls in win at UMBC • grabbed a pair of ground balls at #19 Ohio State • scored first two goals of game and grabbed a pair of ground balls in ALC Quarterfinal loss to #17 Penn State.

2010: Played 15 games and started five in rookie season • scored two goals and dished one assist to go along with seven ground balls, five draws and four caused turnovers in rookie season • made collegiate debut at Georgetown • tallied first career collegiate point, an assist, in win over Florida • scored first career collegiate goal in win at George Washington • scored on only shot of game in win over Oregon • caused one turnover in win over Drexel • controlled one draw and grabbed one ground ball in loss at #10 Vanderbilt • grabbed two ground balls and controlled one draw in the win at Mount St. Mary's • grabbed one ground ball and one draw in ALC Tournament loss to Florida.

Personal:Courtney A. Schweizer • daughter of Paul and Lori Schweizer • father played football at Delaware • four-time First Team All-Delaware selection and two-time US Lacrosse First Team All-American • US Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete as a senior • helped team to state final four three times, including state title game as a freshman • also played field hockey and basketball and ran cross country and indoor track • helped cross country team to state title and earned all-state honors • volunteers at ATI Physical Therapy and Union Memorial Hospital • Dean's List studen with a double major in psychological and brain sciences.

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