Milestones Highlight Blue Jays' Centennial Conference Victory
Highest Ranking in Program History for Blue Jay Women
Five Honored at Senior Awards Banquet
Senior Named ECAC Player of the Year, Joined by Two Other Blue Jays on First Team
Suter Grabs Midfielder of the Year Honors
Women's soccer defeated Gettysburg for the 2011 Centennial Conference Crown.
The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team hosted the first and second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
2010: Started all 24 games led Centennial Conference in points (33), goals (13), game-winning goals (5) and shots (102) registered a point in 15 different contests, including hat trick against Bryn Mawr ECAC South All-Star NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team selection one of four Blue Jays to earn First Team All-Centennial Conference honors Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week (11/1).
2009: One of five players to start all 23 games for Blue Jays All-Centennial Conference Second Team selection led team in points (28), goals (11), game-winning goals (6) and shots (73) her 28 points tied her for sixth in JHU single-season history also recorded six assists assisted on Allie Zazzali's goal against No. 1 Messiah in NCAA Elite Eight netted goal against No. 12 Middlebury that sent the Blue Jays to the NCAA Elite Eight assisted on Erin Stafford's game-winning goal in second round of NCAA Tournament against Eastern added an assist against Cabrini in NCAA First Round notched two goals and an assist in back-to-back games against Bryn Mawr and McDaniel.
2008: Played in all 23 games and in 16 All-Centennial Conference First Team n amed Third Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region by the NSCAA and was the only freshman honored Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week (10/13) seventh in JHU single-season points after recording 27 as a rookie scored her first career goal against Meredith notched a goal and an assist against Hamline recorded a goal at Misericordia registered a goal and an assist against Frostburg State had two goals against Haverford scored the game-winner at Gettysburg had a goal against Franklin & Marshall added her ninth goal of the season at Muhlenberg had a goal at McDaniel recorded an assist against Ursinus headed in the game-winner over Muhlenberg in the Centennial Conference Semifinals to advance Hopkins to i ts fourth consecutive conference championship game tallied the winning goal against Meredith in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
High School: Recorded 52 goals and 26 assists in her career earned all-metro, all-county, all-state and all-region honors her senior year team won state championship her senior season played one year of lacrosse.
Personal: Erica K. Suter born November 18, 1989 daughter of Joseph and Kristina Suter member of the National Honor Society and a Maryland Distinguished Scholar majoring in international studies.