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    Maggie Bremer
    Maggie Bremer

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Upper Arlington, Ohio

    High School:
    Upper Arlington

    Height:
    5-5

    Position:
    M



    Career: Competed in 75 games during her Wildcat career with 37 starts ... A mainstay on the defense, finishes her career with 50 ground balls, 33 caused turnovers and 24 draw controls ... Added four goals and four assists offensively.

    2010: Major factor in the Northwestern defensive backfield as a senior, playing in 21 games with 14 starts ... Team captain ... Named ALC Defensive Player of the Week on March 8 ... Had a homecoming to remember against Penn State (5/7) in the semifinals of the ALC Championship in Columbus, Ohio, notching two goals and adding a pair of assists ... Added an assist against Florida (5/2) in the regular season finale ... Set personal-bests in ground balls (21), draw controls (17) and caused turnovers (14) ... Won a career-high five draw controls at California (2/28) to go along with a pair of ground balls ... Scooped up five grounders at Penn State (4/11) ... Tied a personal-best with three caused turnovers at Stanford (2/26) and at Ohio State (3/24) ... Forced a pair of turnovers at Syracuse (3/21) and at Duke (4/3) ... Won a pair of draws against Johns Hopkins (4/16) and North Carolina (4/18) ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2009: A major contributor to the Wildcat defense, played in all 23 games with 13 starts ... Helped lead a defensive unit with gave up just 6.83 goals per game, the second-lowest total in the nation ... Recorded 20 ground balls and caused 11 turnovers including a pair at Georgetown (3/7), at Virginia (4/19) and against Penn (4/25) ... Tallied the first assist of her career, setting up Hannah Nielsen in the second half against Syracuse (3/22) ... Won a draw control in the season opener against Denver (1/23) ... Earned second-team All-American Lacrosse Conference honors ... Named the ALC Defensive Player of the Week on Feb. 23 and March 25 ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2008: A constant on defense for the Wildcats, playing in all 22 games with 10 starts ... Was part of the second-ranked defensive unit in the country which held opponents to just seven goals per game ... Stepped up big in two victories over Syracuse, helping to hold Katie Rowan, the nation's leading scorer, to no points and just three shots combined in the two meetings ... Connected on a crucial free position shot in the victory against Georgetown (3/28) ... Scooped up seven ground balls, including a career-high three at Penn State (4/13) ... Won six draw controls, including three in the victory at Duke (4/6) ... Named to the NCAA all-tournament team ... Earned WomensLax.com Co-Player of the Week honors on April 1 ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2007: Saw action in 10 games ... Scored one goal in the win over Ohio State (4/27) ... Caused two turnovers in the ALC Tournament win over Penn State (5/4) ... Totaled two ground balls and three caused turnovers on the season.

    High School: 2006 All-America selection ... 2005 Ohio State Tournament Offensive MVP, leading her team to back-to-back state titles ('04, '05)... Had 45 goals and 19 assists in her senior season at Upper Arlington ... Named to the all-district and state all-tournament teams in 2004 and '05 and a two-time Great Lakes National Team member ... A first-team Galaxy all-American ... Also earned two letters in basketball ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Honor Roll all four years ... Also considered Denver, Notre Dame and Columbia.

    Personal: Born Maggie Bremer ... Daughter of Don and Diane Bremer ... Played with current Wildcat Kristen McCandlish in high school ... Major is radio/television/film.

    Bremer's Career Statistics

    Year GP-S G A PTS GB DC CT
    2010 21-14 2 3 5 21 17 14
    2009 23-13 0 1 1 20 1 11
    2008 21-10 1 0 1 7 6 5
    2007 10-0 1 0 1 2 0 3
    Totals 75-37 4 4 8 50 24 33

    Bremer's Career Highs

    Goals 2, vs. Penn State (5/7/10)
    Assists 2, vs. Penn State (5/7/10
    Points 4, vs. Penn State (5/7/10)
    Ground Balls 5, at Penn State (4/11/10)
    Draw Controls 5, at California (2/28/10
    Caused Turnovers 3, three times (most recent at Ohio State, 3/24/10)