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    Brooks Lawler
    Brooks Lawler


    Big Lake, Alaska

    High School:
    McDonogh School (Md.)



    Brooks Lawler left Northwestern after her sophomore season in 2013.

    2013: Played in 18 games with three starts in her sophomore season ... Five goals on the year ... Recorded first career draw control in opener vs. UMass ... One free-position goal and one ground ball vs. USC ... One caused turnover in win at Vanderbilt ... Posted her first career two-goal game vs. Boston College ... Earned the first start of her career at Johns Hopkins and notched one free position goal ... One draw control at Navy ... Scored one goal against Harvard ... Notched a caused turnover vs. Penn State ... One draw control vs. Stanford in NCAA Tournament ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2012: Saw extensive time in preseason Champion Challenge event ... Scored on an 8-meter attempt in her collegiate debut, an 18-6 win at Stanford ... One assist against No. 5 Duke ... Contributed one goal and a caused turnover to win over William & Mary.

    High School: Four-year letterwinner and a team captain at McDonogh ... U.S. Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American ... Two-time All-Metro team and a 2010 All-Tewaaraton Team selection ... Only four-year varsity letterwinner for McDonogh ... Scored seven points in a win over St. Anthony's to lift McDonogh to an undisputed No. 1 national ranking (2011) ... Team also was ranked No. 1 nationally in 2010 Played for Baltimore Metro Team I in U.S. Lacrosse Underclass tournament (2009, 2010) ... Member of three consecutive IAAM championship teams ... Played for six years on M&D Lacrosse Club, winning a Galaxy National Championship in 2010 and several other tournaments ... Named a National Merit Scholar, earning Dean's list honors in every semester of her high school career.

    Personal: Born Brooks Ann Lawler ... Daughter of Norman and Anne Lawler ... Comes from a long line of lacrosse players: father (Roanoke), mother (All-American and Hall of Fame inductee at Roanoke), aunt (All-American at Mt. Holyoke), cousin (UMBC) and grandfather (All-American at Princeton) ... Chose Northwestern over Maryland, Florida, Navy, Notre Dame and Duke ... Played ice hockey at the National Bound level for five years ... Majoring in anthropology.


    Lawler's Career Highs

    Goals 2, vs. Boston College (3/6/13)
    Assists 1, at Duke (2/19/12)
    Points 2, vs. Boston College (3/6/13)
    Ground Balls 1, three times, most recent vs. Boston College (3/6/13)
    Draw Controls 1, three times, most recent vs. Stanford (5/12/13)
    Caused Turnovers 1, five times, most recent vs.Penn State (4/5/13)