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    Casey Donohoe
    Casey Donohoe

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Jarrettsville, Md.

    High School:
    Notre Dame Prep

    Height:
    5-9

    Position:
    M



    Career: A constant scoring threat for the Wildcats, played in 71 games with 45 starts ... Finished with 87 goals in her NU career, tallying 78 goals and adding nine assists.

    2009: Played in 20 games with nine starts for Northwestern ... One of nine Wildcats to record double-digit goal totals, finishing with 15 on the year ... Tied a career-high with four goals at Duquesne (2/17) ... Notched a pair of goals at Notre Dame (2/20), at North Carolina (3/2) and against California (4/4) ... Added an assist in the NCAA first round victory over Massachusetts (5/10) ... Registered 13 ground balls, eight draw controls and four caused turnovers on the year.

    2008: A constant in the Wildcat lineup, starting all 22 games ... Recorded a career-high 39 goals and four assists on the year, finishing with 43 points ... Registered at least one point in all but three games ... Tied a career-high with four goals in the victories over Duquesne (3/7) and Ohio State (3/14) ... Recorded hat-tricks at Rutgers (2/24), against North Carolina (4/20), in the NCAA quarterfinal victory over Princeton (5/17) and in the semifinal win over Syracuse (5/23) ... Was 3-of-5 on free position shots including going 2-for-2 against the Buckeyes ... Scooped up a career-high 20 ground balls, including three apiece in the victories over Penn State in the ALC semifinals (5/3) and Notre Dame in the NCAA first round (5/11) ... Won a career-best 33 draw controls including five against Vanderbilt (3/30) and four each at California (2/17) and at Syracuse (3/24) ... Set a new personal-best with eight caused turnovers.

    2007: Played in 21 games with 14 starts ... Finished sixth on team with 21 goals ... Also had three assists for 24 points ... Had four multiple-goal games, including two four-goal games against California (4/9) and Ohio State (4/27) ... Had two goals against Duke (4/7) and Penn State (4/14) ... Connected on 1-of-3 free-position attempts ... Was sixth on the team with 16 draw controls, recording three against California (4/9), including five other games with two.

    2006: Appeared in eight games for the Wildcats in her first season ... Tallied three goals and one assist ... Recorded her first career point in assist fashion in the win over Ohio (3/4) ... Netted her first career goal in the regular-season win over Vanderbilt (5/5) ... Also scored goals in both NCAA Tournament wins over Stanford (5/14) and North Carolina (5/20) ... Also recorded one ground ball, two draw controls and two caused turnovers on the season.

    High School: Helped team win league title and earn top-10 national ranking in lacrosse ... Three-time MYLA All-Star Team member ... High school coach was Mary Bartel ... also played basketball and field hockey at Notre Dame Prep ... Captain of Blazers basketball team ... All-star selection for state playoff field hockey team ... Second-team all-county in field hockey ... All-star selection for badminton team ... Finished runner-up in doubles at state badminton tournament ... Club lacrosse team was Skywalkers ... High honor roll student.

    Personal: Born Casey Leigh Donohoe ... Daughter of Jayne and Michael Donohoe ... Mother played three sports in college (West Chester) and won a national championship in lacrosse ... Father played basketball at Widener and competed for NCAA Division II national championship ... Club teammates with NU teammate Meghan Plunkett ... Major is radio/television/film.

    Donohoe's Career Statistics

    Year GP-S G A PTS GB DC CT
    2009 20-9 15 1 16 13 8 4
    2008 22-22 39 4 43 20 33 8
    2007 21-14 21 3 24 2 16 1
    2006 8-0 3 1 4 1 2 1
    Totals 71-45 78 9 87 36 59 14

    Donohoe's Career Highs

    Goals 4, five times (most recent at Duquesne, 2/17/09)
    Assists 1, nine times (most recent vs. Massachusetts, 5/10/09)
    Points 4, six times (most recent at Duquesne, 2/17/09)
    Ground Balls 3, two times (most recent vs. Notre Dame, 5/11/08)
    Draw Controls 5, vs. Vanderbilt (3/30/08)
    Caused Turnovers 2, at Hofstra (2/26/08)