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    Colleen Magarity
    Colleen Magarity

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Oreland, Pa.

    High School:
    Germantown Academy

    Height:
    5-4

    Position:
    M



    2011: Team captain and defensive leader who started all 23 games in her senior season ... Third-team IWLCA All-American, first-team All-West Region and first-team All-American Lacrosse Conference honoree ... Also named to the All-Tournament teams for NCAA Championship and ALC Championship ... Set career highs with 31 ground balls, 17 draw controls and 13 caused turnovers on the year ... Collected a career-best four ground balls at Johns Hopkins (4/16) ... Scored her first goal since freshman year in a 12-11 win vs. No. 7 Stanford (4/24) ... One assist on the year vs. Penn (4/10) ... Caused a season-high three turnovers in NCAA quarterfinal win vs. Albany and had two in national semifinals vs. North Carolina ... Helped NU post an 8.57 goals against average on the year -- eighth-best in Division I -- and helped keep opponents to fewer than 10 goals in six of the last seven games ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2010: Key member of the Northwestern defensive backfield, starting all 22 games for the Wildcats ... All-American Lacrosse Conference second team selection ... Helped Northwestern hold opponents to just 8.78 goals per game, the ninth-lowest total in the country ... Ranked fourth on the team with 17 caused turnovers, including a pair at Stanford (2/26), at Syracuse (3/21), against Notre Dame (3/30), at Penn State (4/11) and against the Nittany Lions in the ALC tournament semifinal (5/7) ... Tallied 26 ground balls, highlighted by three each against the Cardinal, Orange and Nittany Lions ... Won 11 draw controls, marked by a pair against the Fighting Irish ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2009: A key reserve for the Wildcats, played in 22 games in a defensive role ... Set a new personal-high with six ground balls, including a pair at Penn State in the ALC championship game (5/2), a new career-best ... Caused a turnover against Ohio State (4/22) and against North Carolina in the NCAA championship game (5/24) ... Won a draw control against Massachusetts in the NCAA first round victory (5/10) ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2008: Played in 17 games in her freshman campaign ... Netted her first career goal in the victory over North Carolina (4/20) ... Scooped up three ground balls, won a pair of draw controls and caused a turnover.

    High School: Two-time All-American ... Totaled 264 goals, 117 assists and 381 points ... Owns school records in both career goals and points ... Set single-season goals record with 94 and points record with 147 ... Four-time all-league selection ... Three-time first-team all-area ... 2007 Tri-State Lacrosse Player of the Year ... 2007 Times Herald Lacrosse Player of the Year ... 2007 Philadelphia Inquirer Athlete of the year ... Ranked as nation's No. 8 recruit by Inside Lacrosse ... Member of USA U-19 World Cup team ... Under Armour All-American ... Also competed in soccer and basketball ... Two-time all-league selection in basketball ... 2007 all-area ... Member of Ultimate Goal Lax club team ... Four-year Scholar Athlete ... Member of Dean's List.

    Personal: Born Colleen E. Magarity ... Daughter of Joseph and Lisa Magarity ... Attended same high school as Alvin Williams of the NBA ... Majoring in human development and psychological services.

    Magarity's Career Statistics

    Season GP-S G A Pts SOG FP GB DC CT
    2011 23-23
    1 1 2 3 0-0
    31 17 13
    2010 22-22
    0 1 1 0 0-0
    26 11 17
    2009 22-0 0
    0
    0
    0 0-0 6 1 2
    2008 17-0 1 0 1 3 0-0 3 2 1
    Totals 84-45 2 2 4 6 0-0 66 31 33

    Magarity's Career Highs

    Goals 1, two times (most recent vs. Stanford, 4/24/11)
    Assists 1, two times (most recent vs. Penn, 4/10/11)
    Points 1, four times (most recent vs. Stanford, 4/24/11)
    Ground Balls 4, vs. Johns Hopkins (4/16/11)
    Draw Controls 3, vs. California (3/11/11)
    Caused Turnovers 2, five times (most recent vs. Penn State, 5/7/10)