CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • First Team IWLCA All-American (2008) • Second Team IWLCA All-American (2007) • Second Team InsideLacrosse.com All-American (2007, 2008) • Second Team WomensLacrosse.com All-American (2008) • First Team IWLCA All Mid-Atlantic Region (2007, 2008) • United States Developmental Team Member (2008-09) • CAA 25th Anniversary Team • CAA Scholar Athlete for Women’s Lacrosse (2007) • CAA Player of the Year (2008) • First Team All-CAA (2007, 2008) • Second Team All-CAA (2006) • Tewaaraton Award Nominee (2008) • CAA Preseason Player of the Year (2009) • CAA Rookie of the Year (2006) • CAA All-Rookie Team (2006) • CAA All-Tournament Team (2008) • Towson University Female Athlete of the Year (2007-08) • Towson University Female Rookie of the Year (2005-06) • Tewaaraton Trophy Preseason Watch List (2008, 2009) • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II Second Team (2007, 2008) • CAA Commissioner’s List (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING: Starter in 52 of 54 career games ... ranks fourth in school history with 148 goals and 203 points ... holds school career records for draw controls (257) and caused turnovers (111) ... ranks fourth in school history with 156 ground balls ... only active player on CAA's 25th Anniversary Team ... recorded second-highest point total in school history as a junior with 86 points ... has recorded a point in all 54 games of her career ... finished 2009 season with streak of 48 straight games with at least one goal, longest active streak in NCAA Division I ... set NCAA record by averaging 6.29 draw controls per game as a freshman ... ranks third in NCAA history with 257 career draw controls.
2009 SEASON: Second year co-captain who was named as CAA Preseason Player of the Year ... started first three games before suffering season-ending injury against Loyola (Md.) ... scored eight goals with five assists ... tallied 200th point of college career in 15-12 loss against Greyhounds ... scored three goals with two assists in season-opening win over Mount St. Mary’s ... added three goals with an assist against UMBC ... also set career high with eight ground balls against Retrievers ... had two goals with two assists against Loyola (Md.) before injury ... named to Tewaaraton Trophy Preseason Watch List for second straight year ... member of CAA Commissioner’s List.
2008 SEASON: Co-captain who started all 19 games at midfield ... one of 18 nominees for Tewaaraton Award ... earned first team All-America honors by IWLCA ... received second team All-America notice from womenslacrosse.com and insidelacrosse.com ... selected as Towson University Female Athlete of the Year ... honored as CAA Player of the Year, becoming third player in conference history to earn Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year notice in career ... first team All-CAA selection ... one of four Tigers named to CAA All-Tournament Team ... earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II second team honors ... led Colonial Athletic Association and ranked 10th in NCAA Division I with 86 points ... also led CAA in draw controls, ground balls and caused turnovers ... ranked second in CAA with 24 assists ... ranked second in CAA with 62 goals ... scored three or more goals in 15 games ... scored at least two goals in all 19 games ... converted 15 of 20 free-position attempts during season, including first six in a row ... earned CAA Player of the Week honors twice ... led Tigers to first win over Loyola in 25 years with three-goal, two-assist effort ... named CAA Player of the Week for second straight week after scoring seven goals with four assists in wins over American and George Washington ... scored four goals in back-to-back games against George Washington and Johns Hopkins ... tied career high with five goals against Hofstra, James Madison and William & Mary ... became the seventh player in school history to score 100 career goals with three-goal effort at Richmond ... had three goals and two assists in win over Drexel ... recorded seven ground balls in win over American ... also tied career high with three assists against Eagles ... tallied five caused turnovers in back-to-back games against James Madison and William & Mary ... recorded season-high eight draw controls in win over Richmond ... started season by making first six free-position attempts ... scored four goals with one assist in CAA semi-final win over George Mason ... tallied three goals in CAA Championship Game win over William & Mary ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.
2007 SEASON: Started all 15 games for the Tigers ... named first team All-Colonial Athletic Association ... earned second team IWLCA/U.S. Lacrosse All-America honors ... selected to IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic regional first team ... earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II second team honors ... honored as CAA Scholar-Athlete for women’s lacrosse ... led Tigers with 48 goals and 12 assists ... led CAA and ranked second in nation in ground balls per game with 3.73 average ... ranked sixth nationally in draw controls per game with 3.73 average, which led CAA ... led CAA in caused turnovers per game with 2.73 average, which ranked second in NCAA Division I ... ranked second in CAA with 3.20 goal per game average ... scored at least two goals in 14 of 15 games ... recorded career-high five goals in season-opening victory against American and against 14th-ranked Syracuse ... had four goals with two assists in win at George Mason ... tallied four goals against Loyola in overtime loss ... had four goals and an assist at James Madison ... recorded four-goal, one-assist effort at Hofstra in CAA finale ... scored three goals with an assist in overtime victory against Richmond ... also had career-high seven ground balls against Spiders ... tallied three goals with two assists in home victory against Drexel ... also had three-goal effort against Johns Hopkins ... scored three goals and recorded six draw controls at George Washington ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.
2006 SEASON: Played in all 17 games while making 15 starts ... named Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year ... earned second team All-CAA status in first season ... led the nation by averaging 6.29 draw controls per game, setting an NCAA single-season record ... emerged as a scoring threat by scoring 30 goals and 44 points ... ranked second on the team with 14 assists ... broke the NCAA single-season record with 107 draw controls, eclipsing the record held by Georgetown’s Gloria Lozano ... tallied multiple goals in 10 of 17 games ... set career high with four goals against Richmond on March 27 ... tied career high with two assists against American and William & Mary ... tied career high with 11 draw controls in win over Drexel and was named CAA Rookie of the Week ... opened college career with two-goal, two-assist effort against American along with nine draw controls to earn CAA Rookie of the Week award ... honored as Towson University’s Female Rookie of the Year ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.
AT QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Queen Anne’s County ... two-time All-America lacrosse pick for Coach Beth Armstrong ... helped the Lions to a conference championship ... All-Mid Atlantic selection ... also played basketball and lacrosse ... named as the conference Player of the Year in all three sports ... first basketball player in school history to score 1,000 career points ... named to National Honor Society and served as president and vice president.
PERSONAL: Career goal is to become a Physician’s Assistant ... lists her sister, Courtney, as the person she most admires ... volunteers at a local hospital … enjoys reading, cooking and rock climbing ... served as a coach for Greene Turtle club lacrosse team during the summer in addition to working as a dock hand and sales associate ... lists favorite athlete as Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens ... lists “Twilight” by Stephanie Myers as her favorite book ... favorite movie is “Surf’s Up” ... lists Robin Williams as favorite actor … favorite actress is Kate Beckingsale … likes listening to music by The Eagles ... favorite meal is sushi ... enjoys eating at Sushi Hana ... most memorable experience is winning the CAA Championship as a junior and senior ... has five siblings ... sister, Ashley, played soccer at Bridgewater College ... father is an engineer who graduated from Virginia Tech ... daughter of Richard Fratzke and Lynda Tuennerman ... born on June 26, 1987 in Cheyenne, Wyoming … working towards her Master’s degree in Biology.