Lathroum's Honor Roll • 2008, 2009, 2010 CAA Commissioner’s List • 2011 Captain
2010 Season: Played in 17 games as a junior ... did not play against Hofstra in CAA semi-final loss ... started six of last nine games along with season-opening win over UMBC ... scored eight goals with three assists ... scored a goal in four of final six regular season games ... scored a goal with an assist in season-opening win over Retrievers ... tallied a goal with an assist against George Mason ... also contributed 13 ground balls with 11 draw controls ... had four ground balls against George Washington ... posted four draw controls in win over William & Mary.
2009 Season: Appeared in all 19 games as a sophomore ... started six times ... scored seven goals with three assists ... tallied two goals in overtime win over Hofstra ... posted two assists in win over Richmond ... scored a goal in five other games ... contributed an assist against Loyola (Md.) along with two ground balls and two draw controls ... recorded career-high three ground balls against UMBC, Old Dominion and Delaware ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.
2008 Season: Appeared in all 19 games as a freshman ... started first three games of year ... scored six goals with an assist ... opened college career with three-goal, one-assist effort against Mount St. Mary’s ... scored eventual game-winning goal with 6:20 remaining against Hofstra ... also had a goal against Delaware ... recorded seven ground balls with six caused turnovers ... earned season-high two ground balls against George Washington ... had three caused turnovers against American ... saw action off the bench in both of the Tigers’ CAA Tournament games ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.
At Stephen Decatur High School: Four-year starter for Seahawks ... started every game of high school career ... named as team rookie MVP as a freshman ... honored as team’s midfield MVP as a sophomore ... earned team MVP notice as a junior ... three-time All-Conference selection ... earned All-America honors as a senior ... scored over 100 goals and 100 assists in career ... honored as an Academic All-American ... helped Seahawks reach state finals as a junior and state semi-finals as a senior ... also participate in basketball, soccer and indoor track ... honor roll student.
Personal: Lists her family as the people she admires the most ... career goal is to work as an occupational therapist or physician’s assistant … has volunteered as a referee for youth lacrosse games ... enjoys skiing ... has worked as a waitress at The Reel Inn during the summer ... lists Baltimore Ravens as her favorite professional sports team … enjoys playing "Super Mario Brothers" video game ... favorite TV show is "Grey's Anatomy" ... lists Adam Brody as her favorite actor ... favorite musician is Bruce Springsteen … enjoys eating chicken burritos from La Hacienda restaurant and chicken cheesesteak from The Reel Inn ... most memorable experience is playing on same lacrosse team as her younger sister, Chele, who is a sophomore on the Tiger women's lacrosse team … oldest of three children in family ... parents graduated from Salisbury University ... father is a business owner ... mother is a school nurse … daughter of Scott and Angie Lathroum ... born on August 18, 1989 in Salisbury, Md. … majoring in Biology.
SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 4, Mount St. Mary's, Feb 23, 2008 Goals: 3, Mount St. Mary's, Feb 23, 2008 Assists: 2, Richmond, Mar 21, 2009 Shots: 4, Mount St. Mary's, Feb 23, 2008 Ground balls: 4, George Washington, Mar 13, 2010 Draw controls: 4, at William and Mary, Apr 18, 2010 Free-position goals: 1, George Mason, Apr 11, 2010; at Johns Hopkins, Mar 10, 2010 Caused turnovers: 3, at American University, Mar 04, 2008; George Washington, Mar 13, 2010