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11 - Emily Coady
Emily Coady
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Westminster, Md.
High School: Westminster
Position: A

2011: Ranked fourth on the team with 31 points on 21 goals and 10 assists, the third-most on the squad… Also added 13 ground balls, six draw controls and one caused turnover… Saw action in all 18 games and made 11 starts… Scored a point in 15 of 18 games on the season, with a goal in 13… Posted four hat tricks on the year… Opened the season with three goals on five shots against George Mason… Posted back-to-back career-high six-point efforts against Manhattan and Mount St. Mary’s, with three goals and three assists in each contest… Scored those six goals on just seven total shots… Named America East Player of the Game against the Jaspers, as she scored all six points in the first half as the Retrievers built a 13-3 halftime lead… Recorded the 100th point of her career at Boston University with a goal in the first half… She is the 32nd Retriever ever to reach that mark… Was credited with the game-winner in a 10-8 victory over America East rival Stony Brook… Tallied four points on three goals and an assist at Vermont… Was 2-for-2 on free-position attempts and recorded her lone caused turnover of the season against the Catamounts… Scored the game-winner 20 seconds into overtime in the America East semifinals against Boston University… Also picked up a career-high four ground balls and won two draw controls against the Terriers... The four ground balls matched the most by a Retriever on the season… Recognized on the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

 

2010: Selected to the America East All-Academic Team… Led the Retrievers with 35 goals and a .522 shooting percentage and ranked second with 43 points… Ranked ninth in the America East with 1.94 goals per game… Also added 20 ground balls, eight assists, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers… Saw action in all 18 games and made 14 starts… Scored a point in 16 of 18 games on the season, with a goal in 15… Posted 10 multi-goal performances, including six hat tricks, and 12 multi-point efforts… Notched back-to-back hat tricks against George Mason and No. 11 Loyola… NamedAmerica East Player of the Game against the Greyhounds… Matched her career high with five points on three goals and two assists against American… Scored a career-best five goals, including the game-winner, at Manhattan… Selected to the All-Championship Team at the America East Tournament after scoring eight goals on 11 shots in two games… Tallied four goals on four shots in the semifinal win over top-seeded Albany, including one with 19 seconds left in the first half to give the Retrievers momentum at halftime, and another that gave UMBC the lead for good with 9:10 left in the game… Added three ground balls and a caused turnover against the Great Danes… Also found the back of the net four times in the championship game against Boston University… Her first goal of the contest gave UMBC its first lead… Also named to the womenslacrosse.com Weekly Honor Roll for her performance… Finished the season on a six-game scoring streak, with 14 goals and 16 points during that stretch… Recognized on theAmerica East Honor Roll.

 

2009: A unanimous America East All-Rookie Team selection… Ranked fourth on the team with 22 goals, the most by a Retriever freshman since Kara Dorr scored 24 in 2006… Also ranked fourth with 35 points, the most by a UMBC rookie since Kelly Fiorani tallied 47 in 2003… Ranked second on the team with 13 assists… Saw action in all 17 games and made 15 starts… Picked up 11 ground balls, won seven draw controls and caused six turnovers… Named America East Rookie of the Week on April 20 after scoring four points on two goals and two assists against Le Moyne… She is the first Retriever to win Rookie of the Week since teammate Amanda Gable in April 2007… Tallied a career-high four assists in the season opener against Howard… Scored her first career goals (2) against 12th-ranked Vanderbilt… Scored a career-high five points on three goals and two assists against Holy Cross and with a career-best four goals and one assist against Stony Brook… Also notched a hat trick against American… Tallied the game-winners against Stony Brook and American… Recognized on the America East Academic Honor Roll.

 

BACKGROUND: Led Westminster High School to the MPSSAA Regional Championship in 2008 and the Carroll County Championship in 2007 and 2008… A three-time varsity lacrosse letterwinner… Also played field hockey at Westminster… Hopes to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner… Daughter of Kathy and Chris Sullivan and Kelly Coady… Born Dec. 21, 1989… The second of five children… Has an older brother, Andrew, and younger siblings, Brittany, Alex, Reagan and Reilly… A psychology/pre-nursing major.

 
 

 Year

GP/GS 

Pts. 

SH 

Pct. 

GW 

FPG-FPS 

GB 

DC 

TO 

CT 

2009

17/15

22

13

35

46

.478

2

4-8

11

7

21

6

2010

18/14

35

8

43

67

.522

1

3-6

20

7

22

4

2011

18/11

21

10

31

50

.420

2

2-7

13

6

22

1

2012

17/16

27

10

37

59

.458

1

4-9

8

0

24

7

Career

70/56

105

41

146

222

.473

6

13-30

52

20

89

18


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