2014: Earned a spot on the America East All-Conference Second Team for the second straight season… Named to the America East All-Academic Team… A member of the National College Athlete Honor Society… Ranked third in the America East in ground balls per game and 45th in Division I… Registered four hat tricks and 10 multiple goal games… One of three Retrievers to start in all 16 games… Posted her second straight 20-plus goal season with a team-best 27 scores… Led the team in draw controls for the second straight season (31) and piloted the team with a career-best 37 ground balls… Finished the year second on the team in points (32)… Caused a team-best 14 turnovers… Registered a team-high 66 shots and placed 49 on goal… Tallied her first hat trick of the season in a four-point effort against American… Did a little bit of everything against High Point, recording four ground balls, three draw controls, three caused turnovers and one goal… Scored three goals and dished out an assist versus Temple… Notched a season-high eight shots against Wagner… Picked up a career-high six ground balls and matched a career-high with three caused turnovers versus New Hampshire… Scored a season-high four goals at Columbia… Tallied a hat trick and added five draw controls, three ground balls and one caused turnover against nationally-ranked Johns Hopkins… Pulled in a season-high six draw controls and added two goals versus Albany… Scored multiple goals in each of the last five games of the season.
2013: Named to the America East All-Conference Second Team in her first season with the Retrievers… Led the team in scoring with 44 points (2.75 points per game) on 32 goals and 12 assists… Tallied a team-best 44 draw controls to rank tied for sixth in UMBC’s single-season draw controls list… Tied for second on the squad with 11 caused turnovers and was fourth in ground balls (18)… Tied for seventh in the league in game-winning goals with two… Also ranked ninth in the conference in shots per game (4.69)… Started all 16 games… A nominee for the America East Fans’ Choice Player of the Year… Scored four goals on four shots and added three draw controls in her UMBC debut against American… Gathered seven draw controls versus Towson… Registered four goals, one assist, five draw controls and one ground ball at Colgate… Scored a goal in nine-straight games starting with her five-point effort against the Raiders… Did a little bit of everything against Maryland, finishing with two goals, one assist, three caused turnovers, two ground balls and two draw controls… Pulled down six draw controls and added five points – four goals and one assist – versus Drexel… Tallied a season-high 10 shots against Wagner, connecting on four goals, while also adding six draw controls, one assist, one ground ball and one caused turnover… Recorded a career-best five goals and six points versus Binghamton... Named to the America East Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO UMBC: Appeared in three games at Penn State in 2012… Tallied one assist… Registered three shots, placing all three on goal… Recorded one ground ball and one ball control.
BACKGROUND: A four-year starter at Westminster High School… Holds the school record with 229 career goals and ranks third all-time in Carroll County History… Helped the Owls to three regional championships, two state semifinal appearances, and the state finals in 2009… An All-American, Academic All-American and an Under Armour All-American in 2011… Nominated for the Baltimore Sun’s Athlete of the Year… Named First Team All-Conference and All-Carroll County all four years… Selected as the 2011 Carroll County Times Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year by WTTR Radio and The Westminster Eagle… Competed on the 2011 Under Armour All-American Senior Classic game… Also lettered in soccer and basketball at Westminster… Named First Team All-Conference all four seasons in basketball… Ranks second in school history with 1,212 points… First Caroll County athlete to eclipse 1,000 points in basketball and 200 goals in lacrosse… Played club lacrosse for Check-Hers Elite and won a national championship in 2008…Daughter of Tim and Tonya Semones… Has an older sister Kristin… Her father played baseball at James Madison and her sister plays lacrosse at Virginia Tech… Born April 4, 1993… Majoring in media and communication studies.
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