|High School:||Bishop O'Connell|
career third in school history with 181 career points on 120 goals
(third) and 61 assists (second). Also ranks second in school history
with 131 draw controls.
2011: Named first-team All-MPSF after tying the school record with 64 points on 38 goals (fourth) and 26 assists (third) … also placed on the All-MPSF Tournament team after leading the Ducks with seven points (four goals, three assists) in two games … played in all but one game … averaged 2.38 goals per game and 4.00 points per game in her 16 starts … scored at least one goal in 15 consecutive games dating back to Feb. 27th… scored at least three goals eight times including five of the final eight games … recorded 37 points in the last eight games … contributed two goals and four assists for six points in Oregon’s 16-5 win against Cincinnati (3/6) while tallying three ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers … tallied a career-high seven points on two occasions: at California (4/8) and vs. No. 7 Stanford (4/15) … has 37 draw controls on the year including a season-high five versus William and Mary (3/11) and at Saint Mary’s (4/10) … named MPSF Player of the Week on April 11 after leading the Ducks to a pair of conference wins with 11 points in the two games at California and Saint Mary's … tallied three goals and an assist to lead Oregon to a 7-4 win over Denver in the MPSF semifinals (4/29) … collected 22 ground balls including a season-high six at No. 18 Dartmouth (3/23).
2010: A First-Team All-MPSF selection ... also named to the MPSF All-Tournament Team ... Oregon point leader with a career-high 50 on a personal-best 36 goals and a team-high 14 assists ... moved into the all-time career top-5 at Oregon in goals (5th-82), assists (5th-35), points (5th-117) and draw controls (3rd-86) ... had a team-high five points on three goals and two assists in Oregon’s 13-11 loss to UC Davis in the first-round of the MPSF Tournament ... scored a team-high five goals on two occasions: a season-opening win over Jacksonville (2/13) and against Cincinnati (3/20) when she eclipsed the 100-point mark in her career ... netted two goals and had two assists at No. 17 William and Mary (2/28) ... tallied four goals and two assists for a game-high six points against St. Bonaventure (2/21) in a 22-8 Oregon win.
Tied for second on the team in scoring with 40 points, ranked second in
assists (16) and fourth in goals (24) ... was tenth in the MPSF in
assists per game (0.88) ... 18 ground balls ranked third on the squad
... also ranked third with 25 draw controls ... scored three or more
goals four times, including a career-best four in a key conference win
at Denver (April 4) ... had a career-high six points (3g, 3a) vs.
Virginia Tech (April 11) ... had a five-point effort (3g, 2a) vs. UC
Davis (Feb. 14) and a career-high seven draw controls.
2008: Voted by her teammates as the team’s 2008 Rookie of the Year, received the most playing time of any Oregon freshman, playing in all 20 games and making three starts...at the end of the season was named the Tri-MPSF Newcomer of the Year along with Denver’s Tulley Stapp and Stanford’s Karen Nesbitt...finished the year with 22 goals and five assists...her 27 points were sixth on the team and tops among Oregon underclassmen...finished second on the team winning 27 draw controls...also picked up 12 ground balls and caused eight turnovers...recorded her first multiple-goal game with three at Richmond on Feb. 24...in a 14-13 victory over 11th-ranked Notre Dame (March 6) scored two goals and added three draw controls...matched her career high with three goals while adding three draw controls in 13-12 loss to Denver (April 5)...won a career-best four draw controls in Oregon’s 14-9 victory over UC Davis (April 30) in the first round of the MPSF Tournament.
High School: A 2007 graduate of Bishop Denis J. O’Connell HS in Arlington, Va...was a three-sport athletes for the Knights, participating in lacrosse, cross-country and basketball...on the varsity basketball squad, was honorable mention all-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference in 2006...also during her junior season was named to the Washington Examiner’s first team...for four consecutive season was a first-team all-WCAC selection...in 2006, was an all-American honorable mention, scoring a school-record 91 goals, including a 10-goal performance against rival Bishop Ireton in the playoffs...from 2005-07 was the lacrosse squad’s team MVP...in 2006 was also named second team Washington Post all-area...in 2007 won the Arlington Sportsmanship Award...in 2005 helped her cross-country team win the 2005 WCAC cross country championship...for three years played for Future Elite in Washington DC, coached by Laurie Podmilsak...five of her teammates went on to play Division I; Catherine Colliate (Virginia Tech), Sammy Allen (Louisville), Molly Wannen (William and Mary), Cara O’Brien (Longwood) and Victoria Cable (Stony Brook).
Personal: Born Nov. 7, 1988...parents are Ted and Maureen Breiner...has four sisters; Kate (26), Carolyn (24), Margot (15) and Tara (13)...major is family human services.