22 Brittany Conner
22 Brittany Conner
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Wilton, Conn.
High School: Wilton
Position: D

Collegiate Honors:  2011: America East Academic Honor Roll.

Career Highs:  Goals- 0; Assists- 0; Points- 0; Ground balls- one, twice; Draw controls- three, three times; Caused turnovers- 2, three times.

2013 Season | Statistics | Photos
•  Started six games; DNP the last nine games
• Matched her career high of three draw controls at Dartmouth (02/28)
• Recorded one caused turnover at Hofstra (02/16) and one at 20th-ranked Navy (03/13)
• Tallied one ground ball against both Hofstra and UConn (03/06)

2012 Season | 2012 Statistics   
Played in 14 of 16 games and was in the starting lineup seven times; played in five America East conference games with one start (at Boston University); season-high two ground balls in consecutive games against Boston U. (04/04) and Lehigh (04/07); season-high three draw controls at Stanford (03/11); tallied two DCs one game earlier vs. UConn (03/07); season-high two caused turnovers in the win against 12th-ranked Vanderbilt (03/28); missed two of the last four games– at Columbia (04/18) and at Stony Brook (03/28).

2011 Season | Conner's 2011 Statistics
Played in 11 of 17 games and was in the starting lineup five times; missed the last three games of the season; prior to that, her playing time steadily increased through the year; played in five America East conference games (three starts); recorded two caused turnovers in road games against both Vanderbilt (03/16) and Harvard (04/01); tallied three draw controls vs. Boston University (04/06).

Personal: 2010 graduate of Wilton High School, where she lettered in lacrosse; All-America selection as a senior, when she led the Warriors to the FCIAC championship; All-State First Team and All-FCIAC First Team honors as a junior and senior; selected to the Western Lower New England Team #1 for the 2009 National Tournament; lettered at Vero Beach (Florida) for two years before relocating to Wilton; led the Fighting Indians to the Florida state lax championship as a sophomore, when she was named to the Southeast Team #1 for the National Tournament; also played lax for the XTEAM club team; major is undeclared in the College of Liberal Arts.


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