36 Christina Sheridan
AS A SENIOR IN 2014: Named tri-captain ... Played in 12 games, making eight starts ... Owned a 3-5 record in goal ... Posted a 12.39 goals against average and .353 save percentage with 54 saves ... Started season opener at No. 1 North Carolina and made four saves in 17:53 minutes of action ... Played final 10:06 against Holy Cross and made two saves while collecting two ground balls ... Came in for final 26:05 and made three saves while not allowing a goal in win at Lafayette ... Played final 15:16 and collected a ground ball in win over New Hampshire ... Played final 54:04 and made six saves in double-overtime game against Lehigh ... Played first complete game of the season at Colgate and made five saves ... Played first 15:43 against #14 Loyola and made one save ... Made four saves in win over Bucknell ... Totaled seven saves in win over Lehigh in PL quarterfinals ... Played first 52:09 against Navy and made eight saves in PL semifinals ... Started and played 48:04 while making seven saves in PL championship game against #12 Loyola ... Made seven saves against #5 Boston College.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2013: Appeared in all 16 games, making 14 starts ... Finished with a 5-9 record ... Totaled 129 saves and a .402 save percentage ... Led team with 37 ground balls ... Made eight saves to go with three ground balls and three turnovers against UMass ... Collected five ground balls and seven saves vs. Dartmouth ... Totaled eight ground balls and 11 saves at Notre Dame ... Stopped nine shots at Denver ... Posted career-high 17 saves against Ohio State ... Totaled eight saves at Boston College ... Stopped 13 shots against UMBC ... Led team with five ground balls and stopped 12 shots against Harvard ... Posted nine saves against Albany ... Made nine saves and collected four ground balls at Vermont ... Finished with five saves and three ground balls at New Hampshire ... Made nine saves at Stony Brook ... Stopped seven shots at Yale ... Recorded six saves and three ground balls at Duke.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2012: Named America East Defensive Player of the Week on April 23, March 19 and March 5 ... Won seven straight games from March 14 to April 7 ... Made career-high 15 against Canisius on April 22 in an 11-6 win ... Collected first collegiate assist at Albany on April 7 ... Made 11 saves at Dartmouth on March 7 ... Made 10 saves and earned first win of the season at George Mason on March 3 ... Has claimed 39 ground balls this year, including a season-high five at Saint Mary's (March 17) and at California (March 14) ... Finished season with an 11.98 goals-against average, a career-high 124 saves, a .401 save percentage and a 10-5 record ... Led Terriers with 43 ground balls ... Caused five turnovers.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011: Appeared in 16 games for BU, starting in 14 of them ... One of two goalkeepers named to the All- Rookie Team ... Named the America East Rookie of the Week on March 14th ... Had a 9.74 goals- against average, 103 saves, and a .420 save percentage (fifth in the league).
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY: Helped lead Our Lady of Good Counsel to four Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles (2007-10) ... Served as team captain during senior and junior seasons ... Named to the US Lacrosse All-America and All-Academic Teams as a senior ... Named school's outstanding female athlete of the year ... Three-time member of the All-Met Second Team (2008-10) ... As a junior, named the WCAC championship game MVP ... Garnered All-Met Honorable Mention honors as a sophomore ... Also played field hockey ... Team captain as a senior ... Helped lead team to the WCAC title as a junior ... Named to the All-WCAC Second Team as a senior and junior.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Jim and Kim Sheridan ... Has one brother, Patrick, and a sister, Kaitlin ... Enrolled in the University's Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences ... Born July 3, 1992.