11 Lauren Morton
As a Junior in 2007
Named to IWLCA Northeast All-Region Second Team ... Started in all 19 contests, ranking third on the team with 47 points on 41 goals and six assists ... Ranked second on the team in goals ... Twice named America East Player of the Week (March 5 & April 17) ... Ranked fifth in America East in goals per game (2.16) ... Tied for second in America East with teammate Molly Collins in caused turnovers per game (1.58) ... Ranked first in America East in free position goals per game (0.59) ... Ranked fifth in America East with 3.00 draw controls per conference game ... Set a career high in points (6) by matching her career best in goals (5) and adding an assist vs. Hofstra on March 3 ... Also had five-goal performances vs. Binghamton on April 14 and vs. Albany in America East title game on May 6 ... Scored four goals and added an assist vs. Albany on April 11 and three-goal efforts vs. UMass on Feb. 24 and vs. UMBC on March 31 ... Recorded four points (2g, 2a) at Loyola on March 14 ... Also had two-goal performances at Yale (March 21), vs. BC (March 28), vs. Dartmouth (April 25) and at Penn in NCAA tournament (May 13) ... Tied for team lead with 30 caused turnovers, including three in a game four times ... Registered 50 draw controls, including seven vs. Binghamton on April 14 ... Had 28 ground balls with a season-high six coming against Dartmouth on April 25.
As a Sophomore in 2006
Appeared in 17 games, making 13 starts. Missed the team's other three contests due to injury ... Finished fifth on the team in goals with 24 and added four assists for 28 points ... Ranked second on the team in draw controls (41), third in ground balls (43) and fifth in caused turnovers (16) ... Posted a six-game goal-scoring streak during the middle stages of the season ... Had eight multi-goal efforts, including a season-high three goals in a home win over Oregon ... Scored a pair of goals in the Terriers' NCAA first-round loss at Dartmouth.
As a Freshman in 2005
Named to the America East All-Rookie Team and honored as the team's Co-Most Improved Player ... Appeared in all 20 games, earning 19 starts ... Fourth on the team in goals (38) and sixth in points (39) ... Ranked second on the team in draw controls (44) and ground balls (37) and fourth in caused turnovers (17) ... Scored two goals in BU's 13-9 loss to Virginia in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... Named to the America East All-Championship Team after totaling nine points, including eight goals, 11 draw controls, six ground balls and three caused turnovers in the two wins over UMBC and New Hampshire on May 5-7 ... Scored two goals in BU's 10-9 upset of No. 4 Georgetown on April 11 ... Scored two goals against Boston College and two goals against Albany, earning America East Rookie of the Week honors on April 4 ... Scored a game-high three goals in the Terriers' 6-4 loss to Yale on March 23 ... In her first collegiate game, scored three goals in BU's 14-4 win over Massachusetts on March 2.
Led her team to an undefeated season as a senior, earning All-County and All-League honors. Named Bicentennial and Team MVP while team won Bicentennial League and Catholic Academy titles. Received the school's Genaurdi Award as the best athlete in her class ... Named All-County, All-League, and Team MVP as a junior ... An All-League selection and Team MVP as a sophomore ... Named Freshman of the Year by the Bicentennial League ... Also played field hockey, captaining the team and earning the Coaches Award as a senior ... Four-year honor roll student ... Chose BU over Syracuse and James Madison.
Born on Jan. 14, 1986 ... Daughter of Kathleen McCrudden and Robert Morton ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in psychology.