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#5 Erin Brennan
Position: Attack
Year: Senior
City/State: Garden City, N.Y.
High School: Garden City

Honors
2012 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2012 Unanimous First-team All-Ivy
2011 IWLCA second-team All-America
2010 IWLCA third-team All-America
2011 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2010 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2011 First-team All-Ivy
2010 First-team All-Ivy

2009 Ivy League Rookie of the Year
2009 Second-team All-Ivy


2012: First-team All-Region ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy … Team co-captain … Started all 17 games … Led Penn in goals (33), assists (27) and points (60) … Her assist and point totals were career highs … Three-time Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (3/12, 4/2, 4/30) … Opened season with six points (3g, 3a) at Drexel (2/25) … Set Penn’s single-game assist record with seven helpers as part of a nine-point effort against Rutgers (3/7) … Recorded a hat trick against Harvard (3/10), her first goal of the game making her the seventh player in program history to reach 100 goals … Scored the game-winning goal as part of a three-goal, four-point effort at No. 18 Cornell (3/24) … Scored three goals and added an assist against No. 3 Maryland (3/30) … Went for seven points (4g, 3a) against Columbia (4/1) … Scored three times against Brown (4/21) … Became the third player in Penn history to reach 200 career points as part of a four-point night at No. 17 Princeton (4/25) … Brennan’s first of her two goals against the Tigers was her 200th career point … Scored twice at No. 5 Duke (4/28) … Recorded three assists with one goal in Ivy League Tournament semifinal against Harvard (5/4) … Had one goal in Ivy League Tournament title game against No. 9 Dartmouth (5/6) … Named All-Tournament at Ivy League Tournament … Scored twice, adding one assist at No. 6 Loyola in NCAA Championship first round (5/13).

2011: IWLCA Second-Team All-American ... IWLCA First-Team All-Region ... Tewaaraton Award Nominee ... First-team All-Ivy ... Tri-Captain ... Started all 17 games ... Led Penn in all three offensive categories with 34 goals, 18 assists and 52 points ... Ranked third in the Ivy League in assists and fourth in points ... Had at least one point in 16 of 17 games ... Scored a point in the first 12 games of the season before being kept off the scoresheet ... Went for multiple points in 15 games and had 12 games with at least three points ... Scored two-or-more goals in 10 games ... Went 7-for-9 on free positions, leading the team in free position goals ... Began season with two goals and an assist against Drexel (2/26) ... Scored one goal and added two assists at Harvard (3/12) ... Notched a hat trick against Yale (3/19), including the game-winner ... Had back-to-back games with two goals and an assist at Johns Hopkins (3/23) and against Cornell (3/27) ... Set a new career high with six points at Columbia (4/3) ... Five of those points against the Lions came on goals, also a new career high ... Was named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for her efforts against Columbia ... Went for four goals and five points at No. 2 Northwestern (4/10) ... Scored twice in a one-goal win over No. 16 Dartmouth (4/16) ... After being held without a point against No. 15 Princeton (4/20), responded with five goals at Brown (4/23) to match her career high and help Penn secure a fifth-consecutive Ivy League title ... Dished out three assists against No. 4 Duke (4/29) ... Recorded four points, including three assists, in an Ivy League semifinal loss to No. 14 Princeton (5/6) ... Scored twice and added two helpers in NCAA Tournament game at Duke (5/15).

2010: IWLCA third-team All-America ... IWLCA first-team All-Region ... First-team All-Ivy ... Played in 18 games, starting all of them ... Second on team with 56 points ... Tied for second-most goals with 32 ... Dished out second-most assists with 24 ... Third in the Ivy League in points-per-game in League games (3.71) ... Scored points in 17 of 18 games ... Had a career-high six points (4g, 2a) against Harvard (3/13) ... Also put up four ground balls, three caused turnovers and three draw controls against the Crimson ... Followed that up with five points (3g, 2a) against Saint Joseph's (3/17) ... Reached five-point mark twice more - with four goals and an assist against Columbia (4/4) and a goal and four assists at Maryland in the NCAA quarterfinal (5/22) ... Scored four times against Princeton in Ivy League Tournament semifinal (4/30) ... Added a goal and an assist in the final against Dartmouth (5/2) ... Named all-tournament in Ivy League Tournament ... Had four points (2g, 2a) in Penn's NCAA first o-rund win over Boston University (5/15).

2009: Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... Second-team All-Ivy ... Led the team with 18 assists ... Draw control specialist, winning 28 and directing Penn to a .550 win percentage in the circle ... Team's second-leading scorer with 27 goals and 18 assists ... Scored at least one goal in her first five games ... Notched a point in every game ... Nine multi-goal games, including hat tricks against Harvard (4/4) and Princeton (4/15) ... Snagged five ground balls against Cal (2/27) ... Had three points against Boston University (3/11) and Yale (3/14), directed all 14 draws to Penn in the game against Yale ... Named to Ivy League weekly honor roll (3/16) ... Scored the game-winner at Johns Hopkins (4/1) ... Registered five points (3g, 2a) and three draw controls against Princeton (4/15) ... Had four points (2g, 2a) against Brown (4/18) to clinch Ivy title ... Named Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week, womenslacrosse.com and womenslax.com Rookie of the Week, and Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (4/20) ... Scored twice against Fairfield (5/10) in NCAA first round ... Named Inside Lacrosse and womenslacrosse.com National Rookie of the Week (5/12) ... Had four points (2g, 2a) in NCAA quarterfinal against Duke (5/16), including assists on the two tying goals ... Named womenslax.com Rookie of the Week (5/20) ... Won three draw controls in both games vs. Northwestern (4/25, 5/22) ... Scored to put Penn ahead in the first overtime of the national semifinal with Northwestern (5/22).

High School: Three-time U.S. Lacrosse First-Team All-American (2006-08) ... Member of the 2006-07 U.S. Lacrosse U-19 Women's National Training Team ... 2008 Under Armour All-America Girls Lacrosse Game MVP ... Rated No. 1 attack (No. 2 overall) in Sports Illustrated/Takkle.com's 2008 Top 100 Women's High School Lacrosse Players ... Led varsity team to 2006, 2007 and 2008 New York State Class B championships; appeared in the 2005 finals ... Named NYS Class B Championship Tournament MVP (2006, 2008) and four times to the All-Tournament Team (2005-2008) ... Career totals: 261 goals, 159 assists, 217 ground balls and 164 caused turnovers ... Two-time member of gold-medal winning Long Island team at Empire State Games ... 2007 RISE Magazine Lacrosse All-American ... Two-time U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American (2007-08) ... Two-time Newsday Nassau County Lacrosse Player of the Year (2007-08) ... Three-time Newsday Al l-Long Island Lacrosse Team (2006-08) ... 2007 Citibank-News 12 Long Island Scholar Athlete Award ... Member of the N.Y.1 team that won the 2006 U.S. Lacrosse Women's National H.S. Division I championship ... Member of the Long Island Elite Lacrosse Club Yellow Jackets Blue Team (2003-07) ... 2006 first-team All-Galaxy League ... At the time of her graduation, held Garden City High School lacrosse records for points in a season (84g, 57a, 141p) and in a game (8g, 6a, 14p) ... Four-year varsity letter winner in field hockey ...Team won two New York State Class B championships (2005, 2006) and appeared in the state finals in 2007 ... 2007 Newsday L.I. Field Hockey Player of the Year ... Three-time All-N.Y.S. Field Hockey Team ... Three-time Newsday All-L.I. Field Hockey Team ... 2007 Exceptional Senior Award and Scholar Athlete Award from the Nassau County Field Hockey Coaches Association ... USFHA Futures (2002-06) ... Member of USFHA 2004 U.S. Champion U-14 East Team at National Futures Tournament ... Varsity career totals: 25 goals, 46 assists ... Four-year high school treasurer ... Vice President of Girls Athletic Association ... National Honor Society member ... Spanish National Honor Society member ... Two-time Silver Medal Magna Cum Laude National Latin Examination.

Personal: Daughter of Suzanne and Lawrence Brennan ... Has one brother Gavin ... Enrolled in Wharton.

Why Penn? "I chose Penn because it has everything I could ask for academically, athletically and socially. After visiting many other schools, it was clear to me that Penn was like no other. The team dynamic was unlike any I had seen before, and Penn is a place where I can play on a team competing to win the national championship, while also getting the best education possible."

 


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