2010 Tewaaraton Award finalist
2010 IWLCA first-team All-America
2010 Ivy League Player of the Year (unanimous)
2009 Tewaaraton Award nominee
2008, 2009 IWLCA second-team All-America
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 IWLCA first-team all-region
2008, 2009, 2010 First-team All-Ivy
2007 Ivy League Rookie of the Year
2007 Second-team All-Ivy
2010: Tewaaraton Award finalist, the first in school history ... IWLCA first-team All-America ... IWLCA first-team All-Region ... Unanimous Ivy League Player of the Year ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy ... Started all 19 of team's games ... Led the team and Ivy League with school-record 76 points on 48 goals and 28 assists ... Also tops on the team with 40 draw controls ... Established new Penn record for goals in a career with 148 ... Broke the record with a goal against Columbia (4/4) ... Named Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week (3/1) and Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (4/19) ... Only player in the Ivy League to win both honors ... Had points in 18 of 19 contests ... Established a new career high in goals with six in season opener at Drexel (2/27) ... Followed up with four goals at Temple (3/3) ... Recorded five points (2g, 3a) against Harvard (3/13) ... Scored twice and picked up five ground balls against Saint Joseph's (3/17) ... Had six points (5g, 1a) at Cornell (3/28) ... Had a stellar day against Columbia (4/4) with four points (2g, 2a) to go with three draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers without committing a foul or turnover ... Recorded five draw controls at Dartmouth (4/17) ... Went for six points (2g, 4a) at Princeton (4/21) ... Set career high with nine points (3g, 6a) against Brown (4/25) ... Six helpers against the Bears equaled program record for assists in a game ... Scored four goals and added four assists in Ivy League Tournament semifinal against Princeton (4/30) ... Went for five goals in NCAA first round against Boston University (5/15) ... Added five draws and three ground balls against the Terriers ... Finished career with six points (3g, 3a) against Maryland in NCAA quarterfinal ... Academic All-Ivy.
2009: Tewaaraton Award nominee ... IWLCA second-team All-America ... First-team all-region ... First-team All-Ivy ... Penn's sixth 100-goal scorer ... Ranks sixth on Penn's all-time career points (137), seventh in assists (37) ... Led the team in goals (40) and points (55), both tied for third on Penn's single season lists ... The last time a Penn player had a 40+ goal season was in the 1980s ... Third on team in assists (15) ... Tallied a point in all but one game ... Scored at least once in all but two games ... Had three four-goal outings-Cornell (3/21), Columbia (3/27) and Northwestern (5/22) ... All three games were five-point outings with an assist credited ... Twice recognized on Ivy League weekly honor roll (3/2, 3/23) ... Scored three goals in four games including season opener vs. Drexel (2/21), Yale (3/14) and NCAA quarterfinal vs. Duke (5/16) ... Caused three turnovers and collected three ground balls against Cal (2/27) ... Caused four turnovers and grabbed three ground balls in NCAA first round game vs. Fairfield (5/10) ... Had three ground balls in two other games-Johns Hopkins (4/1) and Dartmouth (4/11).
2008: IWLCA second-team All-America ... First-team all-region ... First-team All-Ivy ... Third on the team in scoring with 40 points on 26 goals and 14 assists ... Scored a goal in the opener against Drexel (2/24) ... Had a goal and an assist along with four draw controls at North Carolina (3/1) ... Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week (3/5) ... Had a strong all-around game against Stanford (3/9) picking up two goals, two ground balls, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers ... Had two assists against California (3/11) ... Scored twice at Yale (3/15) ... Had a goal and two assists against Penn State (3/19) ... Notched a goal and an assist at Cornell along with three draw controls (3/22) ... Scored a goal and two assists versus Columbia (3/29) ... Had a goal, two ground balls and three draw controls against Johns Hopkins (4/2) ... Tallied two goals and an assist against Harvard (4/6) ... Picked up three ground balls and two draw controls against Dartmouth (4/12) ... Had a hat trick and two assists at Princeton (4/16) ... Scored twice and assisted once against Brown (4/19) ... Named Ivy League offensive player of the week (4/21) ... Tallied three ground balls, two draw controls and tied her season high of four caused turnovers against then-No. 1 Northwestern (4/27) ... Had two goals and two assists versus Temple (5/3) ... Notched a hat trick against Colgate in the first round of the NCAA tournament (5/11) ... Picked up a goal against Boston University in the NCAA second round (5/17) ... Scored once in the NCAA Final Four match-up versus Duke (5/23) ... Had two goals, two ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover against Northwestern in the NCAA Final.
2007: Unanimous Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... IWLCA first-team All-Region ... second-team All-Ivy ... Broke 27-year-old freshman goals record with 34 ... Started all 18 games ... Had three goals and an assist in collegiate debut against Drexel (2/24) ... Scored two goals and helped on another at Temple (2/28) ... Had six points - five goals and an assist - again Towson (3/3) ... Scored once at Northwestern (3/9) ... Scored a goal against Delaware (3/14) ... Had one goal against Yale (3/18) ... Tallied four goals against Cornell (3/24) ... Had two goals at Johns Hopkins (3/28) ... Recorded an assist at Columbia (3/31) ... Had five points on three goals and two assists at Penn State (4/3) ... Scored a goal at Harvard (4/7) ... Named national Rookie of the Week by womenslacrosse.com ... Notched a hat trick against Dartmouth (4/14) ... Scored three goals and an assist as Penn clinched Ivy League title vs. Princeton (4/17) ... Scored two goals - including the gamewinner - and an assist at Syracuse (5/6) ... Scored two goals and had a pair of caused turnovers and draw controls in NCAA First Round against Boston University (5/13) ... Scored against Maryland in NCAA Second Round (5/19).
International: Selected to the United States Developmental Team (8/6/07).
High School: Lettered four years in both lacrosse and basketball ... Member of 2005 county championship team ... Member of 2006 conference championship team ... 2006 Courier News Athlete of the Year ... Named to the 2006 All Area team ... 2006 Player of the Year ... 2006 All-County, All-American, Academic All-American, and Under Armour All-American ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Daughter of Debbie and Al DeLuca ... Sister, Krystina, plays lacrosse at Brown University ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as a communications major.