2013: Team Captain … Appeared in four games, making one start … Earned a pair of free position attempts and picked up one ground ball against Dartmouth (4/12).
2012: Appeared in 11 games, making one start ... Set career high with four goals and five points ... Scored against Rutgers (3/7), adding one ground ball ... Had career day against Columbia (4/1) with two goals and an assist in first career start ... Scored on a free position against Brown (4/21).2011: Appeared in six games, all off the bench ... Finished season with three goals ... Scored first collegiate goal as part of a two-goal effort in season opener against Drexel (2/26) ... Found the back of the cage once against Hofstra (3/9) ... Recorded one ground ball against Yale (3/19).
High School: Recorded 255 goals and 123 assists in her career ... Two-time first-team All-America ... Two-time Upper Atlantic national team ... Three-time first-team All-Inter-Academic League ... Four-time All-Main Line ... Four-time All-Delaware County selection ... Two-time first-team All-PhillyLacrosse.com ... Ranked by Inside Lacrosse as a top rising senior and later to the collegiate freshman watch list ... Three-time team MVP ... Team most dedicated award as a freshman ... Delaware County scholar-athlete award ... Inter-Academic Aimee Williard award ... Played for Phantastix club team ... Also lettered in field hockey and basketball ... Named to field hockey senior all-star team ... Twice earned honorable mention All-Main Line in both sports ... Student Council member ... Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Award winner ... Community aid in Costa Rica ... Sister Rose Carmel Award.
Personal: Daughter of Maribeth and Robert McCallion ... Has two brothers, Robert and Joseph, and one sister, Nora ... Mother played basketball at Philadelphia Textile (now Philadelphia University) ... Father played lacrosse and football at Lebanon Valley College ... Brother, Robert, plays lacrosse at Army ... Grandfather, Joe Rogers played Football, and uncle, Joe Rogers played Basketball, and they are the only father-son duo in the Villanova hall of fame... Cousin, Patrick Rogers, captain Penn men's lacrosse team in 2006 ... Enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.
Why Penn? "I chose Penn because I felt I could grow as a student and as an athlete. I knew that the high level of academics, playing for a top-tier lacrosse program, and contributing to the Penn community would challenge me to reach my potential. I immediately felt at home with the coaching staff and the team. They are incredible people and I wanted to be a part of that. Mostly, I was impressed with Penn's traditions. I wanted to be a part of that for the next four years and to instill those traditions in the next players to set foot on the famous Franklin Field."
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