2013 Second-Team All-Ivy
2013 Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team
2012 Unanimous First-Team All-Ivy
2011 Honorable mention All-Ivy
2013: Team captain … Started all 17 games … Sixth on team in scoring with 19 points and 17 goals … Second on team with 44 draw controls … Set a new Ivy League record for career draw controls with 176 … Scored two goals and added an assist in season opener against Drexel (2/23) … Scored once, adding two each of caused turnovers, draw controls and ground balls against North Carolina (3/1) … Scored two goals and added three ground balls at Harvard (3/9) … Won three draw controls and added two ground balls against Cornell (3/24) … Scored twice, adding four draws controls at Maryland (3/30) … Won six draws and scored once at Lehigh (4/3) … Won five draws while causing two turnovers and adding two ground balls and scoring once at Columbia (4/6) … Won seven draw controls, setting the career Ivy League record in the process, while scoring twice against Dartmouth (4/12) … Had four draw control wins against Princeton (4/17) … Scored twice while winning three draws at Brown (4/20) … Win three draws while causing two turnovers and picking up two ground balls at Northwestern (4/27) ... Scored once, adding three ground balls, two caused turnovers and two draw controls against Cornell in Ivy League Tournament semifinal (5/3) ... Scored twice, adding two draw controls and two caused turnovers against Dartmouth in Ivy League Tournament title game win (5/5).
2012: Unanimous first-team All-Ivy … Led the Ivy League with 14 free position goals … 61 draw controls led Penn, was second in the Ivy League and 19th in Division I … Third on team with 29 goals … Fourth on team with 31 points … 27 ground balls was second on team and tops among field players … Set career high with four goals in season opener at Drexel (2/25) … Also posted a career-best nine draw controls against the Dragons … Won six draws at No. 2 North Carolina (3/3) while scoring once … Had three draw controls and three ground balls against Rutgers (3/7) … Scored twice whole winning six draw controls and causing two turnovers against Harvard (3/10) … Scored two goals and added five ground balls at Yale (3/17) … Scored twice while winning six draw controls against No. 13 Georgetown (3/21) … Notched a hat trick at No. 18 Cornell (3/24) while winning three draws and causing two turnovers … Had a three-point effort (2g, 1a) against No. 1 Northwestern while winning three draw controls and adding three ground balls … Scored three times at No. 9 Dartmouth – all on free positions – while winning three draw controls (4/14) … Scored a hat trick against Brown (4/21), while winning seven draw controls … Won five draw controls at No. 17 Princeton (4/25) … Scored twice and added an assist to three draw controls against Harvard (5/4) in Ivy League Tournament semifinal … Scored twice and picked up three ground balls against No. 13 Dartmouth in Ivy League Tournament title game (5/6) … Named All-Tournament at the Ivy League Tournament … Won four draw controls and scored once at Loyola (5/13) in NCAA Championship first round.
2011: Honorable Mention All-Ivy ... Started all 17 games ... Led the team with 43 draw controls ... Third on team with 25 ground balls ... Scored 11 goals ... Had three ground balls, two draw controls and a goal in season-opener against Drexel (2/26) ... Recorded two draw controls against No. 3 North Carolina (3/5) ... Posted three draw controls against Hofstra (3/9) ... Picked up three ground balls and won two draws at Harvard (3/12) ... Scored twice while adding four draw controls and three ground balls against Yale (3/19) ... Netted two goals while winning three draws against Cornell (3/27) ... Won seven draws while scoring twice at Columbia (4/3) ... Scored once while recording three ground balls at No. 2 Northwestern (4/10) ... Won four draws at Brown as team won fifth consecutive Ivy title (4/23) ... Won three draws and added three ground balls against Princeton (5/5) in the Ivy League Tournament ... Won four draws at Duke (5/15) in NCAA Tournament.
2010: Played in 18 games, making 17 starts ... Finished fifth on team with 21 goals ... Totaled 22 points ... Led team with eight free-position goals ... Scored a goal in first career game at Drexel (2/27), adding four draw controls ... Went for a hat trick at Temple (3/30) with three ground balls ... Scored three times against Harvard (3/13) ... Had two goals and two draw controls against Northwestern (4/9) ... Had three ground balls and two draw controls at Princeton (4/21) ... Had two goals, including the game-winner, against Dartmouth in the Ivy Tournament final (5/2).
High School: Member of four-time PIAA District I champion ... Scored 179 goals, 61 assists, 194 ground balls and 215 draw controls ... Co-captain as a senior ... Two-time first-team All-America, Academic All-America, first-team All-Delco and first-team all-central ... Second team all-central as a sophomore ... Named PA Sports Hall of Fame-Delaware County Outstanding Scholar Athlete of the Year ... Delaware County all-star team as a sophomore ... Two-time Upper Atlantic national team ... Participated on national tournament senior division all-star team ... Also lettered in soccer and indoor track and field ... Co-captain of both teams ... Two-time second-team All-Delco and coaches' Most Improved Player award for soccer ... Freshman award and 2009 MVP award for track ... 2009 Springfield High School Outstanding Female Athlete Award ... 7th Congressional District Scholar-Athlete of Springfield High School ... National Honor Society president ... Community Service Club ... Executive Student Council president ... National Art, Science, World Language and English Societies ... Steve Stefani Dance Marathon for Pediatric Cancer ... Alex's Lemonade Stand volunteer ... Delaware County Excellence in Youth Award.
Personal: Daughter of Christina and Mark Poplawski ... Has one sister, Alexandra ... Mother played lacrosse and field hockey at Temple, also played for the 1989 World Cup team and won gold ... Father played basketball at Temple ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Why Penn? "I chose Penn for its successful lacrosse team and its strong academics, and I really enjoy how close the school is to my home."