Sophomore Year (2015): Played in all 20 games, earning a starting role after coming in on relief in the opening game with Loyola ... went 14-4 with .467 save percentage and an 8.71 goals against average ... came in for the save against Loyola and earned the win making three saves on four shots ... made 11 saves on 15 shots versus Drexel ... stopped 10 of 17 shots at Georgetown and picked up two ground balls and caused one turnover ... made five saves at Dartmouth with one ground ball ... stopped 11 shots at No. 8 Virginia with one ground ball ... had a caused turnover and a ground ball vs. Penn State with seven saves ... made 11 saves against Harvard with 3 ground balls ... made one save on five shots vs. Cal in the first 19:34 .... stopped six shots and picked up a ground ball in a loss to Delaware ... made nine saves including one on a free position with 11 seconds left in a 7-5 win at Yale ... started at No. 1 Maryland and made five saves in 45:49 ... played the first half at Cornell and made five saves on 11 shots with had a CT and a ground ball ... had three ground balls at No. 11 Penn and four saves ... made one save and had two ground ballss, a caused turnover in a win over Columbia ... stopped five shots in a win over Brown with 1 ground ball ... made a career-high 12 saves vs. Harvard with one ground ball in the Ivy League semfinal ... stopped eight save in a win over Penn in the Ivy final ... made six saves in her first career NCAA win vs. Fairfield ... stopped six shots and had three ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Stony Brook at the NCAAs ... made eight saves and picked up three ground balls at Duke in the quarterfinals.
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
• Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (March 2)
Freshman Year (2014): Saw action in two games, making four saves on eight shots ... played the final 18 minutes at No. 6 Loyola allowing four goals on four shots ... saw action at Columbia making four saves on four shots.
Before Princeton: A 2013 graduate of Bryn Mawr School ... capped her career with a .490 save percentage ... played in all 16 games and had a .550 save percentage as a senior ... Bryn Mawr posted a 56-15 record during her four-year career ... a 2013 All-America ... earned national all-academic honors ... captured Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) A Conference All-Star honors ... named first-team all-Metro ... won the C. Markland Kelly Jr. Athletic Service Award as a senior ... earned scholar-athlete honors and the Varsity Cup all four years at Bryn Mawr ... played club lacrosse for the TLC ... a member of the Baltimore Metro 1 team in 2012 and helped the team win the 2011 championship of the national tournament schoolgirls division ... captain in three sports ... lettered in soccer and women’s hockey ... soccer team won the IAAM championship in 2009, 2010 and 2010 ... hockey team was the 2010 Maryland Scholastic Hockey League Champions
Personal: Full name is Eleanor Lynn DeGarmo ... parents are Lindley DeGarmo (Princeton’76), a Presbyterian minister and Sarah Finlayson (Michigan ’75) … is an only child.
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