Princeton W. Lacrosse BIO
30 Mary Minshall
Mary Minshall hopes to work in the counterterrorism field after graduation.
2006 - played in 10 games ... started against Yale and at Brown ... two goals and an assist for the season ... second-half goal in Princeton’s NCAA quarterfinal game at Dartmouth ... had two shots and a ground ball in that game ... had a goal against Virginia in the regular season and an a ground ball against the Cavaliers in the NCAA first round ... an assist in win at Columbia as well as a ground ball ... had a ground ball and caused turnover and 14-8 win at Harvard.
2005 - played in 17 games, starting 13 on attack ... scored at least one goal in seven games ... finished sixth on the team with 15 points (nine goals, six assists) ... two goals apiece in win at Yale and at home against Harvard ... had a goal and an assist in win over Loyola ... goal and two assists against Penn State ... four ground balls in win against Yale and three against Harvard ... had a draw control in NCAA tournament against Northwestern ... 14 ground balls on the season.
2004 - played in 14 games, starting three on at an attack position ... one of nine Princeton players with 10 or more points ... finished the year with seven goals and four assists ... two goals in wins over Columbia and Temple ... also had two assists against the Owls ... a goal and an assist in first collegiate game at Lafayette March 3 ... started that game ... also had goals against Delaware and at Harvard.
At Holton-Arms - team Most Valuable Player senior year ... won Coaches Award in 2002 ... played attack wing position ... also played tennis and basketball ... tennis team was ISL champions ... won Coaches Award in tennis in 2001.
Personal - full name is Mary Corby Minshall ... daughter of Hugh & Connie Tompkins ... has older sisters Candice, Elizabeth & Laura ... birthday is Sept. 30, 1984 ... majoring in history.
Coach Sailer Says...
“As a senior, Mary is playing at her best, which is good news for our offense. A whole new level of fitness has brought more confidence and power to her game. A vocal on-field leader who thinks like another coach on the field, Mary will play a big role in our attack.”
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