Senior Year (2009): Ivy League co-Player of the Year ... named first-team All-America by the IWLCA and womenslacrosse.com ... a unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection ... earned first-team all-region honors ... won the von Kienbusch Award as the University's top female athlete ... started in all 18 games ... led the team in scoring with 36 goals and a team-high 21 assists for 57 points ... led the team in all three supplemental stat categories: ground balls with 53, draw controls with 51 and caused turnovers with 38 ... had 63 shots on goal and 84 total shots ... went 12-for-23 from the eight-meter arc ... started the season with back-to-back-to-back three-point games against Johns Hopkins, Rutgers and Duke ... had a goal and an assist against Penn State and James Madison ... had her first of three five-point games at Virginia on March 21 scoring three goals and chipping in two helpers ... tallied a goal in a win over Temple on March 25 ... net four goals and one assist at Cornell on March 28 ... corralled two goals and two assists each in wins over Columbia and Yale ... scored two goals and an assist versus Harvard on April 11 ... had a two-point game at Penn on April 15 and Brown on April 25 ... scored two goals and one assist at Dartmouth on April 18 ... tallied four goals in a win over Loyola on April 29 ... had a five-point game at Maryland on May 2 scoring three goals and two assists ... scored three goals and an assist versus Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... had a goal and an assist versus Northwestern in the quarterfinals ... had a season-best seven ground balls at Duke, six against Loyola and five at Dartmouth ... had a season-high six draw controls versus Johns Hopkins and five against Columbia ... caused a season-best five caused turnovers at Yale and against Loyola and had four at Dartmouth ... finished the season ranking third in the league in assists/game and seventh in points per game ... led the league in ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers, while ranking 13th, 28th and 12th in the nation, respectively.
Junior Year (2008): Earned first-team All-America honors ... 1 of 18 Tewaaraton nominees ... named first-team all-region and all-league ... started all 18 games ... finished third on the team in scoring with 46 points ... second on the team in goals with 35 and third on the team in assists with 11 ... tallied nine free-position goals ... had 56 shots on goal and 68 shots total ... led the team in ground balls with 47, draw controls with 47 and caused turnovers with 26 ... scored four goals and added four ground balls and three caused turnovers in the season opener at Johns Hopkins ... tallied a goal and had a season-best five ground balls, three caused turnovers and two draw controls in the home opener versus Rutgers ... scored two goals against Duke and Penn State ... scored on a free-position shot and chipped in an assists versus James Madison on March 19, adding three ground balls ... tallied a goal and had four ground balls and draw controls apiece in a game with Virginia on March 22 ... notched three goals and one assist against Cornell on March 29, and added four draw controls and two ground balls ... had a goal and an assist in a win over Yale on April 5, and added four draw controls, three ground balls and three caused turnovers ... had her best game at Harvard on April 12, an eight-point effort with four goals and four assists ... scored in games versus Penn and Dartmouth ... had a season-best five ground balls at Dartmouth and added six draw controls and four caused turnovers ... had a three-point game against Temple on April 23 and a four-point game at Brown on April 26 ... notched three goals versus Maryland on April 30 and contributed five draw controls, three ground balls and three caused turnovers ... scored two goals and an assist in each game with Georgetown and Vanderbilt ... named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week on May 5 ... matched her season-best five ground balls versus the Commodores, and added two ground balls and caused turnovers apiece ... tallied two goals over Northwestern in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament and had a season-best seven draw controls and added three ground balls.
Sophomore Year (2007): Was an honorable mention All-Ivy League selection ... started all 17 games ... led the team with 37 draw controls and was second in caused turnovers with 20 ... finished third on the team with 23 goals and 37 points ... had at least two draw controls 11 times in 17 games ... four draw controls three other times ... four games with three caused turnovers ... game-winning overtime goal in season-opening victory against Johns Hopkins on March 3 ... had four ground balls in addition to an assist against Penn State on March 17 ... five draw controls in win at Cornell on March 31 ... had three goals and an assist in win over Harvard on April 14 ... scored 14 points (nine goals, five assists) in the last four games of the regular season ... four goals against both Columbia on April 27 and Brown on April 28 ... named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week April 30 ... had a goal and three assists at Maryland on May 2 and two assists in win over Georgetown on May 6 ... scored a goal and had two draw controls at Virginia in a first round game of the NCAA Tournament.
Freshman Year (2006): Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... earned second-team All-Ivy honors ... one of two freshmen to start all 18 games ... led the team with 46 ground balls and 44 draw controls ... finished third on the team with 22 goals and 28 points ... led the team with 20 free-position shots ... had five or more draw controls in a game four times, and had two or more goals in six games ... had four goals, three ground balls, six draw controls and three caused turnovers at Columbia on March 29 ... recorded five draw controls and two more goals in a win over Cornell on April 1 ... named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week on April 3 ... scored four times at Temple on April 4 ... posted six draw controls, four ground balls and two goals against
Duke on April 12 ... scored two goals and two assists in win at Harvard on April
15 ... tallied three goals at Penn on April 19 ... had four ground balls, three caused turnovers, and two draw controls versus Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... scored game-tying goal at Dartmouth on May 20 to send the NCAA quarterfinal game into OT.
Field Hockey: A member of the Princeton field hockey team ... earned four Ivy League titles ... a two-time first-team All-Ivy selection and also earned second-team honors ... named second-team all-region twice and first-team once ... played in 75 career games, scoring 30 points and adding nine assists for 69 points.
Before Princeton: A two-time All-American at Shawnee High School ... named the Camden Courier Post Athlete of the Year in 2005 ... also lettered in field hockey and track ... named all-state and all-conference as a field hockey player .... finished second in the state in the 800 meter run, and won the state title in the 4x800 relay ... 2005 valedictorian at Shawnee and a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Full name is Holly Laraine McGarvie ... born April 7, 1987 ... parents are Paul and Carolyn McGarvie ... has two sisters, Heather (Moravian '05) and Laurel ... majoring in anthropology.