2015 Camps
Princeton W. Lacrosse BIO
17 Liz Bannantine

Sophomore Year (2014): Earned second-team All-Ivy League honors and named to the Ivy League All-Tournament team ... captured second-team all-region honors ...played in all 19 games and made 27 starts ... had one assist with 25 ground balls, 24 caused turnovers and nine draws ... had two ground balls and a caused turnover at No. 6 Loyola ... had two draws and a turnover against Rutgers ... caused one turnover and picked up one ground ball against No. 14 Georgetown ... tallied an assist at Brown with a ground ball and caused turnover ... had a caused turnover and a ground ball in a win over No. 6 Virginia ... had a draw and caused turnover at SDSU ... had a groud ball and a caused turnover at Columbia ... caused two turnovers and won a ground ball vs. Cornell ... caused three turnovers and won a ground ball vs. Yale ... had two caused turnovers and two ground balls vs. No. 2 Maryland ... picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers at Harvard ... had two ground balls and a caused turnover vs. No. 10 Penn ... picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover vs. Dartmouth ... caused two turnovers at No. 8 PSU ... won career-high three draws vs. Cornell in Ivy semi ...had two ground balls, two draws and a caused turnover vs. PSU at the NCAAs ... caused three turnovers, picked up two ground balls vs. Virginia in the NCAAs.
• Second-Team All-Ivy League
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
• Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (April 14)

Freshman Year (2013): Named Second-Team All-Ivy League ... played and started in all 17 games ...  had a team-high six caused turnovers and four ground balls against Georgetown ... six caused turnovers is tied for 7th all-time at Princeton ... had two caused turnovers vs. USC ... earned her first draw control win at Rutgers ... held Hopkins’ leading scorer to one goal ... had three cause turnovers, three ground balls and one draw at Yale ... earned her first assist at Penn, and had two draws, two ground balls and one caused turnover ... won two draws at Dartmouth.
• Second-Team All-Ivy League
• Synapse Sports All-Rookie All-America Team

Before Princeton: A 2012 graduate of the McDonogh School ... played defense for the Eagles for three undefeated seasons ... the Eagles were 46-0 during her tenure ... the team won the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) A Conference championship all three years ... captain her senior season when she earned Underarmour All-America honors and first-team all-metro honors ... named second-team all-metro as a junior ... played in the 2010 Underarmour Underclassmen All-America game with Team Baltimore as a sophomore ... also lettered in soccer ... played club lacrosse with M&D Club Lacrosse.

Personal: Full name is Elizabeth Ann Bannantine ... parents are James and Tracy Bannantine ... father James played volleyball at Army, while her mother Tracy played tennis at James Madison ... has two older brothers Graham (Carnegie Mellon '09) and Sean (Maryland '13), and an older sister Kit (Pitt '12) who was on the track team at Pitt.


 Season  GP-GS  G  A  Pts  FPG-FPA GB
 2013  17-17  0  1  1  0-0  19  8  17
 2014  19-17  0  1  1  0-0  25  9  24
 Career  36-34  0  2  2  0-0  44  17  41


 Career Highs  
 Assists  1, 2x MR at Brown, 3/8/14
 1, 2x MR at Brown, 3/8/14
 3 vs. Cornell, 5/2/14
 4 at Georgetown, 3/1/13
 6 at Georgetown, 3/1/13








Position: Defense
Height: 5'9"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
High School: McDonogh School