2015 Camps
Princeton W. Lacrosse BIO
20 Erin McMunn

Outside Princeton: Member of the 2014-15 US Women's National Team, trying out for a place on the 2015-16 team this summer.

Senior Year (2015): Finished third on the team in scoring with 48 points on 29 goals and 19 assists ... added 26 draws, 11 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... played in 18 games and made 17 starts ... scored twice versus Loyola and won five draws .... tallied a goal and three assists with four draws versus Drexel ... scored two goals and two assists with four draws at Georgetown ... caused two turnovers at Dartmouth and won a draw ... had a hat trick and one assist vs. No. 11 Penn State with two draws, two ground balls and a caused turnover ... won a draw and caused a turnover before suffering an injury against Harvard ... return to action against Yale and scored twice ... had a hat trick and an assist with a draw at No. 1 Maryland ... became Princeton’s all-time assists leader with her 82nd assist at Cornell - where she also scored once, had three ground balls and two draws ... scored her 200th career point on a goal at No. 11 Penn, also had one assist and a ground ball ... scored a goal and had two draws vs. Columbia ... scored five goals with a natural hat trick and one assist with a ground ball vs. Brown ... had two goals and two assists with a draw vs. Cornell in the Ivy League semifinal ... scored a goal and two assists with a draw against Penn in the Ivy final ... had a hat trick and a draw vs. Fairfield at NCAAs ... tallied a goal and an assist with a ground ball vs. Stony Brook at NCAAs .... had one assist, a draw, a ground ball and a caused turnover at Duke in the quarterfinals.
• Second-Team All-Region
• Second-Team All-Ivy League
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
• Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List
• IWLCA/DeBeers North/South Game
• Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (April 27)
• Finalist for the Otto Von Kienbusch award (Princeton's best female athlete)
• Princeton's candidate for NCAA Woman of the Year

Junior Year (2014): Led the team in scoring with 57 points on a team-high 44 goals and 13 assists ... had a four-point game at No. 6 Loyola with two draws ... recorded a five-point game vs. Rutgers with three goals and two assists with two ground balls and two caused turnovers ... scored a goal and an assist with three draws against No. 14 Georgetown ... won six draws at Brown while scoring a goal ... tallied a goal at USC and at San Diego state ... scored two goals and two assists with three ground balls and caused turnover at Columbia ... scored four goals vs. Cornell ... led the team with a five-point game on four goals and an assist and added two ground balls and a draw vs. Yale ... scored a goal on No. 2 Maryland ... had a season-best six-point game at Harvard with five goals and an assist ... tallied four-point game with a hat trick and two ground balls vs. No. 10 Penn ... scored twice with a draw and ground ball vs. Dartmouth ... scored a goal with one draw at No. 8 Penn State ... had a career-high seven goals, an Ivy League Tournament record, against Cornell in the semifinal, while adding an assist, caused turnover and a ground ball ... had a hat trick vs. No. 15 Penn in Ivy League final ... named to Ivy All-Tournament team and first-team All-Ivy ... scored her 100th career goal vs. Penn State at NCAAs, where she four goals and one assist, and one draw ... had a 39-game goal scoring streak end against No. 11 Virginia at the NCAAs, where she won one draw.
• Tewaaraton Watch List
• Third-Team IWLCA All-America
• First-Team All-Ivy League
• First-Team All-Region
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
• Academic All-Ivy League
• IWLCA Academic Honor Roll

Sophomore Year (2013): Ivy League Attacker of the Year and unanimous first-team selection ... Tewaaraton Watch List ... started in all 17 games ... scored in all 17 games ... had one goal, two ground balls and two draws against Villanova ... scored twice at No. 11 Georgetown ... had a seven-point game (3-4-7) with three caused turnovers, three draws and three ground balls against USC ... scored five goals and added an assist vs. Brown ... scored two goals and assisted on five at Rutgers ... had a three-point game (1-2-3) against Hopkins and won four draws ... had a career-best nine-point game with a career-high six goals and three assists against Columbia - ties for 4th all-time in Princeton history for points in a game ... four-point game (2-2-4) at Cornell with two draws and two ground balls ... posted a five-point game (3-2-5) at Yale with three groundballs ... named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week on March 25 & April 1 ... had a four-point game (2-2-4) at Maryland with a career-high nine draw controls (second most in a game in school history) ... four-point game at Penn (3-1-4) with three draws ... had two points and seven draws at Dartmouth ... tallied six points (3-3-6) in a win over Penn State ... had a goal, an assist and three draws in the Ivy League semifinal game ... scored twice, had one assist and seven draws against Duke in the NCAAs.
• Tewaaraton Watch List
• Second-Team All-America (IWLCA)
• Ivy League Attacker of the Year
• First-Team All-Ivy League
• First-Team All-Region
• Synapse Sports Third-Team All-America

Freshman Year (2012): Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... second-team All-Ivy ... started in eight games and has played in all 15 ... set a program record for assists in a game with six at Temple where she had a career-best seven-point game ... point-scoring streak of 10 games, with two points in each game ... had a six-point game at Columbia scoring three times and earning three assists ... recorded a five-point game in her first career game at Villanova with two goals and three assists ... had one goal and three assists for four points at Brown ... had two assists against Rutgers, Duke, Virginia and Johns Hopkins ... scored twice against Cornell, Harvard and Penn ...  had one goal and two helpers vs. Yale where she picked up a career-high three ground balls and caused turnovers each ... had four points on one goal and three assists at Penn State ... tallied three goals and two assists in a win over Dartmouth ... has won two draw controls in two separate games.
• Ivy League Rookie of the Year
• Second-Team All-Ivy League

Before Princeton: Lettered four years at Winters Mill ... helped the Falcons to a 63-9 record while tallying 310 career points ... scored 39 goals and added 45 assists as senior captain ... Winters Mill won three conference and state titles, four regional championships and two county championships during her tenure ... a three-time first-team all-county and all-Monocacy Valley Athletic League (MVAL) selection ... named first-team all-Metro ... a 2011 US Lacrosse All-Academic honoree ... played her club lacrosse with Check-Hers Elite in 2011 ... a member of the US Women's U19 National Team ... also lettered in soccer, basketball and indoor track.

Personal: Full name is Erin Elizabeth McMunn ... born August 4, 1993 ... parents are Dan and Gretchin McMunn ... has one sister, Caitlyn ... major is undeclared.

 Season  GP-GS  G  A  Pts  FPG-FPA GB
 2012  15-8  18  30  48  2-4 12 9  6
 2013  17-17  40  29  69  4-9 14 45  6
 2014  18-16  44  13  57  4-9 14 19  5
 2015  18-17  29  19  48  2-9 11 26  7
 Career  68-58  131  91  222  14-31 51 102  24


 Career Highs  
 Goals  7 vs. Cornell, 5/2/14
 Assists  6 at Temple, 4/4/12
 Points  9 vs. Columbia, 3/27/13
 9 at Maryland, 4/10/13
 3, 5x MR at Cornell, 4/11/15
 3, 2x MR vs. USC, 3/3/13
Position: Attack
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Westminster, Md.
High School: Winters Mill
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