Senior Year (2013): Appeared in all 17 games and started in 16 games ... scored 16 goals and four assists, while collected 11 ground balls, eight draws and six caused turnovers ... matched her career-best of three ground balls in a game against Villanova and Brown ... scored a goal against Villanova, Georgetown, USC, Rutgers, Cornell ... had a career-high two caused turnovers at Yale along with two draws ... went 2-for-2 from the 8-meter at Maryland ... scored three times with two 8-meters against Harvard ... won two draws at Penn with one caused turnover and one ground ball ... scored twice and had one assist at Dartmouth ... had a career-game vs. Penn State with four goals and two assists (scored the first two goals of the game, made it 6-1 and factored into final three goals) ... named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week on April 29 ... won two draws vs. Duke in the NCAAs ... named to the Israeli National Team.
Junior Year (2012): Played in all 15 games and earned two starts ... had three three-point games vs. Brown (2-1-3), Columbia (1-2-3) and Yale (2-1-3) ... scored twice against Villanova, Brown and Yale ... had two assists against Cornell ... earned an assist against Maryland ... scored in a win over Dartmouth ... picked up two ground balls vs. Yale.
Sophomore Year (2011): Played in 18 games and made two starts ... tallied a hat trick against Columbia where she won two draw controls ... had two four-point games at Cornell and No. 1 Maryland ... had two points at No. 4 Duke, No. 9 JMU and No. 8 Viriginia ... scored a goal against Johns Hopkins and No. 13 PSU ... had an assist on one of the overtime goals against No. 8 Penn in the Ivy League semifinal ... had two assists in the Ivy title game versus Harvard ... earned one helper in the NCAA first round game at James Madison ... scored at Maryland in the NCAA quarterfinals.
Freshman Year (2010): Played in 10 games and made one start ... scored six goals and one assist for seven points ... picked up six ground balls, two caused turnovers and one draw control ... made her first start at Columbia where she had a goal and an assist, along with three ground balls and a draw control ... earned her first caused turnover at Georgetown ... scored two goals at Temple ... had a hat trick against Yale.
Before Princeton: An attacker from Radnor High School who collected 197 career points ... the squad posted a 64-4 record during her three years ... senior captain ... as a senior she scored 109 goals while adding 18 assists, 47 ground balls, 31 caused turnovers and 15 draw controls ... the Raiders went undefeated (23-0) in 2008 on the way to the District I AAA championship title ... the team was the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) girls lacrosse champions in 2009 ... named All-Main Line, All-Delco, and All-Central League in 2009 ... earned All-America Honorable Mention accolades in 2008 and named All-America in 2009 ... a member of the Under Armour Girls All-America team ... named to the national all-academic team in 2008 and 2009 ... earned the Sally Wilson Award awarded to the MVP ... broke the school record for most goals scored in a season and the tied the record for the most goals scored in a game with 10 ... was a member of the Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club, the 2008 Upper Atlantic Team 2 and the National Tournament Senior All-Star team ... also lettered in golf.
Personal: Full name is Samantha Hope Ellis ... born April 29, 1991 ... parents are David and Sally Ellis ... has one brother Jordan (Yale '07) and one sister Stephanie (Penn State '10) who both played collegiate lacrosse ... majoring in sociology.
|| 4 vs. Penn State, 4/24/13
|Assists|| 2, 5x MR vs. Penn State, 4/24/13
|| 6 vs. Penn State, 4/24/13
|| 2, 4x MR vs. Duke, 5/10/13
|| 3, 3x MR vs. Brown, 3/9/13
|| 2 vs. Yale, 4/16/13
|Hometown:||Bryn Mawr, Pa.|