Senior Year (2014): Played in all 19 games and made 18 starts ... finished fourth on the team in scoring with 28 goals and eight assists for 36 points ... led the team in ground balls with 30 and draw controls with 40 ... third on the team in caused turnovers with 11 ... recorded a hat trick at No. 6 Loyola with two draws and one ground ball ... had two caused turnovers and two draws vs. Rutgers ... scored a goal against No. 14 Georgetown ... scored a goal with two ground balls, a draw and a caused turnover at Brown ... scored four goals with four ground balls, three draws and a caused turnover against No. 6 Viriginia ... had a three-point game with two goals, a ground ball, draw and caused turnover at USC ... tallied a goal and three draws at San Diego State ... had a two-point game with three ground balls, two draws and a caused turnover at Columbia ... had a three-point game with two goals and four draws vs. Cornell ... assisted on a goal against Yale and won two draws ... scored a goal on No. 2 Maryland ... scored a free-position goal with two ground balls at Harvard ... scored a goal and caused three turnovers and won three draws against Penn ... scored twice with two draws vs. Dartmouth ... matched career-high four goals at No. 8 Penn State with two draws and three ground balls ... tallied an assist and three ground balls vs. Cornell in the Ivy League semifinal ... scored a goal on No. 15 Penn in Ivy final ... unanimous Ivy League Midfielder of the Year and first-team selection ... had a three-point game vs. Penn State at NCAAs with six draws and three ground balls ... scored a goal and two assists, with three gorund balls, and a draw at Virginia in the NCAAs.
• Ivy League Midfielder of the Year
• First-Team All-Ivy League
• Second-Team All-Region
• Emily Goodfellow Award (team award)
• Art Lane Award (Princeton award)
Junior Year (2013): Unanimous First-Team All-Ivy League selection ... started in all 17 games ... finished third on the team in scoring with 33 points on 19 goals and 14 assists ... led the team in draw controls with 52 and in ground balls with 30 and had the third-highest caused turnovers on the team with 14 ... had four draw controls against Villanova ... tied a school record of six assists in a game against USC while adding eight draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers ... had three goals, two assists and five ground balls against Brown ... score twice at Virginia ... had a goal, an assist and three draws against Hopkins ... had a goal and an assist vs. Columbia ... scored once and won four draws at Cornell ... had a four-point game (1-3-4) at Yale with five draw controls ... scored twice at Maryland ... tallied a goal at Penn ... had a four-point game (3-1-4) at Dartmouth ... scored twice with a career-high seven draws, five ground balls, and four caused turnovers ... scored a goal, won four draws and had two ground balls against Dartmouth in the Ivy League semifinal ... had one goals, four draws, four ground balls and two caused turnovers against Duke in the NCAAs.
• First-Team All-Ivy League
Sophomore Year (2012): Started in all 15 games ... scored in 12 of 15 games ... had four three-point games, at Brown (1-2-3), Columbia (2-1-3), Johns Hopkins (1-2-3) and Temple (3-0-3) ... scored twice against Duke and Cornell ... scored on Yale, Maryland and PSU ... won a career-high six draws at Temple and won five at Harvard ... caused a career-best three turnovers vs. Virginia ... picked up a career-high four ground balls against Cornell.
Freshman Year (2011): Played in all 19 games and has made 15 starts ... had a five-point game with four goals at Cornell ... had a four-point game at No. 14 Dartmouth ... recorded three three-point games against Yale, Columbia and No. 13 PSU ... had an assist against Harvard and two at No. 8 Penn ... earned four draw controls, two caused turnovers and two ground balls against No. 13 PSU ... had two points against JMU in the NCAAs.
Before Princeton: A member of the 2010 Tewaaraton Watch List ... lettered three seasons at Severna Park while playing primarily midfield with stints at both defense and goal ... named an All-America by both US Lacrosse and Under Armour ... was a US Lacrosse All-Academic honoree ... during her tenure, the Falcons recorded a 54-4 overall record including a 20-0 mark her sophomore season ... captain her senior year ... earned Washington Post All-Metro and first-team all-county honors ... suffered an injury in 2009 that limited her mobility moving her to the goalie position that led her team to the state and district titles ... the Falcons were also region and state champions in 2008 ... Severna Park finished the 2010 season ranked No. 7 in the nation ... played club lacrosse for SP Lax Club, Inc. ... also lettered in swimming.
Personal: Full name is Sarah Evans Lloyd ... born September 7, 1992 ... parents are Tom and Ann Lloyd ... has a twin sister Emily who will join the swim team at Virginia in the fall, and a younger sister Lizzie ... father Tom played lacrosse at Maryland from 1980-82.
|Goals|| 4, 3x MR at Penn State, 4/26/14
|Assists|| 6 vs. USC, 3/3/13
|Points|| 6 vs. USC, 3/3/13
|| 8 vs. USC, 3/3/13
|| 5, 2x MR vs. PSU, 4/27/13
|CT|| 4 vs. PSU, 4/27/13
|City/State:||Severna Park, Md.|
|High School:||Severna Park|