Senior Year (2014): Made 15 starts and played in 16 games ... suffered a season-ending injury in the opening seconds of the Ivy League semifinal game ... finished second on the team in caused turnovers with 14, and added 17 draws and 13 ground balls ... had a career-high four caused turnovers and four ground balls at No. 6 Loyola ... tallied her first career assist vs. Rutgers while winning two draws ... scored her first career goal against No. 14 Georgetown, while adding one assist, and a career-best five draw controls ... had three caused turnovers vs. Cornell ... picked up three ground balls, won a draw and caused a turnover vs. Yale ... won two draws at Harvard ... tallied an assist with three ground balls and three caused turnovers vs. Dartmouth ... won three draws at No. 8 Penn State ... named first-team All-Ivy.
• Second-Team IWLCA All-America
• First-Team All-Ivy League
• First-Team All-Region
• Connie McAllister Award (team award)
Junior Year (2013): Started and played in 16 games ... finished third on the team in caused turnovers with 14, second on the team in ground balls with 21 and third on the team in draws with 24 .... had three ground balls, two draws and two caused turnovers at No. 11 Georgetown ... won three draws vs. USC and at Virginia, where she also had three ground balls ... had a career-high three caused turnovers and three draws in a win over Hopkins ... won three draws against Columbia ... won a career-best four draws at Cornell with one caused turnover and one ground ball ... collected two draws against Harvard ... had three ground balls at Penn and five versus Penn State ... caused two turnovers and had three ground balls against Dartmouth in the Ivy semifinal ... played last two games with a casted hand.
Sophomore Year (2012): Played in all 15 games and has made eight starts ... made her first career start at Brown ... picked up a career-high three ground balls and a career-best two caused turnovers at Brown ... has won a draw control in eight separate games.
Freshman Year (2011): Appeared in four games ... earned her first draw control at No. 4 Duke and her first ground ball against Brown.
Before Princeton: A three-year varsity letterwinner at Loyola Academy with Bowen ... a two-time US Lacrosse All-America honoree, a US Lacrosse All-Academic and a 2010 Under Armour All-America ... during her three years she helped the Ramblers to a 66-12 record while collecting 77 career points, 159 ground balls, 134 caused turnovers and 130 draw controls ... captain her junior and senior years, guiding Loyola to back-to-back state championships ... scored 40 goals, 13 assists, 68 draw controls, 55 ground balls and 41 caused turnovers as the team posted a 24-1 record her senior season ... the Ramblers were state runners-up in 2007 and 2008 ... her senior year Loyola was ranked first in the Midwest region by Laxpower, ranked seventh in the nation by MaxPreps and 20th in the nation by ESPN Rise ... a two-time first-team all-state selection ... earned academic all-state honors ... named first-team all-conference and first-team all-tournament in the Illinois State Tournament as a freshman ... played club for Wildcat Elite from 2006-09 ... a member of the Great Lakes National Team in 2008, the Illinois National team in 2009, Under Armour Midwest Team in 2009, ESPN Rise All-America team in 2010 and Under Armour All-America team in 2010 ... also played varsity tennis where she was team captain her senior year receiving two team awards.
Personal: Full name is Colleen Marie Smith ... born May 25, 1992 ... parents are John and Patti Smith ... has a twin brother Patrick, an older brother John Joe and an older sister Katie ... father John wrestled at Notre Dame in 1975-76, sister Katie rowed at Notre Dame in 2004 and twin brother Patrick will be a member of the cross country and track teams at Notre Dame.
|Goals||1 vs. Georgetown, 3/1/14|
|Assists||1, 3x MR vs. Dartmouth, 4/19/14|
|Points||2 vs. Georgetown, 3/1/14|
|| 5 vs. Georgetown, 3/1/14
|| 5 vs. PSU, 4/27/13
|CT|| 4 at Loyola, 2/22/14
|High School:||Loyola Academy|