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Courtney Swan

Vero Beach, Fla.
Vero Beach
High School
Courtney Swan - Women's Lacrosse - Virginia Cavaliers

Swan Web Feature

– Member of the 2014-15 U.S. Women’s National Team


– IWLCA All-America Second Team
-Capital One Third Team Academic All-American (At Large)
– IWLCA All-South Region First Team
– All-ACC Second Team
-Capital One Academic All-Region 3 (At-Large)
– Tewaaraton Award Nominee
– Leads the ACC in assists per game (1.84), ranked No. 18 in the nation
– Fourth in the ACC in draws per game (4.47), ranked No. 15 in the nation
– Ranked ninth in the ACC in points per game (3.47)
– Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week (March 3) after scoring four goals with four assists and winning nine draws in the win at Penn State
– Recipient of the Weaver-James-Corrigan ACC Postgraduate Scholarship
-Recipient of Virginia’s ACC Scholar Award, presented annually to one male and one female student-athlete based on academic excellence and performance with distinction as a member of a varsity team
– VaSid All-State First Team
– Ranked second in program history with 272 career draw controls
– Ranked ninth in program history with 75 career assists
– Finished her career just shy of program’s top-10 in career points (188 – 113 goals, 75 assists)
– Finished the season with 66 points on 31 goals and 35 assists
– Six games contributing five or more points
– Five hat tricks
– Co-captain with Kelsey Gahan
– ACC Academic Honor Roll

– Recipient of the Elite 89 Award, presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative GPA at the NCAA Championship, just the second Virginia player in any sport to win the honor
– IWLCA Second Team All-American
– IWLCA All-South Region First Team
– Second Team All-ACC
– Tewaaraton Award Nominee
– All-ACC Academic Team
– VaSID All-State University Division Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Year
– VaSID All-State First Team
– Earned a spot on the 2014-15 U.S. Women’s National Team
– Ranked ninth in the ACC and 16th in the nation with 80 points
– Eleventh in the ACC and 21st in the nation with 53 goals
– Third in the ACC and 15th in the nation in draw controls, averaging 4.57 per game
– Her 96 draw controls this season was one shy of tying the Virginia record set by Brittany Kalstein in 2010 (97)
– Will enter the 2015 season with 187 career draw controls, third-most in program history
– Had a 21-game point streak, dating back to the 2013 season, snapped in the NCAA Quarterfinal game against North Carolina
– Scored at least a hat trick in 12 games this season
– Has twice this season contributed eight points in a game, scoring five goals with three assists at Virginia Tech and scoring four goals with four assists at William & Mary
– Had a career-high 10 draw controls in the regular-season meeting with Syracuse
– Scored four goals in the NCAA Tourney win over Princeton
– ACC Academic Honor Roll

– All-Atlantic Coast Conference
– VaSID All-State first team
– Ranked third in the ACC and 21st in the NCAA in draw controls, averaging 4.05 per game
– Her 83 draw controls were the second-highest single-season total in Virginia program history
– Third on the team in goals scored (28), assists (11) and points (39)
– Fourth on the squad with 23 ground balls
– Logged points in all but two games during the season (Princeton and Penn)
– Scored a season-high four goals against William & Mary
– Had five points (two goals, three assists) at James Madison
– Won seven draw controls, including six in the first half, in the ACC Tournament semifinal game against Maryland
– Followed that with a seven-draw performance in the NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Penn
– Had nine games in which she won five or more draw controls
– ACC Academic Honor Roll

– Played in seven games with six starts
– Scored one goal with two assists
– Finished season with seven ground balls, eight draw controls, and four caused turnovers
– Scored first collegiate goal in first collegiate game against Loyola
– Also had two assists in debut against Loyola with two ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover
– ACC Academic Honor Roll

– Finished high school career with 307 goals, 166 assists and 228 draw controls
– Under Armour All-American (’11)
– Academic All-American (’10, ’11)
– Scripps Treasure Coast Newspaper Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year (’11)
– Inside Lacrosse’s 10th-ranked incoming freshman (’11)
– Lacrosse Magazine’s South Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year (’11)
– One of Lacrosse Magazine’s Top 15 Freshman to Watch (’11)
– ESPN Top 20 Midfielders on the Rise (’10)
– ESPN All-Rise honorable mention (’10)
– Inside Lacrosse Top Seniors watch list (’10)

– Parents are Michael and Leslie Swan
– Has a brother, Trent, and a sister, Lauren
– Her major is Kinesiology

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