Let's meet junior field hockey player Brittany Ross.
As a Senior: Played 17 games and appeared in the starting line-up four times... Scored four points on two goals... Scored each of her goals vs. Vermont (10/20)... Named to the NFHCA Division I Academic Squad for the first time in her career.
As a Junior: Played 16 of the Friars' 18 games... Attempted four shots during the season and each shot was on goal... Finished with four points on two goals... Recorded her first goal against Maine (8/28) and her second against Holy Cross (9/11).
As a Sophomore: Played 17 games and appeared in the starting line-up eight times... Finished third on the team in scoring with nine points on four goals and one assist... Her four goals were tied for second-best on the team... Notched a single-game career high of four points on two goals against UC Davis (9/7) and Pacific (9/11)...Tallied her only assist of the season against Michigan State on September 18... Named BIG EAST Player of the Week on September 12...BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
As a Freshman: Played all 18 games and made 13 appearances in the starting line-up... Tallied three points on one goal and one assist... Scored her first collegiate goal against Columbia (9/19) and recorded her first career assist against Vermont (10/11)...Of her 13 shot attempts on the season, 11 were on goal (0.846).
In High School: Attended Scarborough High School...Earned four varsity letters each in field hockey and lacrosse...Earned three letters in basketball...Captained the field hockey team senior year...Recorded 31 goals and 12 assists (2009) and tallied a school record 85 career goals at Scarborough...Four-time All-State and SMAA selection...Also named Portland Press Herald MVP (2009)...Won state championships in three sports as a senior and posted undefeated records during each season.
Personal: Born March 17, 1992...Daughter of Chris Ross and Michelle Turner...Has one sister, Isabella...Her mother played field hockey at the University of Maine...Psychology major with a minor in spanish.