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Maggie McCormick
Maggie  McCormick


Eldersburg, Md.

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Check-Hers Elite


Lions Earn No. 2 Seed to Inaugural Big Ten Tournament

Penn State women's lacrosse has earned a bye into the Big Ten Semifinals on Friday and will play as the No. 2 seed against either Northwestern or Michigan


McCormick Named Tewaaraton Award Nominee

Senior attacker Maggie McCormick one of 25 women's lacrosse student-athletes named to the Tewaaraton Award nominee list


No. 8 Penn State's Rally Falls Short at No. 1 Maryland, 13-10

Nittany Lions rally from six down with a strong second half; Lazo, Mosketti each tally hat tricks, McCormick dishes five assists


No. 8 Penn State Meets No. 1 Maryland for Big Ten Title

Penn State heads to College Park to battle the top-ranked Terrapins for the inaugural Big Ten championship trophy on Thursday


No. 12 Nittany Lions Upend No. 7 Northwestern, 14-10

Penn State wins its seventh straight as it defeats Northwestern for the first time since 2003, sets up first-place battle on Thursday at Maryland

Appeared in all 18 games, starting 17 ... Led the team in assists (27), tied for first on the team in points (48) ... Tied for second on the team in shot percentage (.523) ... Notched 21 goals, 11 ground balls and 2 draw controls and caused turnovers ... Tallied a point in 16 of 18 games, posting a season-high five against Michigan (March 23) and Ohio State (April 13) ... Scored three hat tricks vs. Duquesne (Feb. 25), Michigan (March 23) and Johns Hopkins (May 1) ... Dished a season-high four assists against Ohio State (April 13) ... Named to the Academic All-Big Ten Team.

ALC Academic Honor Roll ... Named to the IWLCA All-America Second Team and All-West/Midwest First Team ... Named to the All-ALC First Team ... Nominated for the Tewaaraton Award ... Named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... Named a All-American ... Recorded the most points in season by a Nittany Lion since 1989 (87) ... Led the team in points (87), goals (50), assists (37) and shots on goal (70) ... Scored six goals in a win against James Madison (March 6) ... Scored a goal in 20 of 21 games ... Collected 12 ground balls ... Recorded three caused turnovers and two draw controls.

ALC Academic Honor Roll ... Named to the IWLCA All-West/Midwest First Team and All-ALC Second Team ... Twice earned ALC Rookie of the Week recognition (March 6, May 1) ... Led Penn State with 59 points and 30 assists and ranked fourth with 29 goals ... Recorded at least two points in 15 games ... Scored a season-high four goals against Ohio State April 15 and Princeton April 28 ... Notched four assists in a game against Virginia March 4 and Ohio State ... Collected season-best eight points against Ohio State ... Opened the season on a seven-game point-scoring streak (12g, 13a) ... Scored two goals in four straight games Feb. 22-March 7 ... Added 10 ground balls, nine draw controls and two caused turnovers.

Started four years at midfield/attack at Liberty (Md.) High School in Eldersburg, Md ... Totaled 319 points for the Lions (181 goals, 138 assists) ... Scored 74 goals and tallied 46 assists (120 points) as a senior ... Named team MVP and Liberty Athlete of the Year in 2011 ... Three-time First Team All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League and two-time First Team All-Carroll County honoree ... Selected Second Team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun in as a junior ... Recognized as a top 20 attacker and top 50 recruit by ESPN Rise and on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List in 2010 ... Earned Second Team All-Carroll County honors as a sophomore and All-MVAL Honorable Mention recognition as a freshman ... Played in the U.S. National Tournament for the Baltimore Metro team in 2009 and on the Under Armour Underclass All-Star team in 2010 ... Also won four letters in basketball ... Played club lacrosse with Check-Hers Elite under head coach Buddy Remenapp, winning a national championship in 2009.

Daughter of Dennis and Jennifer McCormick ... Has one brother, Patrick, and three sisters, Alex, Kristen and Kelly ... Born April 24, 1993 in Baltimore, Md.

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