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Brennan Joyce

Boston College - Lacrosse
Profile:

Class: Senior
Hometown: Rye, NH
High School: Convent of the Sacred Heart
Position: Defense

NOTES (2007)
Named a team co-captain for the season.
AS A JUNIOR (2006)
Played in 11 games, including four ACC games and the ACC Championship quarterfinal loss to Maryland...scored one goal against Holy Cross on 4/19 for her only point of the season...took three shots on goal...picked up four groundballs...recorded three draw controls.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005)
Started all 17 games of the season...scored two goals and assisted on four more for six total points...tallied 14 groundballs...won 30 draw controls and had eight caused turnovers...had a season-high two points against St. Mary's (5/1)...tied her season-high of three groundballs in games against Brown (3/16) and Quinnipiac (3/19).
AS A FRESHMAN (2004)
Played in 16 contests, starting 14...finished third on team in groundballs with 29 ....dished out an assist against Notre Dame (3/28) and Connecticut (4/7)...won 18 draw controls, good for second on team...caused eight turnovers...had season-high six groundballs against Villanova (3/6).
BEFORE BC
All-America selection in 2003...earned All-America honorable mention recognition as a junior...garnered All-Fairchester Athletic Association league honors her sophomore, junior and senior years competing in field hockey and lacrosse...guided lacrosse team to Independent League Championships in 1999 and 2000...captured FAA League title in 2003.
PERSONAL
Born September 21, 1984...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...Brennan is the fourth of Maggie and Rick Joyce's six children.
Joyce's Career Stats
Year    GP  GS  G   A   Pts Shots   GB
2004 16 14 0 2 2 7 29
2005 17 17 2 4 6 6 14
2006 11 0 1 0 1 5 4
Totals 44 31 3 6 9 18 47
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