2006: Started all 16 games in goal for the Commodores, playing more than 908 minutes... Posted a save percentage of 0.450 while allowing only 10.24 goals per game... Allowed a season-low two goals in nearly 45 minutes of action during VU's 13-3 victory over Ohio... Held opponents below 10 goals on seven occasions, leading to six Vanderbilt wins... Aggressive out of the crease to pick up 29 ground balls, good for third on the team.
2005: Sat out 2005 season due to injury, opted for a medical redshirt.
2004: Made five starts and appeared in 10 games overall... Earned first collegiate win playing the final 30 minutes against league-rival Penn State... Saved 52 percent of shots faced in first five collegiate appearances... Posted career-high 13 saves in 17-11 victory over Yale... Picked up seven ground balls and caused two turnovers from the cage.
High School: Three-year starter for two-time state champion Falcons... Among her many honors, was a first-team All-County selection by Baltimore Sun, Washington Post and Capital... Also earned first-team All-America honors in 2003... Led team to a No. 16 national ranking... Member of the U-19 Women's National Lacrosse team that won the 2003 world championship.
Personal: Brooke Bonlow Shinaberry... Born 1/23/85 in Annapolis, Md... Daughter of Vicki and Henry... Has one sibling, Cameron... Earned her undergraduate degree in human & organizational development and anthropology... Graduated with honors... Studying international education policy and management at Peabody... Recognized on the Dean's List... SEC Academic Honor Roll recepient.