Bel Air, Md.
Commodores must win to keep postseason hopes alive
Commodores and Owls enter tied for fifth in BIG EAST
Commodores honoring nine-member graduating class
3-1 Commodores ready to face 4-0 Golden Eagles
VU Hall of Fame welcomes 10 new members
2011 (Junior): Earned first-team All-America honors from the IWLCA for the second consecutive season... First-team All-American Lacrosse Conference honoree... Nominee for 2011 Tewaaraton Award... Top 10 nationally in ground balls, caused turnovers and draw controls... Already VU's career leader with 183 draw controls... Currently ranks eighth all-time in points (159), 11th in goals (100) and fourth in assists (59)... Scored her 100th career goal in ALC Tournament against Ohio State... Started all 16 games as VU's center mid... Season-high four goals at Duke... Season-high eight ground balls against Jacksonville and New Hampshire... Won nine draw controls against North Carolina... Caused five New Hampshire turnovers... Also notched a season-high six points against Wildcats... Chosen to play for the 2011-12 U.S. women's national senior team following a summer tryout.... Named to the ALC Academic Honor Roll and the Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2010 (Sophomore): Started all 18 games...second on team in assists, points and shots...scooped up a team-leading 49 ground balls...led the team with 42 caused turnovers and came up with a team-high 63 draw controls...seven free-position goals were a team-best...tied for second on team with 40 goals...recorded a career-high six goals and seven points against Ohio State...tallied game winners against Penn State, Johns Hopkins and Ohio State...scored goals in 16 games and had ten games with multiple goals...caused five turnovers and grabbed nine ground balls against Delaware.
2009 (Freshman): Started all 16 games that she played in... Led all freshmen in goals, assists, points, and ground balls... Second on the team in assists, points, and ground balls... Fourth on the team in goals scored... Recorded two goals against North Carolina in her first collegiate game... Had ten games with multiple goals scored... Tallied a career high, four-goal game against Delaware... Received Rookie of the Week honors.
High School: Four-year starter for Coach Kristyn Porchella's Patriots... Three-time All-American and twice named Academic All-American... Chosen to the Tewaaraton High School Team in 2007 and 2008... 2008 Baltimore Sun Female Athlete of the Year as well as Lacrosse Player of the Year... Named Harford County Player of the Year in 2008... Selected Player of the Match for Team USA's U-19 Semifinal game vs. England in 2007... Thrice honored as All-Met, All-County, IAAM All-Star.
Allyson Nicole Carey... Born July 23, 1990, in Baltimore... Daughter of Donna and Ben Carey... Sister to Kristina and Samantha... Majoring in human and organizational development.