Fourth-year member of the team and three-time letterwinner • known for her ability to collect draws, shut down opponent’s top attackers and finish • CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • two-time CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll student • three career hat tricks.
Saw action in 11 games while starting four for the Blue Hens • finished season fourth on the team with four assists • added eight goals for a total of 12 points • registered 10 draw controls and three groundballs • scored lone hat trick of the season at Lehigh on March 5 • added two assists against the Mountain Hawks for a career-high five points • tied a career-high with four draw controls at George Mason on April 7.
Started seven of nine games played • missed eight games with an injury • recorded nine goals, good for sixth on the team • tied for third on the team with four assists • collected a total of 13 points on 20 shots • went 1-for-5 from free position shots • totaled eight draw controls and three groundballs • scored two hat tricks against James Madison (4/20/12) and at William & Mary (4/8/12) • marked first-career free position goal against James Madison (4/20/12) • posted a career-high six shots at William & Mary (4/8/12).
Named to the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team • started all 17 contests as a freshman • ranked second on the Blue Hens by winning 24 draw controls • scored six goals and added one assist for seven points on the season • recorded 14 shots on the year, including 11 on goal • scooped up 12 groundballs, including season-highs of three vs. Maryland and Penn State • caused seven turnovers • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • named CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on Apr. 4.
Four-year player at the Academy of Notre Dame in Villanova, Pa. where she played for Erin Cleary Cook • team went 12-4 during her senior year • earned honorable mention All-Inter-Academic League (Inter Ac) plaudits in her sophomore and junior seasons • earned first-time All Main Line, Inter Ac and All Delaware County honors • a three sport athlete who competed in field hockey and basketball • led field hockey team to Inter-Ac championships in junior and senior season seasons • four-year honor roll member • served as an Athletic Association Student Council representative in final three years of high school.
Bridget Ann Burns • born March 26, 1992 • daughter of Pat and Helen Burns • no relation to teammate and fellow senior Shannon Burns • has two siblings, one older, Regina, and one younger, Natalie • began playing basketball in first grade, field hockey in fifth grade and lacrosse in seventh grade • lists George Hopson as biggest influence, having coached her for two seasons and has supported her both in lacrosse and life • selected Delaware because she wants to help win the CAA and compete for a national championship • studying finance at the university • recognized with the Public Anthropology Award by the Center for Public Anthropology for her participation in a North American writing competition • interned with SEI Investments.
Goals: 3 – 3x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13)
Assists: 2 at Lehigh (3/5/13)
Points: 5 at Lehigh (3/5/13)
Shots: 6 at William & Mary (4/8/12)
SOG: 4 – 3x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13)
FPG: 1 – 2x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13)
FGS: 2 – 2x, last Rutgers (3/9/13)
Groundballs: 3 – 2x, last vs. Penn State (3/12/11)
Draw Controls: 4 – 3x, last at George Mason (4/7/13)
Caused Turnovers: 2 vs. George Mason (4/22/12)