Three-time letterwinner that is known for her speed and ability to make 2-point plays with caused turnovers and groundballs • key component of the defensive unit and transition game • two-time IWLCA All-Region and All-CAA First Team honoree • has started all 51 of Delaware’s games during her career • all-time program leader with 87 career caused turnovers • set UD single-season record with 38 caused turnovers in 2015 • averages 1.706 caused turnovers per game.
2016 SEASON (GAME BY GAME)
IWLCA Second Team All-Mid Atlantic Region honoree • First Team All-CAA selection • MidMajor Lacrosse All-America Honorable Mention • CAA All-Tournament Team • set UD single-season record with 38 caused turnovers • led the CAA and ranked ninth in NCAA Division I standings with 2.11 caused turnovers per game • guided a Delaware defensive unit that finished fourth nationally with a scoring defense of 7.0 and 16th with 9.59 caused turnovers per game • first for the Blue Hens with 37 groundballs at a clip of 2.06 per contest, which was good for 93rd in the nation • second in Delaware Stadium history with a career-high six groundballs against Temple (March 14) • third in Delaware Stadium history with four caused turnovers against Hofstra (April 10) • tied a Blue Hens CAA Tournament record with three caused turnovers versus James Madison (May 1) • registered first career goal in win at William & Mary (April 17) • followed with a goal in CAA semifinals contest against the Dukes (May 1) • dished out a career-high two assists in win at La Salle (Feb. 25).
IWLCA Second Team All-Mid Atlantic Region honoree • First Team All-CAA selection • UD Janet Smith Grit Awardee • tied for second in single-season record books with 31 caused turnovers • placed second in the CAA and 17th in the NCAA with 1.82 caused turnovers per game • also led team with 31 groundballs • dished out a career-high two assists in 18-7 victory over La Salle (March 5) • collected a career-best three draw controls at Rutgers (March 1) • tallied four groundballs and three caused turnovers vs. No. 16 Stony Brook (April 22).
Started all 16 games for Delaware in rookie campaign • CAA All-Rookie Team selection • Team Most Improved Player • led Blue Hens with 18 caused turnovers (1.13 per game/91st NCAA) • third on team with 24 groundballs • added four draw controls and one assist • dished out first assist of career in team’s 10-9 victory against No. 11 Loyola (March 13), marking UD’s first victory over a ranked opponent since 2009 and the highest ranked foe since 2000 • scooped up season-best four groundballs vs. nationally-ranked Denver (Feb. 24) and Lafayette (March 16) • recorded a season-best four caused turnovers vs. Temple (March 27).
Played lacrosse and field hockey all four years at Middletown High School • helped lead both teams to a combined eight conference championships • US Lacrosse All-American • 2012 team MVP • two-time FNP All-Area and All-Gazette honoree • All-Galaxy team selection • played for Gretchen Martin, Dawn Rothchhoefer and Ginny Dumars • honor roll student that also served as the secretary of her sophomore class and is active in numerous community service projects in her area.
Erin Marie Wein • born January 18, 1994 in California • daughter of Perry and Pamela Wein • has one older brother, Matthew, who played two seasons of lacrosse at Randolph Macon • cites her mom and dad as her biggest influences because they attend all of her games and always cheers her on • majoring in business marketing • began playing lacrosse in fifth grade • chose Delaware because of the size of the school and atmosphere • fond of angel food cake • helps coach the club lacrosse team FSLAX • interned at Magnises (NYC) during the summer.
Goals: 1 – 2x, last vs. James Madison, 5/1/15 (CAA Tournament)
Assists: 2 vs. La Salle, 3/5/14
Points: 2 vs. La Salle, 3/5/14
Shots: 1 – 6x, last vs. James Madison, 5/1/15 (CAA Tournament)
SOG: 1 – 6x, last vs. James Madison, 5/1/15 (CAA Tournament)
Groundballs: 6 vs. Temple, 3/14/15
Draw Controls: 3 at Rutgers, 3/1/14
Caused Turnovers: 4 – 5x, last vs. Hofstra, 4/10/15
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