14 - Bridget McNamara
Bridget McNamara
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bethesda, MD
High School: National Cathedral School
Position: B

2010: Recipient of the team’s Tricia E. Colligan ’96 Award for sportsmanship … Started all 17 games, helping to anchor the backfield … Had two defensive saves (9th all-time at Brown) on the season, earning one against Monmouth and one against Providence … Also tallied one assist, against Harvard … Named to NFHCA All-Academic Squad … 2009: Appeared in 15 games, earning eight starts and contributing significant minutes in both the midfield and the backfield … 2008: Appeared in nine games as a rookie and earned three starts … Before Brown: A four-year member of both the field hockey and crew team at National Cathedral, McNamara was a captain for both teams as a senior … A three-time MVP of her field hockey team, McNamara was also a three-time All-League selection, earning Second Team Washington Post All-Met, South Region All-American, First Team Washington Examiner, and DC Field Hockey Player of the Year honors as a senior … Broke the National Cathedral record for tackles in a season with 300 in 2005 … Also named Honorable Mention All-Met for crew in 2007 and 2008 … Played club field hockey most recently for Southeast Field Hockey … Two-time member of Region 7 Futures team for National Futures Championship (2007, 2008) …A Maryland Distinguished Scholar and a National Commended Scholar, McNamara was the recipient of the Sylvia Thompson Memorial Award for character and moral integrity (2008) …  Personal: The daughter of Alex McNamara and Christine Donohoo, Bridget has a brother, Muncie … Concentrating in Political Science.

McNamara’s Career Highs
Assists:
1, vs. Harvard (10/2/10)
Points:
1, vs. Harvard (10/2/10)
Shots:
1, 8x, last vs. Providence (10/20/10)
Shots on Goal:
1, 4x, last vs. Davidson (10/9/10)
DS:
1, 2x, last vs. Providence (10/20/10)

McNamara's Career Stats        
 GP/GSGAPtsShSOGGWDSPS-ATT
20089/300000000-0
200915/800052000-0
201017/1701132020-0
TOTALS41/2801184020-0