2006: Had a break-out year last season, leading the Bears with nine goals ... Finished second on the team with 18 points and also led Brown with three game-winning goals ... Ranked fifth in the Ivy League in points, first in goals, and third in game-winning goals ... A Second Team All-Ivy selection, Posa also earned NFHCA Second Team All-Region honors ... Named Ivy Player of the Week after scoring the game-winner in 1-0 victory over Harvard ... Also had the game-winner in overtime in 1-0 win over Columbia ... Scored two goals in Brown's 4-2 win over URI ... Named Second Team District I ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America ... 2005: Played in all 16 games, while earning three starts ... Notched two goals on the season, finishing tied for fifth on the team in scoring ... Netted her first career goal at Boston College ... Scored the other on a penalty stroke in 2-1 win at Yale ... 2004: Posa played in nine games as a rookie ... Before Brown: Played field hockey, basketball, and softball at Weston High School ... Named 2004 Boston Globe Division A Scholar Athlete of the Year ... 2003 Boston Globe Field Hockey Player of the Year ... 2003 Boston Herald and MetroWest Daily News All-Star ... Member of Gold Medal winning team at the 2003 Bay State Games ... Helped to lead Weston High School field hockey team to the 2002 and 2003 Massachusetts State Finals ... Team won the Eastern Massachusetts Championship in 2002 and 2003 ... Team won Division I Massachusetts North Sectional Championship in 2001 and 2002 ... 2003 USFHA Futures Elite and 2002 Junior Olympian ... Led her team in assists as a sophomore with 22 ... Tallied 42 points (10g, 22a) in 2001 and 25 points (4g, 17a) in 2002 ... Honor Roll all four years ... Recipient of Weston Boosters Scholar Athlete Award as a freshman and sophomore ... Personal: Daughter of Sandy and Yvonne Posa, who both graduated from Brown ... Concentrating in Neuroscience.