Junior is fourth Terrapin to earn the honor
Maryland drops 9-7 decision to Wildcats; finishes season 19-4
Maryland faces Northwestern for chance at third straight championship game appearance Friday on ESPN3
Schwarzmann's eight points help lift Maryland past #6 Loyola 17-11 Saturday
Maryland plays host to #6 Loyola at noon Saturday in the NCAA Quarterfinals
As a Senior in 2012: Established career-bests in goals (38) and points (61) in 2012...recorded a career-high five goals on Senior Night against Georgetown (4/25)...notched a hat trick against UMass in the first round of the NCAA tourney...also tallied three draw controls...started in all 20 matches for ACC champion Terps...posted multiple-goal showings in 10 games...tallied a goal and an assist and had two draw controls against William & Mary (2/12) ... scored two goals and tallied three assists against Delaware (2/16) ... scored a goal and added three ground balls against No. 6 Virginia (3/2) ... notched a goal and added two assists at Hofstra (3/4)...tallied a hat trick against Penn (3/30), Princeton (4/11), and Virginia Tech (4/20)...recorded two goals and an assist against Richmond (3/13), Stony Brook (3/20), James Madison (3/24), and North Carolina (4/23)...picked up two caused turnovers vs. James Madison.
As a Junior in 2011: Started in all 23 matches for Maryland in her junior campaign...fifth on the team in goals with 31 and also added 21 assists...scored a career-high four goals at No. 20 Boston College (3/20)...tallied hat tricks against No. 16 Penn State (2/20) and No. 5 Virginia (3/4)...also added a pair of helpers for five points against the Cavaliers...third on the squad with 25 draw controls...tallied four points on two goals and two assists in a win against No. 12 Princeton (4/13)...registered a goal and two assists in the national championship game and two points in the Terps' win against Duke in the semifinals.
As a Sophomore in 2010: Breakout season for the young midfielder...tallied 17 goals while seeing action in all 23 games for the Terps...netted hat tricks against Penn (4/2) and Dartmouth (5/8)...tallied multiple points five time...scored a goal and added a draw control against Syracuse in the national semifinals (5/28)...notched a draw control against Northwestern in the national championship game...finished the season with 15 draw controls and eight ground balls...scored two goals, including the game-winner, against top-ranked North Carolina in the ACC Championship game (4/25).
As a Freshman in 2009: Emerged as a top threat off the bench for Maryland in her rookie campaign...tallied 14 goals on the year in 17 games played...mustered four multi-goal showings, including three scores versus Virginia Tech (4/18)...also added two assists against the Hokies for a career-high five points...registered nine groundballs...had a season-high three groundballs against Syracuse (5/16) in Maryland's NCAA quarterfinal win...had multiple draw controls on three occasions and ended the year with eight...also caused five turnovers.
Prep: Garnered eight letters, four apiece in lacrosse and field hockey, while at Glenelg High School...set Gladiator lacrosse career records in goals (172), assists (143), points (315) and draw controls (221)...also set a county record for assists in a game with 11...in 2008, was an All-American and a member of Toyota Girl's High School All Tewaarton and Under Armour All-American teams...tabbed Inside Lacrosse "Top 50 players to watch in the nation"....Glenelg was Maryland State champions during her senior, sophomore and freshman campaigns...2A Maryland State record holder for points in the state championship game (9)...named an All-Met according to the Washington Post, Baltimore Examiner and Baltimore Sun...also played for Hero's Lacrosse.
Personal: Kristine S. Black was born April 5, 1990...daughter of Kathy and Bradley Black...dad, Bradley, wrestled at Edinboro...mother, Kathy, played both field hockey and lacrosse at James Madison...has two brothers, Robbie, who is enrolled at Maryland, and Patrick...also has one sister, Michele...lists her favorite sports heroes as Juan Dixon and Gary Williams...undecided on major.