Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Surrey, England
High School: Kingston Grammar School


  • NFHCA All-American (Second Team - 2011, 2012)
  • All-ACC Team (2010, 2011, 2012)
  • NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region (First Team - 2010, First Team - 2011, 2012)
  • All-American (Second Team - 2010, 2012)
  • Preseason All-ACC Team (2011)
  • ACC All-Tournament Team (2010)
  • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2011)
  • Preseason All-ACC Team (2011, 2012)
  • ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year (2011)

    International Experience:
    Member of English U-18 National Squad in 2008-09...logged 31 junior caps for England...played for England's U-16 team from 2006-07...participated in the Four Nations Tournament at age 14.

    As a senior in 2012: Named an NFHCA All-American, to NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team and to All-ACC Team for the third straight year...also named to Preseason All-ACC Team... started in every game...had one assist vs. #19 UMass (Sept. 8)...had two assists in Terps' win over Dartmouth (Sept. 9)...notched an assist on Terps' game-winning goal in 6-0 rout of Temple (Sept. 30)...notched an assist in Terps' win at #8 Old Dominion (Oct. 12)...also had an assist vs. UC Davis (Oct. 14)...notched two assists in Terps' overtime thriller vs. #1 North Carolina (Oct. 20)...had an assist vs. American (Oct. 22)...notched three assists in Terps' ACC Championship game run...had one assist vs. #22 Duke in ACC Quarterfinal (Nov. 1)...had two assists vs. #6 Virginia in ACC Semifinals (Nov. 2)...earned team's Carla Tagliente Award, the honor given to the student-athlete that displays excellence on the field and in the classroom.

    As a junior in 2011: Named an NFHCA Second Team All-American, to All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team and to All-ACC Team...started in all 23 games...named to the Preseason All-ACC Team...member of defensive unit that held opponents to just five goals in Terps' NCAA tournament run...tallied eight points in Terps' NCAA Championship run...notched two assists on the Terps' first two goals in NCAA Championship game vs. No. 1 North Carolina (Nov. 20)...sent a baseline pass to Gerzabek for first score, then stopped on penalty corner Buckley scored off of to tie the game with no time left...scored Terps' third goal in 57th minute vs. No. 2 Old Dominion in NCAA Semifinal (Nov. 18)...scored first goal of the year in overtime over No. 3 Syracuse to send Terps to NCAA 84th minute of play, she scored off a corner for the win over the Orange (Nov. 13)...notched a career-high three assists at Rutgers in regular season finale (Oct. 30)...notched two assists vs. Drexel (Oct. 26)...had the assist on Buckley's goal as time expired at No. 2 North Carolina (Oct. 22)...notched two assists in three straight games - at No. 8 Duke (Oct. 8), vs. Virginia (Sept. 30) and vs. Princeton (Sept. 27)...also had an assist vs. Villanova (Sept. 11)...added an assist vs. Northwestern (Sept. 10)...notched first assist of the year vs. No. 9 Michigan (Sept. 4)...named ACC's Scholar Athlete of the Year...also named to the NFHCA All-Academic Squad.

    As a sophomore in 2010: Proved to be one of the Terrapins strongest defenders....named to the All-ACC team, as well as the All-Mid Atlantic Region's First Team...scored the game-tying goal in the NCAA Championship game against No. 2 North Carolina...with 7:25 remaining in the game, dribbled inside the circle and took a hard shot to tie the game at two...Terps went on to win 3-2 in double was her only goal of the season...honored on NCAA All-Tournament team...named a Second Team All-American by the team's Carla Tagliente Award, the honor given to the student-athlete that displays excellence on the field and in the classroom...member of 2010 ACC and NCAA Championship team

    As a freshman in 2009: Saw action in 17 games, including the last 12 straight...over the course of the season became an important contributor to the Terps' defense unit...assigned to defend some of the nation's top players in the postseason...earned first career start in the NCAA Second Round vs. Drexel (Nov. 15)...scored first career goal against No. 20 Old Dominion (Oct. 16)and first career assist against Towson (Sept. 13)...member of ACC Championship team and NCAA finalist team...named to ACC's Academic Honor Roll.

    Before Maryland: Attended Kingston Grammar School... helped Kingston claim U-18 National Championships in 2004 and U-18 Indoor National Championship in placed second in 2004 U-13 national finals and 2007 U-16 indoor national finals...member of England U-16 team from 2005-07 and U-18 team from 2007-09... ...led her squad to an U-15 Surrey County Championship in 2006...played cricket for Surrey in U-11, U-13 and U-15 teams from ages 9-13...also a tennis and basketball player, competed with the English Developmental U-14 basketball team.

    Personal: Harriet Grace Tibble ... majoring in international business and in marketing...participated in the Elmbridge Youth Games...daughter of Andrew and Deborah Tibble.


    Goals: 1, (3X, last vs. #3 Syracuse, Nov. 13, 2011 - NCAA Second Round)
    Assists: 3, at Rutgers (Oct. 39, 2011)
    Points: 3, at Rutgers (Oct. 39, 2011)


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