Meharg on Rowe
"Susie has concetrated on her skills and worked on releasing the ball quickly, making her an even more dominant player. She is our field general and when she plays this way, we are a tremendous team and it starts with her."
As a junior in 2007
Received numerous honors, including first team All-America by the NFHCA and www.womensfieldhockey.com for the second-straight season ... also an All-ACC selection for the second year in a row ... first team NFHCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region ... embraced the role of anchoring the defense, helping the team record a 0.90 goals against average, which ranked third in the nation ... 14 goals and six assists for 34 points, all career highs ... had three games with two goals - vs. Northwestern (Aug. 27), Northeastern (Sept. 9) and Delaware (Oct. 14) ... earned a spot on www.womensfieldhockey.com's national Honor Roll on Oct. 1 ... had a four-game scoring streak from Sept. 8-19, where she scored five goals, including the game winners against Ohio State (Sept. 9) and at #11 Boston College (Sept. 15) in the ACC regular-season opener ... had the best outing of her career against the Blue Hens, handing out two assists to go along with her two scores for a personal high of six points ... posted the game-winning goal in the win over Princeton on only shot attempt (Sept. 26) ... a goal and an assist in the NCAA Tournament win over #10 Old Dominion (Nov. 10) ... ranked in the top 25 in the nation in points per game (1.62) and goals per game (21) ... a member of the NFHCA National Academic Squad and the All-ACC Academic team.
As a sophomore in 2006
Followed up a successful freshman campaign with an even stronger outing, garnering first team All-American honors by the NFHCA ... a second team pick by www.womensfieldhockey.com ... first team NFHCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region selection, after earning a second team nod as a rookie ... All-ACC ... sealed the Terps' ACC Tournament semifinal win scoring back-to-back goals vs. Virginia (Nov. 3), then helped to limit Wake Forest to just one goal in the final (Nov. 5) and was named all-tournament ... her performances in the NCAA semifinal and championship games earned her a spot on the All-NCAA Tournament team ... notched the first stroke in the stroke-off vs. Connecticut in the semis (Nov. 17) ... had three games with two goals, including back-to-back games vs. Appalachian State (Oct. 27) and then the Cavs in the conference tournament ... helped the Terps clinch a share of the ACC regular-season title, tallying the only goal in the win over North Carolina (Oct. 22), also earning conference Co-Player of the Week nods ... a key factor on defense, helping Maryland post the top-ranked goals against average in the nation (0.70), third-best shutout per game average (0.48), while also helping to tie a school record with 12 shutouts ... tied for second on the team with 12 goals, doubling her output from the previous season.
As a freshman in 2005
Scored both of Maryland's game-winning goals in the ACC Tournament, en route to earning Tournament Most Valuable Player ... a second team Mid-Atlantic All-Region pick ... made an immediate impact since arriving on campus, starting every game on defense ... the backfield ranked second in the nation with a 1.01 goals against average, posting nine shutouts ... had a defensive save in the 2-0 regular-season win at Duke, helping the defense shutdown the No. 1-ranked offense in the nation (Oct. 8) ... posted her first-career point in the win at Ohio State (Aug. 29) ... tallied the game winner in the ACC opener at Boston College (Sept. 17) ... knocked in the Terps' first goal in the 2-1 victory at North Carolina (Oct. 23) ... in the semifinals of the conference tournament, tallied back-to-back late goals against the Blue Devils, knocking in the game-tying and the game-winning goals less than five minutes apart (Nov. 4) ... gave the Terps a 1-0 lead less than five minutes into the championship game vs. Wake Forest, assisting on Janneke van Leeuwen's goal, then knocked in the game-winner off a rebound with just 41 seconds remaining in the game, leading Maryland to its first ACC title in five years ... earned a spot on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the All-ACC Academic team.
Member of England's Under-18 team and served as captain of the East of England Under-17 squad ... East squad captured the regional tournament title ... attended Colfe's School, graduating in 2005.
A marketing major at Maryland, earning a spot on the Dean's List in the Spring and Fall 2007 semesters ... daughter of Josephine and Colin Rowe ... has a sister, Annabelle (19), and two brothers, Timothy (25) and Christopher (29) ... Susannah Rowe was born in Lewisham, England.
ROWE'S CAREER STATISTICS
|Year|| GP || GS || G ||A ||TP ||Sh. ||GWG ||DS ||PS |
|2005 ||25||25||6 ||3 ||15 ||50 ||3 ||1 ||0-0 |
|2006 ||25||25||12 ||3 ||27 ||58 ||1 ||0 ||0-0 |
|2007 ||21||21||14 ||6 ||34 ||77 ||3 ||0 ||3-5 |
|TOTAL || 71 ||71 ||32 ||12 ||76 ||185 ||7 ||1 ||3-5 |
ROWE'S SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
Goals: 2, seven times (last at North Carolina, Oct. 20, 2007)
Assists: 2, at North Carolina (Oct. 20, 2007)
Points: 6, at North Carolina (Oct. 20, 2007)
Defensive Saves: 1 at Duke (Oct. 8, 2005)