Bridget Nolan
Bridget Nolan

Player Profile

Mount Airy, Md.

High School:
Linganore HS



Track Wraps Day One of ACC Championships

Friday's event schedule changed due to chance of inclement weather


Terps Dominate at Maryland Invitational

Team earns seven individual wins


Terps Show Strong Outdoor Start at UCF Invite

LaFond, Cole lead teams to explosive season openers


Terps Excel at UNC Invitational

Maryland led by Thea LaFond and Maryam Fikri


Maryland Shines at Terrapin Invitational

Melville, LaFond, and Young lead Maryland at Terrapin Invitational

2013 INDOOR TRACK - Season best time in the 3000 meters at UNC Invitational (10:32.36)...Finished 3rd...Season best time in the 5000 meters at ACC Championships (17:55.56)...Finished 23rd.

2012 OUTDOOR TRACK - Ran the 5,000 at the Kehoe Twilight in 19:52.52...Finished in 5th place...Ran the 10,000 at the Colonial Relays in 40:25.69...Finished in 11th place.

2012 INDOOR TRACK - Had Terps only mark in the 5,000...Finished 4th at the Terrapin Invitational (19:16.26)...Finished 17th at Saturday Night at the Armory II in the 3,000 (10:58.03).

BEFORE MARYLAND - National Honor Society member at Linganore HS in Ijamsville, Md... Played in the band at Linganore... Ran a PR of 2:21.74 in the 800 to place 4th in the Maryland 3A State Meet, after a second-place finish at regionals... Was 2nd at the 3A West Regional in the 1,600 with a PR of 5:21.39... Won titles at the Zonis Invitational (800) and Patriot Invitational (mile)... Sixth in the 800 and 3rd in the 1,600 as a senior at the 3A State Championships... Second at the Maryland 3A West cross country regional, en route to 6th-place finish at state meet... Competed at Nike Cross Country Southeast Regional... Pre-Maryland PRs of 5:25.62 in mile run, 12:24.26 in 3,200 and 19:42 for 5K.

PERSONAL - Daughter of John and Katy Nolan... Older sister Megan is a student at Maryland... Also has a younger sister and brother... Lists her mother as her non-sports heroine... Would cast Anne Hathaway in a movie of her life... Majoring in education with an eye toward teaching and coaching... Would suggest to youngsters to "work hard and do things the right way, not just the easy way."