2006 (Senior): IWLCA and Inside Lacrosse second team All-America ... had a career-high in goals (60), assists (22) and points (82) ... finished her career with 178 goals and 40 assists for 218 points ... her 178 rank fourth at Maryland after the 2006 season ... CoSIDA District II Academic All-America ... first team IWLCA All-South Region ... All-ACC selection for the third straight year ... also named to the ACC All-Tournament team ... ACC Player of the Week (3/27) ... scored four goals in NCAA Tournament loss to UNC (5/14) ... hat trick and an assist in loss to No. 9 Princeton (5/3) ... led all scorers with six goals in loss to Duke (4/28) ... game-high six points on four goals and two assists in win over BC in ACC Tourney (4/27) ... two goals and an assist in 35 minutes of action against No. 7 North Carolina (4/15) ... four points on a pair of goals and assists in upset victory over No. 2 Johns Hopkins (4/9) ... game-high five groundballs against the Blue Jays ... netted two goals in victory over Virginia Tech (3/31) ... contributed a pair of draw controls and groundballs against the Hokies ... five points on a hat trick and two assists in win over Ohio State (3/26) ... accounted for half of Maryland's goals in a career effort against Penn State ... had five goals and three assists ... also came down with three draws and had four groundballs ... team-high four points on three goals and an assist in win over No. 9 Dartmouth (3/21) ... contributed two caused turnovers and two groundballs ... three goals to go with five groundballs and two draw controls in victory over Old Dominion (3/18) ... five points on three goals and two assists in win over Brown (3/11) ... also added three draws and three groundballs in the victory ... hat trick in loss to Virginia (3/7) ... four points on three goals and an assist in win over Richmond (3/4) ... also contributed three draw controls and two groundballs ... hat trick vs. No. 2 Duke (2/25) ... also forced two turnovers ... led all players with five goals against George Mason (2/22) ... also contributed three groundballs and three caused turnovers ... four points on a goal and three assists in win over Ohio (2/19) ... scooped five groundballs in the victory ... six points against No. 1 Northwestern (2/13) on three goals and three assists ... won three draws for the Terps
2005 (Junior): Led the team in goals with 35 ... also contributed six assists for 41 points ... first team All-ACC honoree ... second team IWLCA All-South Region ... scored a goal in 18 straight games to close the season ... had nine multiple-goal games ... career-high 19 caused turnovers ... one goal in NCAA Tournament loss to Princeton (5/12) ... one goal and one assist to help Maryland past Loyola (5/7) ... four points on two goals and two assists in win over Princeton (5/4) ... two goals in ACC Tournament against Virginia (4/29) ... netted a pair in win over Syracuse (4/24) ... led all scorers with four goals and one assist to lead Maryland to an ACC win over North Carolina (4/16) ... also added three ground balls ... was named ACC and Inside Lacrosse Player of the Week for her performance against the Tar Heels ... hat trick and one assist in helping Maryland to a win over Johns Hopkins (4/9) ... netted a goal against Georgetown (4/6) ... one goal on a free-position shot against Virginia Tech (4/2) ... also forced two turnovers and had three ground balls ... chipped in a goal in win over Ohio State (3/27) ... scored her 100th career goal against Penn State (3/25) at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge ... helped Maryland rally against Dartmouth (3/19) with half of the Terps' goals (four) ... went for four goals in win over Brown (3/12) ... hat trick in win over Richmond (3/3) ... scooped four ground balls against the Spiders ... went for a pair of goals against Old Dominion (3/2) ... also forced three turnovers in the game ... scoreless against Duke (2/26), but played well defensively causing three turnovers.
2004 (Sophomore): Second on the team in scoring with 47 goals and six assists ... first team All-America selection by Inside Lacrosse and womenslacrosse.com, and second team honoree by IWLCA/US Lacrosse ... All-ACC first team ... All-ACC Tournament team ... scored three goals against Temple in NCAA Tournament win (5/13) ... three points on two goals and assist in win over Loyola (5/1) ... dominated play against Princeton (4/28) scoring an incredible six goals ... pair of scores in loss to UVa at ACC Tourney (4/23) ... also contributed three draw controls ... two goals in ACC victory over 15th-ranked North Carolina (4/17) ... despite being ill against Johns Hopkins (4/10), still managed two ground balls and one draw control in limited action ... scored three goals -- including one just :19 seconds into the game -- to help put Maryland up for good against No. 2 Georgetown (4/7) ... also added an assist and three ground balls for the Terps ... team-high six ground balls in win over Denver (4/2/04) ... netted three goals and added an assist in win over Ohio State (3/28) ... also forced two Buckeye turnovers ... one goal and one draw against Penn State (3/26) ... hat trick and an assist in win over Dartmouth (3/23) ... team-high five ground balls ... five points on a hat trick and two assists against Old Dominion (3/19) ... also scooped four ground balls ... two goals, four ground balls and three draw controls against Brown (3/12) ... scored back-to-back hat tricks against Quinnipiac (3/11) and Virginia (3/9) ... ACC Player of the Week (3/8) ... exploded for career-high six goals against Syracuse (3/3), including Maryland's last three to secure the victory ... two goals and five ground balls in opener against Richmond (2/21).
2003 (Freshman): Made an immediate impact in the Terrapin starting lineup ... started in all 22 games ... third on the team in goals (36) ... added six assists for 42 points ... led team with 71 ground balls and contributed 35 draw controls ... scored at least three points in nine games ... recorded back-to-back three goal games against Dartmouth (3/18) and Old Dominion (3/22) ... ACC Player of the Week (4/7) after scoring career-high four goals against Georgetown (4/2) and two against William & Mary (4/5) ... recorded hat tricks against Johns Hopkins (4/12), Virginia Tech (4/26) and Dartmouth (5/11, in NCAA Tournament).
Prep: A three-year starter at Governor Dummer Academy in Byfield, Mass. ... an All-America selection as a junior and senior ... a three-time NEPSWLA All-Star and all-league selection ... selected to play in the North/South All-Star game ... did not take up the sport until her sophomore year in high school ... team was co-Independent School League champion her senior year ... also lettered four years in soccer and one in track ... named team co-MVP and an honorable mention all-league pick in soccer as a senior.
Personal: Delia Nashon Cox was born Nov. 8, 1983, in Klagenfurt, Austria ... is the daughter of Ralph Cox and Elizabeth Duff-George ... father is a 1979 graduate of the University of New Hampshire and that school's all-time scoring leader in hockey ... majoring in communications ... cousin, Ryan, also played hockey collegiately ... lists her parents as the people she most admires ... first name is pronounced DEE-lee-uh.
COX'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. DC FPS CT GB 2003 22-22 36 6 42 35 12 17 71 2004 20-20 47 6 53 22 19 10 54 2005 19-19 35 6 41 22 16 19 38 2006 20-20 60 22 82 35 27 20 38 Totals 81-81 178 40 218 114 74 66 201