2005 (Senior): Third team IWLCA All-America honoree ... All-ACC first team selection ... led the team with 23 assists ... ACC Player of the Week (4/25) ... career-high seven points on five goals and two assists in 20-4 rout of No. 13 Syracuse (4/24) ... also led the team with four ground balls ... hat trick and an assist in win over North Carolina (4/16) ... also contributed three caused turnovers ... no points but three key draw controls in win over Johns Hopkins (4/9) ... one assist at Georgetown (4/6) ... five points against Virginia Tech (4/2) with three goals and two assists ... also forced three turnovers and scooped three ground balls ... tremendous ACC/Big Ten Challenge with four assists against both No. 2 Penn State (3/25) and No. 13 Ohio State (3/27) ... contributed a game-high five groundballs against the Buckeyes ... pair of free-position goals against Dartmouth (3/19) ... controlled a draw and fired a pass downfield for an assist against George Mason (3/16) ... also forced two turnovers and scooped four ground balls in the game ... three points on a goal and two assists in win over Denver (3/14) ... one goal on two shots in win over Brown (3/12) ... notched a pair of assists in loss to UVa (3/8) ... three points on two goals and an assist in win over Richmond (3/3) ... pair of assists in come-from-behind win over Old Dominion (3/2) ... complete game against Duke (2/26) scoring two goals and adding an assist, while also scooping three ground balls, causing three turnovers and controlling two draws.
2004 (Junior): Solid scorer and good stick skills ... one of the team's leaders in assists ... All-ACC ... only held scoreless in three games ... two goals, including the game-tying goal in the second half, and one assist in win over George Mason (5/9) ... also controlled four draws for the Terps ... scored one goal against UVa in the ACC Tournament (4/23) ... led all scorers with career-high tying five points on two goals and three assists in ACC win over No. 15 North Carolina (4/17) ... netted a goal and three draw controls against No. 9 Johns Hopkins (4/10) ... helped pace the Maryland scoring with two goals and an assist in win over No. 2 Georgetown (4/7) ... also contributed three ground balls and three draws ... tied career-high with four goals and added an assist against Denver (4/2) ... also caused four turnovers and had five ground balls ... career-high four assists and one goal in victory over Ohio State (3/28) ... also tied career high for points with five ... two goals and two assists in win over Penn State (3/26) ... assisted on the game-winner ... two goals and three assists for career-high five points in win over Old Dominion (3/19) ... scored one goal, two assists while scooping three ground balls and taking two draws against Brown (3/12) ... three assists and team-high four draw controls against Quinnipiac (3/11) ... one assist and two ground balls in win at Syracuse (3/3) ... netted one goal and two assists in loss to Duke (2/29) ... two-goal, one-assist performance in season-opening win over Ricmond (2/21).
2003 (Sophomore): One of the team's regulars, starting 21 of 22 games ... scored 24 goals and added 11 assists ... sixth on the team in points (35) ... caused 18 turnovers and scooped 31 ground balls ... had a .421 shooting percentage on 57 shots ... scored four goals against George Mason (2/25) ... added a goal and an assist in wins over Syracuse (3/8) and Penn State (3/28) ... chipped in two assists to help the Terps down Virginia (3/11) in regular season ... two goals in win over rival Georgetown (4/2) ... three points (two goals, one assist) in routs of William & Mary (4/8) and Virginia Tech (4/26) ... three goals in 19-4 victory over Johns Hopkins (4/12) ... hat trick to help Maryland defeat Virginia for ACC title (4/20) ... named to ACC All-Tournament Team ... three assists and one goal in runaway victory over Temple (5/8) in NCAA Tournament.
2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Started 17 games while seeing action in four others ... sixth on the team in goals scored with 24 and eighth in points (29) ... second on the team in shooting percentage (.533) among players with more than 10 shots ... fifth on the team in ground balls (47) and tied for third in caused turnovers with 19 ... also had 21 draw controls ... found the back of the net in 15 games with five multiple goal outings ... had hat tricks against No. 9 Dartmouth (3/19), George Mason (5/3) and No. 3 Virginia (4/19) in Maryland's first round upset at the ACC Tournament.
2001 (Freshman): Missed her freshman season due to injury (medical redshirt) ... suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee in preseason drills ... had performed well in preseason camp after working to overcome the same injury in her right knee from the previous year.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner at Mount Hebron High School ... played attack for a team that went 50-0 combined in her junior and senior years ... team captain as a senior ... MHHS won Maryland state championships all four years she played ... also lettered four years in soccer and basketball ... was a team captain for all three sports she lettered in as a senior ... was also recruited by Loyola, James Madison and Penn State ... member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and the principal's honor roll at her school.
Personal: Ann Collins was born in Ellicott City, Md. ... is the daughter of Joan and Pat Collins ... majoring in finance and marketing.
Year GP-GS G A Pts. 2002 21-17 24 5 29 2003 21-21 24 11 35 2004 20-20 23 26 49 2005 17-16 20 23 43 Totals 79-74 91 65 156
Career Highs Goals: 5 vs. Syracuse (4/24/05) Assists: 4, three times (most recently vs. Ohio State (3/27/05) Points: 7 vs. Syracuse (4/24/05)