Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Glenwood, Md.
High School: Glenelg


As a Senior in 2015:  Appeared in six games with one start for the Terps ... notched two goals and one assist ... scored once vs. UMBC (3/4) and Michigan (4/18) ... picked up one ground ball vs. UMBC (4/4).

As a Junior in 2014: Appeared in 13 games…notched three goals…recorded one goal each against Boston (2/19), Duke (3/1) and William & Mary (3/5)…registered a draw control vs. Penn (3/19).

As a Sophomore in 2013: Capped her sophomore season with three goals on six shots...also notched two ground balls and two draw controls...saw action in eight games...notched one goal in season opener against Richmond (2/10)... notched a goal against Penn State (3/9)... earned two ground balls against William & Mary (3/20)... scored a goal against James Madison (3/23).

As a Freshman in 2012: Tallied a ground ball and forced a turnover against Delaware (2/16)...scored a goal and registered an assist at No. 17 Penn State (2/19)...played in 14 games this season...secured two draw controls and a caused turnover vs. Stony Brook (3/20)...tallied a ground ball against Penn (3/30)...tallied a goal against Virginia Tech (4/14)...also secured a ground ball, draw control and caused turnovers against the Hokies.

Prep: Three-sport standout in track and field, soccer, and lacrosse at Glenelg...first team All-County and Washington Post honorable mention after leading Gladiators to county and regional championships in 2010...Glenelg also captured county and league titles in 2008 and 2009 and state crown in 2008 with an undefeated record...set school record in the 50 yard dash and 4x200 relay in 2008...won the state 50 yard championship in 2008...helped guide Glenelg to state title in soccer in 2008.

Personal: Born June 18, 1993... daughter of Michael and Lesley Salandra...father, Michael, wrestled at Virginia Tech...has four siblings; Christian, Julia, Maria, and Michael...lists her career plans as owning her own line of business in the field of cosmetology... came to Maryland because "they are a big NCAA Division I school close to home and because of their awesome lacrosse program!"...major is business.


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