|High School:||Garrison Forest|
• NFHCA National Academic Squad (2014)
• All-Big Ten Academic List (2014)
As a redshirt sophomore (2015): Has seen action in 12 games so far...scored second career goal and first of the season when she tapped in a score off a penalty corner in the Terps' 5-1 win over Michigan State (Sept. 27).
As a sophomore (2014): Part of team that won first Big Ten championship in school history…named to NFHCA National Academic Squad and All-Big Ten Academic List.
As a freshman (2013): Saw action in four games...Made first career appearance vs. #17 Drexel (Sept. 8)...scored first career goal in 53rd minute vs. Columbia when Luus passed it to her from the baseline (Sept. 14)...notched an assist on each of Maryland's last goals in a 9-0 win over Georgetown (Oct. 27)...member of 2013 ACC Championship team...named to ACC Honor Roll.
Before Maryland: Played four years of varsity field hockey at Garrison Forest...named a 2012 Harrow Sports/NFHCA High School First Team All-American...led Garrison Forest team offensively throughout her career, scoring 60 goals and tallying 33 assists in her four years...helped lead Garrison Forest to a record of 72-5-5, including 21-0 in her senior season, and three straight IAAM conference titles (2010, 2011, 2012)...named Varsity Sports Network's Player of the Year (2012)...named All-State First Team (2011, 2012)...named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro First Team (2010, 2011, 2012)...earned spot on IAAM 'A' Conference All-Star Team (2010, 2011, 2012)...competed in AAU Junior Olympics (2011)..won gold with NFC U19 (2012)...competed in National Futures program from 2009-2012...played for Freedom Hockey...also played three years of varsity squash and one of varsity lacrosse.
Personal: Brooke Elizabeth Adler...daughter of Keith and Debra Adler...has one sibling, Alex, who went to Maryland...loves to coach younger players...chose Maryland over Iowa, Columbia and American...came to Maryland to play hockey at a high level and get a great education...intends to study kinesiology and become a sports medicine doctor.