|High School:||Mount de Sales Academy|
2006 (Junior): Started all 20 games for the Terps ... picked up 31 ground balls on the season ... recorded three or more ground balls in seven games ... notched first-career assist in the regular-season finale at Boston College (4/22) ... notched three ground balls against Georgetown (4/5) ... secured three ground balls in games versus Virginia Tech (3/31), at Brown (3/11), against Virginia (3/7), Richmond (3/4), and Ohio (2/19) ... picked up a season-best four ground balls against George Mason (2/22).
2005 (Sophomore): Worked her way into the starting lineup on defense ... played in 19 games and started 15 ... caused eight turnovers and scooped 18 ground balls ... three ground balls in win over Ohio State (3/27) ... forced three turnovers in win over George Mason (3/16) ... three ground balls in first career start against Virginia (3/8).
2004 (Freshman): Walk-on with outstanding speed and hustle ... saw action in six games ... recorded three ground balls in NCAA Tournament win over Temple (5/13) ... earned one draw control in first collegiate action against Quinnipiac (3/11).
Prep: An outstanding all-around athlete ... excelled in track, cross country and lacrosse ... two-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Mount de Sales Academy ... scored 31 goals and had eight assists as a senior ... Baltimore Sun All-Met Indoor Track team (2003) ... Baltimore Sun All-County/City Indoor Track team (2001, 2003) ... three-time All-State Private School Indoor Track Team and IAAM All-Conference team, as well as a two-time team MVP ... played club lacrosse for the Skywalkers with teammate Mollie Reese ... also recruited by Virginia Tech, Boston, Ohio, Delaware and James Madison.
Personal: Martha Raver was born in Silver Spring, Md. ... is the daughter of Tim and Mary Raver ... parents are both UM alums ... has one younger sister, Kearny, who is also on the lacrosse team this year ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice.
Raver's Career Statistics
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