Participated in the National Futures Program in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 ... played on the Eurotour in 2001.
As a senior in 2006
Scored the only goal in the NCAA Championship game vs. Wake Forest, leading the Terps to their second-straight national crown ... named to NCAA All-Tournament team for first national recognition of her career ... played in all 25 games of the season, starting in a career-high 10 ... opened the season scoring goals in three-straight games, en route to a career-high seven on the year ... tallied the game winner at Stanford (Aug. 27), the first of her career ... dished her first-career assist in the 5-0 victory over #18 Boston College (Sept. 16) ... collected a personal-best six points on one goal and an assist against Albany (Oct. 15) ... notched goals in back-to-back games vs. Appalachian State (Oct. 27) and in the semifinal of the ACC Tournament vs. #10 Virginia (Nov. 3) ... an Academic All-ACC selection for her performance on the field and in the classroom.
As a junior in 2005
Came off the bench to score in the overpowering 4-1 victory over perennial top-10 powerhouse Michigan (Sept. 2) ... scored in the 7-1 thumping of Rutgers (Oct. 2) ... knocked in a career-high two goals in the NCAA Tournament first-round contest against Richmond (Nov. 12), a 4-0 Maryland win ... played in every game of the season, making her first-career start in the 4-1 win over Virginia (Oct. 1) ... made her second start against Princeton (Oct. 11).
As a sophomore in 2004
Saw playing time on the forward line in 12 games, including postseason action in the ACC Championship game vs. No. 2 North Carolina (Nov. 7) and in the NCAA Tournament first round game vs. No. 14 Delaware (Nov. 13) ... scored first-career goal in the 6-0 win over Massachusetts in the Terrapin Invitational (Sept. 11) ... also had shot attempts vs. Boston University (Aug. 29), vs. Towson (Sept. 14) and at No. 13 Virginia (Oct. 2).
As a freshman in 2003
Saw action in six games at forward ... first appearance in a Terps' uniform was at Massachusetts (Aug. 31) ... attempted a shot against the Minutewomen and in the win over Pacific.
A two-sport athlete, named captain and Outstanding Scorer at Nazareth High ... selected high school second team all-state in 2002 and 2003 ... Morning Call first team all-area in 2002 and 2003 ... led team in scoring with 23 goals ... named conference All-Star ... played with the Pennsylvania Pride and Dixie Styx club squads ... competed in track in the 800m and ran a 2:19 to qualify for the state championships in 2002... also ran in the 400m dash.
Daughter of Mary Anne and John Trycinski ... High Honor Roll student ... a letters and sciences major.
TRYCINSKI'S CAREER STATISTICS
TRYCINSKI'S SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
Goals: 2, vs. Richmond (Nov. 12, 2005)
Assists: 1, twice (last vs. Albany, Oct. 15, 2006)
Points: 5, vs. Pacific (Aug. 26, 2006)