Tied for sixth all-time in Maryland career points (279)
Fifth all-time in Maryland career goals (197)
2015 IWLCA First Team All-American
2015 IWLCA First Team All-Region
2015 Tewaaraton nominee
2015 Big Ten Attack Player of the Year
2015 All-Big Ten
2015 Big Ten All-Tournament Team
2014 IWLCA First Team All-American
2014 IWLCA First Team All-Region
2014 ACC Championship MVP
2014 Second Team All-ACC
2014 Tewaaraton Watch List
2013 First Team All-ACC
As a Senior in 2015: Led the Maryland offense, which ranked seventh in the nation in goals per game (14.09) ... started all 22 games ... recorded 14 multi-goal and five multi-assist games ... tallied two ground balls vs. Syracuse (3/7) … notched a season-high five goals and three assists against Florida (3/14) … scored four goals vs. Penn (3/18) ... notched five points (3G, 2A) against Rutgers (4/4) … scored a hat trick at Ohio State (4/12) ... tied a season high with five goals at Johns Hopkins (4/15) ... scored four goals against Ohio State (5/1) ... tallied four goals against Northwestern (5/17) ... scored twice and added an assists in the NCAA semifinal game vs. Syracuse (5/22) ... team captain.
As a Redshirt Junior in 2014: ACC Championship Most Valuable Player...IWLCA First Team All-American...Second Team All-ACC...Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American…Tewaaraton Watch List… started in 23 of 24 games for the Terps…recorded 62 goals and 24 assists…also had 14 groundballs, four draw controls and three caused turnovers…posted a career-high seven goals against Penn State (2/22)…notched five goals vs. Virginia (4/13)...notched four goals each against Boston (2/19), Notre Dame (3/15), Towson (3/26) and Virginia Tech (4/19)….posted hat tricks against Penn (3/19) and twice against Syracuse in the ACC Championship and the National Championship (4/27, 5/25)…notched three assists against the Irish...posted an ACC tourney record and matched her career-high with seven goals against Virginia in the ACC semifinals (4/25)...tacked on t in championship against Syracuse (4/27).
As a Sophomore in 2013: One of Maryland's top attackers...earned All-ACC honors...finished the 2013 season with 49 goals and 24 assists...earned one goal and one assist in season opener against Richmond (2/10)... notched two assists against Syracuse (2/17)... scored a team-high five points with three goals and two assists against Duke (2/24) earning her ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors... earned two goals and an assists against Virginia (3/1)... earned two goals and two assists against Hofstra (3/3)... notched a hat trick against UMBC (3/5)... earned a personal, season-best four goals and added two assists against Penn State (3/9)... notched a goal against Boston College (3/16) and two against Stony Brook (3/17)... scored a game-high five goals against William & Mary (3/20)... added a goal and an assist against James Madison (3/23)... notched a goal against Towson (3/26)... added a goal and an assist against Penn (3/30)...also recorded 11 ground balls, six draw controls and five caused turnovers.
As a Freshman in 2012: Started in all 23 games for Maryland...netted game-high six points against UMass in NCAA First Round...won WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week honors for her performance...also recorded four goals against Loyola (5/19) in the NCAA quarterfinals...has tallied 39 goals and dished 13 assists...scored four goals against William & Mary (2/12) ... scored five goals and tallied an assist against Delaware (2/16) ... racked up another two goals and a career-high five ground balls at No. 17 Penn State (2/19)...tallied four goals and an assist vs. Richmond (3/13)..notched three ground balls and a caused turnover against Stony Brook (3/20)...recorded three or more goals six times, including a hat trick against Virginia Tech in the ACC quarterfinals (4/20)...tallied career-high three assists vs. Princeton (4/11)...recorded a goal and an assist in Maryland's win against UNC in the ACC championship game (4/23).
Prep: Excelled in lacrosse, field hockey and swimming at South River... all-county first team selection from 2007-2010 in lacrosse and from 2006-2009 for field hockey...First Team All-Met Baltimore Sun/Washington Post for three years in lacrosse and two years in field hockey...named Athlete of the Year in 2009 for lacrosse...All-Tewaarton team and Under Armour All-American...named Athlete of the Year by the Annapolis Capital and the Baltimore Sun in 2010...also named Player of the Year by the Annapolis Capital, Baltimore Sun and Washington Post in 2010...First Team All-Met Examiner in field hockey in 2007... named Player of the Year by Capital, Baltimore Sun and the Washington Post multiple years for field hockey...Griffin also played for Maryland United for two years.
Personal: Born April 24, 1992...daughter of Gene Griffin...graduated with a 4.0 from high school...came to Maryland because "close to home, amazing coaches and teammates and a great academic school"...biggest advice to youngsters is that there's always room for improvement...undecided on major.
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