Navy-Monmouth will be followed by Duke-Princeton at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
2013 CoSIDA Academic All-District II First Team
2013 All-Patriot League Second Team
2013 Patriot League All-Academic Team
2012 Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player
2012 All-Patriot League First Team
2012 Patriot League All-Tournament Team
2012 Patriot League All-Academic Team
2012 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2012 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
2011 All-Patriot League Second Team
2011 Inside Lacrosse National Team of the Week - 5/10
2011 Patriot League All-Academic Team
2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2010 WomensLacrosse.com Team of the Week - 2/22
2010 Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week - 4/26
2010 Patriot League Rookie of the Week - 2/23
2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2013 All-Patriot League Second Team ... 2013 Patriot League All-Academic Team ... scored four goals and had nine draw controls in 23-4 win over Winthrop (2/10) ... scored a hat trick with six draw controls in 15-6 win over High Point (2/22) ... had five points on four goals and an assist with four draw controls in 16-4 win over Monmouth (2/24) ... scored four goals with one assist in win over Lafayette on 3/23 ... school-record holder in career free-position goals and games started and shares the record for most games played.
Named the 2012 Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player and to the all-tournament team ... named to the All-Patriot League First Team ... led the team and ranked 11th in the NCAA with 58 goals and ranked second on the team with 62 points ... led the team with 137 shots ... also led Navy with 18 free-position goals ... ranked second on the team with 76 draw controls and added 29 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers ... the 76 draw controls are the third-best single season total in school history ... added four game-winning goals ... posted 17 multi-point games, 16 multi-goal games and a team-best 12 hat tricks ... started all 21 games ... helped Navy rank seventh in the nation in scoring offense (14.57) ... set a career high and a Patriot League tournament record with seven goals in Navy's championship game victory over Holy Cross (April 29) ... scored five goals in Navy's win over Lafayette on March 17 ... scored four goals each in back-to-back wins over Longwood (Feb. 18) and Monmouth (Feb. 22), which also started a streak of five straight hat tricks ... had three goals, three ground balls, five draw controls and three caused turnovers in Navy's win over Bryant on March 3 ... controlled a season-best eight draws against Robert Morris (March 7) ... selected to the Patriot League All-Academic Team and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Game-By-Game Statistics
2011 (Sophomore): Selected to the All-Patriot League Second Team ... started all 21 games for Navy ... ranked third on the team with 46 goals and fourth with 54 points ... scored a team-high 13 free-position goals ... scooped 30 ground balls, 30 draw controls and caused eight turnovers ... registered nine hat tricks on the season and 15 multi-point games ... scored five points in three games ... selected to the Inside Lacrosse National Team of the Week on May 10 after scoring a season-high five goals with two ground balls in Navy's NCAA Play-In game win over Quinnipiac (May 7) ... also scored five goals against American (April 13) ... scored a hat trick and had two free-position goals against Maryland in the NCAA First Round (May 14) ... tallied three goals, one assist and four ground balls in Navy's Patriot League Championship win over Colgate (April 30) ... scored four goals, had one assist, two ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover against Bryant (Feb. 25) ... had a hat trick and three draw controls against Fresno State (March 15) ... tallied three goals and one assist in a win over Lafayette (March 20) ... had a season-high four draw controls in win over Bucknell (March 12) ... Young scored 13 goals in Navy's four postseason games ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Game-By-Game Statistics
2010 (Freshman): Selected to the WomensLacrosse.com National Team of the Week Honor Roll (Feb. 22) ... named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (April 26) ... chosen as Patriot League Rookie of the Week Feb. 23) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... started all 21 games ... scored 28 goals and had 15 assists for 43 points ... grabbed 31 ground balls and caused 15 turnovers ... scored six free position goals on 14 attempts ... claimed 24 draw controls ... scored a season-best four goals against both Robert Morris (Feb. 19) and Fresno State (March 7) ... also had two assists against Robert Morris for a season-high six points ... all four goals against Robert Morris were eight-meter goals ... also nabbed a season-best four ground balls against Robert Morris ... registered hat tricks against Longwood (Feb. 21) and American (April 7) ... scored two goals in Patriot League Semifinal win over Colgate (April 30) and in NCAA Play-In Game victory over Sacred Heart (May 8) ... also scored two goals against Howard (Feb. 4) and Lafayette (March 13) ... gave out two assists in games against Howard (Feb. 4), Robert Morris (Feb. 19), Longwood (Feb. 21) and American (April 7) ... registered five points in games against Longwood and American ... caused a season-high four turnovers in Patriot League Championship game win over Lehigh (May 2) ... had at least one ground ball in 16 contests. Game-By-Game Statistics
High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Villa Maria Academy, where she earned four letters in lacrosse ... two-time All-AACA middie ... helped lead team to 2006 and 2008 AACA league championships ... earned Second Team All-Main Line recognition her junior and senior seasons ... 2008 and 2009 US Lacrosse Academic All-American ... lettered for three seasons on field hockey team ... as a senior, earned Second Team All-Maine Line honors and led team to state semifinals and Philadelphia area's top ranking ... team won three district titles during her tenure ... also earned one letter with swim team ... daughter of Jim Young and twin sister of fellow Navy teammate Beth Young ... born just one minute before sister Beth ... majoring in ocean engineering ... named to the Commandant's List six times, the Superintendent's List three times and the Dean's List once ... ranked 91st in her 1,089-member class in Overall Order of Merit ... ranked 9th in Military Order of Merit.