Priem tied career highs with 14 saves and six ground balls against the Hoyas
WLAX honored four award winners at banquet
MU ends inaugural season 2-15 overall
Golden Eagles will face Irish Saturday at noon CT
Nicole Gleason led MU with three points
2014: Recorded three gound balls in a 5-20 loss at No. 4 Northwestern (Feb.25) ... Notched five ground balls in a 12-10 victory at Michigan (Feb. 28) ... Recorded two ground balls in a 15-9 victory at Detroit (March 2)... Collected a career-high 14 saves in a loss to Georgetown (4/5) along with six ground balls... Picked up four ground balls and eight saves in a loss to Connecticut (4/13).
2013: Led the team with 41 groundballs and 20 caused turnovers ... Started all 17 games in goal for the Golden Eagles ... Tallied six games with 10 or more saves ... Averaged just more than eight saves per game ... Named team "MVP" ... Picked up first collegiate win at Coastal Carolina (Feb. 17) in double overtime (61:39) ... Started in net for the Golden Eagles in their first-ever contest at Winthrop (Feb. 15) and made eight saves ... Picked up 12 saves in a loss to Duquesne (Feb. 23) ... Recorded a career-high 14 saves in a 4-9 loss to Rutgers (March 24).
High School: Priem was a four-time letter winner in lacrosse at Conestoga High School ... Served as a team captain her senior season ... Priem was named to ESPN High School Lacrosse's Top-25 Goalies list and was listed on the national all-academic team by US Lacrosse as both a junior and senior ... Four-time All-Central League, including first team honors as a senior and second team accolades as a junior ... Placed on the All-Main Line Second Team her sophomore year ... She also participated in soccer and basketball at Conestoga High School.
Personal: Priem was born in Bryn Mawr, Pa., and is the youngest of four daughters to Bob and Joanne, Priem ... Has three older sisters, Karen, Emily and Kelli ... Plans to major in nursing.