Duke Women's Lacrosse BIO
9 Kerrin Maurer
Career: Duke’s career assist leader with 119 over her four seasons … Graduated as the program’s second-leading point scorer (280) while also ranking tied for fourth in goals (161) and sixth in draw controls (157) … Tied for fifth in ACC history in career assists … Two-time All-America selection, garnering first team recognition as a senior … Three-time Tewaaraton Award nominee and All-South Region and All-ACC honoree … Concluded career on a 47-game point scoring streak … Started 77 of 78 contests over four seasons, with the 77 starts tying her for fifth in program history … Led the team in point scoring all four years … Guided the Blue Devils to four consecutive NCAA quarterfinals appearances, including a trip to the national semifinals her senior year … Two-time All-ACC Academic Team selection.
2015: First team All-America pick by the IWLCA and Lacrosse Magazine … Also collected first team All-South Region and All-ACC honors in addition to being named to the ACC All-Tournament Team and Inside Lacrosse’s All-ILWomen squad … One of 25 nominees for the 2015 Tewaaraton Award … Led the Blue Devils in points (74), goals (43), assists (31) and draw controls (81) during the team’s run to the NCAA semifinals … Career-high 81 draw controls ranked second in Duke’s single season record book while the 31 assists ranked seventh … Finished the spring ranked fourth in the ACC in assists per game and sixth in draw controls per game … Also among the top 25 players nationally in assists and points … Helped the Blue Devils rank second in the conference and 14th in the country in assists per game … Turned in six hat tricks and team-high 11 multiple assist games … Closed season on 47-game point scoring streak … Recorded a hat trick and won six draw controls in Duke’s 15-9 upset of No. 5 Northwestern (2/19) … Added three goals and two assists in the next game against William & Mary (2/22) to collect ACC Offensive Player of the Week recognition … Tallied career-high nine draw controls against Davidson (3/31) … Posted season-best four goals and six points in NCAA second round win over Southern California (5/10) … Broke program career assist record against the Trojans … Totaled six goals, two assists and 14 draw controls in the three NCAA Tournament contests … Represented Duke in IWLCA North-South Senior All-Star Game at conclusion of the season … Named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
2014: Garnered second team All-America recognition from the IWLCA as a junior … Also collected first team IWLCA All-South Region and second team All-ACC accolades … Named a Tewaaraton Award nominee … Tallied a career-best 87 points on 58 goals and 29 assists in 19 contests … Paced the Blue Devils in goals, assists and points while ranking second in draw controls (55) … Her 87 points ranked her fourth on Duke’s single-season list … Also ranked seventh on the program’s single-season list for goals, tied for 10th in assists and tied for seventh in draw controls … Concluded the spring ranked third in the ACC and 12th nationally in goals per game with a 3.05 average … Among the conference’s top five in points and assists as well … Led Duke in hat tricks (11) and multiple-assist games (9) … Notched a career-high six goals in the season opener against Elon (2/7) … Logged five goals and three assists against Louisville to tie for second on the Blue Devils’ single-game points chart (2/9) … Picked up a career-high five ground balls at Virginia Tech (3/9) … Went 3-of-3 on free position attempts against Davidson (3/13) … Tabbed the WomensLax.com Player of the Week March 24 following a six-point performance in a 16-11 victory over Virginia (3/22) … Won a career-best seven draw controls at High Point (4/2) ... Received ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors April 22 after netting the game-winning goal in overtime at No. 3 North Carolina … Topped the 200-point mark for her career May 11 at Notre Dame … Totaled 10 goals, three assists and seven draw controls in three NCAA Tournament contests … Earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Started all 20 games as a sophomore … Led Duke in scoring with 70 points on 35 goals and 35 assists … The 35 helpers ranked her fifth on the program’s all-time single-season list … Ranked fifth in the ACC in scoring with an average of 3.50 points per contest … Also finished second in the conference and tied for 20th nationally in assists … Reached the 100-point mark for her career Apr. 17 with a five-point performance against Davidson … Topped the 50-assist milestone Apr. 20 in a win over Ohio State … Paced the offense with 10 multiple-assist games … Named a Tewaaraton Award nominee … Garnered second team IWLCA All-South Region honors as well as All-ACC recognition … Tabbed the ACC Offensive Player of the Week Feb. 12 after totaling 11 points (5g, 6a) in the Blue Devils’ opening weekend of action … Matched a career-high with five assists in the season opener against Virginia Tech (Feb. 8) … Tallied four goals in wins over Vanderbilt (March 2) and Boston University (May 5) … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Played in 18 games as a freshman, starting 17 ... Led the team in points (49) and assists (24) while ranking tied for second on the squad in goals (25) ... Also tied for first on the team with two game-winning goals on the year ... Finished the season with a .556 shot percentage and six multi-goal games ... Recorded a hat trick and added a season-high five assists for eight points in her collegiate debut against Bucknell ... Scored a season-high four goals and picked up two ground balls in a win over No. 8 Princeton on March 3.
Prior to Duke: Three-sport athlete at St. Anthony’s ... Four-time all-league selection and three-time Catholic High School Player of the Year choice ... Named both US Lacrosse All-America and Newsday All-Long Island as a junior and a senior ... Totaled 225 goals and 107 assists during high school career ... Garnered Under Armour All-America (North Team) honors in addition to receiving Suffolk County Hall of Fame Dellecave Award in 2011 ... Named to the Long Island All-Star Team in 2009 and 2010 at the Under Armour All-America Games as well ... Division champion in 2008, 2009 and 2010 at the US Lacrosse National Schoolgirls Tournament ... Selected to take part in the US Lacrosse Champion All-American Showcase and named to the New York Empire State Team in 2011 ... Also lettered in volleyball and basketball ... In volleyball, led team to CHSAA league championship and two state championships and was a three-time all-conference and all-state selection ... Two-year captain of the basketball squad, earning Newsday All-Long Island Player honors in 2011 ... National Honor Society member from 2008-11 ... Earned Duns Scotus Certification, given to students who maitain an overall average of 90 percent in their courses ... also earned NY State Regents Diploma in June 2011.