2018 (Stats): Selected for second team NFHCA All-America accolades following an outstanding senior campaign ... Also a first team NFHCA All-South Region and All-ACC pick after leading Duke's front line with 14 goals and 36 points … Ranked fifth in the ACC with an average of 1.65 points per game ... Represented Duke in the NFHCA Division I Senior Game ... Tallied one goal and one assist in two ACC Championship contests … Matched her career high with two assists in the regular season finale at Ohio (10/26) ... Tabbed the ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 9 following a three-goal weekend ... Knocked in the game-winning goal in wins over No. 18 Virginia and No. 22 Old Dominion to garner the accolade for the second time ... Closed the month of September with at least one point in three consecutive contests ... Totaled seven points in a pair of contests against No. 5 Penn State and No. 6 Princeton to earn ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week recognition ... Racked up five points over two B1G/ACC Cup contests ... Registered a goal and an assist in a season-opening win over No. 22 William & Mary (8/24) ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team and NFHCA National Academic Squad.
2017 (Stats): Third team NFHCA All-America honoree after leading the Blue Devils in goals (17) and points (39) as a junior … Also garnered first team NFHCA All-South Region and second team All-ACC honors … Rounded out the season ranked third in the ACC and top-20 nationally in goals per game (0.81) and fourth in the conference in points per game (1.86) … Registered four multiple-goal efforts, including a two-goal performance against Boston College in the ACC quarterfinals (11/2) … Also had seven game-winning tallies, including the deciding goal in an NCAA first round victory over Miami (11/11) … Turned in a pair of five-point performances in wins over No. 15 James Madison (9/10) and No. 22 Boston University (10/1) … Recorded at least one point in seven consecutive contests spanning the month of September, with Duke going 6-1 in that stretch … Tabbed the ACC Offensive Player of the Week twice in October, racking up seven points in victories over No. 9 Boston College (9/29) and the Terriers and registering game-winning goals against No. 5 North Carolina (10/20) and Liberty (10/22) … All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Entered all 20 contests as a sophomore, leading all Blue Devils off the bench with eight goals … Matched career high with two-goal performance at Miami (9/18) … Scored in back-to-back games to start the season … Notched first career assist against No. 5 North Carolina in the ACC semifinals (11/4) … Found the back of the cage against American in the NCAA Tournament first round (11/12) … Concluded the season with a career-best 18 points ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015: Saw time in 16 contests during her rookie campaign … Totaled four goals, including a two-goal performance against William & Mary (9/13) … Also found the back of the cage against Old Dominion (9/20) and No. 3 North Carolina (10/16).
Prior to Duke: Selected to New Zealand's junior national team in 2014-15 … Member of Auckland's U21 and U18 teams as well as the Somerville hockey club … Helped lead Auckland's U21 and U18 teams to national championships … Registered a combined 56 goals during her junior and senior years in high school … Notched six hat tricks and one double hat trick … Top goal scorer in the 2011 Federation Cup … Received the 2014 NCEA Scholarship in Sport Science.
Personal: Born Rose Mary Grace Tynan March 20, 1997 in Auckland, New Zealand … Daughter of Rachel and Peter Tynan … Has one brother (John) … Father was a member of New Zealand's national field hockey team, also known as the “Black Sticks” (1987) … Several other family members have also played for the Black Sticks … Mother was a representative player for New Zealand in golf (1986).
Goals: 2 ... 9x, last at Old Dominion ... Oct. 7, 2018
Assists: 2 ... 2x, last at Ohio ... Oct. 26, 2018
Points: 5 ... 2x, last at Boston University ... Oct. 1, 2017
Corners: 1 ... vs. William & Mary ... Aug. 24, 2018