2019 (Stats): Led the Blue Devils in caused turnovers (21) and ground balls (35) as a junior ... Also scored one goal and recorded three draw controls in 19 contests ... Finished with a team-high two caused turnovers and a draw control in Duke's ACC quarterfinal victory over sixth-ranked Notre Dame (4/24) ... Reached the 50 caused turnover mark for her career against No. 3 North Carolina (4/20) ... Registered at least one caused turnover in five straight games during the month of March ... Picked up a career-best six ground balls against Davidson (3/18) ... Also tallied first career goal against the Wildcats, converting at the eight-meter mark ... Had two caused turnovers and three ground balls in an overtime victory against No. 23 Virginia Tech (2/23) ... Totaled eight ground balls and two caused turnovers in the first two contests of the season.
2018 (Stats): Second team All-ACC selection on defense ... Started 15 of 17 contests on defense, totaling a team-high 37 ground balls and 16 caused turnovers ... Ranked among the ACC leaders in ground balls per game (2.18) ... Notched four ground balls against Virginia Tech in the ACC quarterfinals (4/26) ... Named the IWLCA National Defensive Player of the Week and the ACC Defensive Player of the Week April 3 after recording four ground balls, one draw control and one caused turnover in a 17-10 win at No. 11 Syracuse (3/31) ... Won two draw controls against No. 9 Virginia (3/24) ... Picked up a career-high four ground balls against No. 21 Elon (2/11), Louisville (3/10) and No. 22 Virginia Tech (4/26) ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Over the summer, participated in the Rubenstein-Bing Student-Athlete Civic Engagement Program, a collaborative service initiative between Duke and Stanford ... As a member of ACE in South Africa: 2018, asssted in running a sports school holiday program for children in the informal community of Nomzamo Township near Gordon’s Bay.
2017 (Stats): Played in all 17 contests and started 12 as a rookie … Ranked second on the squad in caused turnovers with 16 … Also amassed 19 ground balls and five draw controls … Registered five caused turnovers in a win over Navy (2/12), with that total marking the most by a Blue Devil in a single game on the season … Began her collegiate career with two ground balls, one draw control and three caused turnovers in a season-opening win against Drexel (2/5) … Picked up multiple ground balls on six occasions … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Second team all-state and first team all-group honoree in the midfield while guiding Summit to the 2016 state title ... Received honorable mention All-America laurels as a junior ... Two-time Stars and Stripes Conference first team selection ... NJSIAA scholar-athlete and Howard S. Anderson scholar-athlete ... As a senior, tabbed the Darnell Mallory award recipient and the Joann Lavorgna scholarship recipient ... Also lettered all four years in soccer and swimming ... A two-time all-county selection in goal on the soccer field ... Garnered magna cum laude honors all four years.
Personal: Born Margaret Caldwell Humphrey on Aug. 21, 1997 in Summit, N.J. ... Daughter of Andrew and Bo Humphrey ... Has two siblings, Stuart and Gray ... Sister, Stuart, was also a member of the Duke women's lacrosse program (2014-17) ... Father played baseball and ice hockey at Lake Forest College (1980-84).