Career: One of just nine players in Duke history to amass 100 career draw controls and 50 career caused turnovers … Wrapped up her career ranked 13th in program history with 105 career draw controls … Also ranked among the top 20 players in Duke history in career caused turnovers (55) … Two-time IWLCA All-South Region and All-ACC selection on defense … Three-year starter, playing in 75 career contests with 61 starts … Totaled 90 ground balls to go along with four goals and one assist … Member of two Duke teams that reached the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals, including the 2015 national semifinalist squad … Member of the 2017 U.S. women’s national team … Named to the All-ACC Academic Team three times … Three-year member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2017: Honorable mention All-America selection by Inside Lacrosse … Also garnered second team IWLCA All-South Region and All-ACC recognition as a senior … Named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List … Led the Blue Devils in ground balls (39) and caused turnovers (22) while ranking second on the squad in draw controls (50) … Also tallied three goals on the season, scoring against Furman (2/10), No. 12 Stanford (2/18) and No. 3 North Carolina (4/27) … Became the 15th player in program history to reach the 100 draw control milestone against Presbyterian (4/17) … Tabbed the ACC Defensive Player of the Week Feb. 21 after notching one goal, three ground balls and four draw controls in a Patriot Cup victory over No. 12 Stanford (2/18) … Corralled six draw controls in wins over the Paladins and at No. 17 Boston College (4/8) … Picked up a career-best seven ground balls at No. 12 Penn (3/18) … Had a career high four caused turnovers at No. 19 Virginia (3/25) … Named to the All-ACC Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: IWLCA All-South Region second team and All-ACC first team selection as a junior … Ranked second on the team in draw controls (39) and caused turnovers (16) with career highs in both categories … Also had 23 ground balls … Veteran member of a defensive unit that compiled an 8.60 goals against average to rank fourth in the ACC … Defense kept opponents off the board for stretches of 15 minutes or more in 14 of 20 contests … Scored first career goal in season opener against Campbell (2/4) … Recorded an assist in an NCAA second round contest against North Carolina (5/15) … Reached four draw controls on five occasions … Logged career-best three caused turnovers at No. 7 Notre Dame (4/16) … All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll … Named to 2017 U.S. women’s national team in August, 2016.
2015: Started 19 of 21 contests during the Blue Devils’ run to the NCAA semifinals … Ranked third on the team in ground balls with 24 … Also finished with 17 caused turnovers and 16 draw controls … Helped the defensive unit rank second in the ACC with an 8.0 goals against average … Corralled a career-best three draw controls against Richmond (2/13) … Notched multiple caused turnovers on two occasions, including against Louisville in the ACC quarterfinals (4/23) … Logged a ground ball and a caused turnover in Duke’s NCAA quarterfinal victory over Princeton (5/16) … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2014: Started the final five games of the season on defense while playing in 17 overall … Recorded four ground balls, one draw control and six caused turnovers as a rookie … Had a ground ball and a caused turnover against Virginia in the ACC Tournament (4/24).
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner for Jason Schlereth at Immaculate Heart Academy … 2013 Under Armour All-American (North Team) … Tabbed No. 20 on Inside Lacrosse’s list of the top 25 incoming freshmen … Two-time member of the Under Armour All-America Underclass New Jersey all-star squad … Tallied 70 goals, 29 assists and 47 ground balls during her senior campaign to earn All-North Jersey, all-state, all-county, all-league and all-suburban first team recognition … Helped Immaculate Heart finish runners-up at the state sectional tournament her senior year … Also guided her squad to second-place showings at the county tournament all four years … Concluded her prep career with 138 goals, 51 assists and 98 ground balls … Lettered one year in soccer and one year in basketball at Immaculate Heart … Member of the National Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society … Recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award.
Personal: Born Maura Theresa Schwitter on July 7, 1995 in Hackensack, N.J. … Daughter of William and Eileen Schwitter … Has two brothers, Billy and Michael, and two sisters, Meaghan and Tara … Grandfather, Bill, competed in basketball and baseball at Manhattan College (1937-41), went on to play baseball in the New York Giants’ minor league system and was inducted into Manhattan’s College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995 … Father played basketball and baseball at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1976-80) … Mother played volleyball and softball at DeSales University (1976-80) … Brother, Billy, was a distance swimmer at Boston College (2004-08) … Sister, Tara, was a defender on Miami’s women’s soccer team (2010-13) … Cousin, Sean Bohan, graduated from Duke in 2013 ... Majoring in evolutionary anthropology.