Alyssa Cranska

Arnold, Md.

High School:
Broadneck HS '07



Environmental Resource Science

2009: Played in all 18 games, starting 18... Amassed 809:16 in net, posting 124 saves against 187 goals for .399 average... Generally split games with Kjersten Nordmeyer, but played all 60 (or more) on six occasions... Notched season-best 16 saves against 11 goals in almost 72 minutes in overtime vs. Villanova (4/4)... Earned 27 ground ball, including 6 each vs. Siena (3/23) and Manhattan (3/24).

2008: Saw action in two games as a reserve... Totalled one save and 2 goals against in 15:37 of net time... Made collegiate debut vs. Ohio State (2/29), posting one save with one goal allowed in 7:59... Also relieved senior Hilary Harkins in win over Long Island (3/17).

BROADNECK HS '07: Played goalie for lacrosse and field hockey teams... Lacrosse team reached state finals in 2004-05, hockey team advanced to regional finals in 2005-06 and 2006-07... Played club ball for Chesapeake Club Lacrosse (CCLax)... Earned All-Galaxy Conference second-team honors in 2006... Helped CCLax Black squad to 3-0 mark at National Draw, Loyola 4v4 title and a quarterfinal berth at Galaxy Nationals... Invited to Elite Lacrosse camps at Maryland and North Carolina.

PERSONAL: Born in Annapolis, Md.... Majoring in environmental science & management... Parents are Jeffrey & Mary Cranska... Best athletes she has faced are former teammates Ali Flury and Natasha Davies, now of Denver.