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19 Maddy Keeshan
Maddy  Keeshan


Greenwich, Conn.

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Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized


Five Virginia Players Named to the All-ACC Women's Lacrosse Academic Team

Senior Liza Blue honored for the third time


Courtney Swan Named VaSID University Division Women's Lacrosse State Player of the Year

Julie Myers named VaSID Coach of the Year


Virginia Falls to Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals, 16-8

Kelly Boyd and Maddy Keeshan each score hat tricks in the loss


Virginia Faces Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinal

Cavaliers vying for their fourth NCAA National Championship


NCAA Tournament Semifinals vs Syracuse

The Virginia women's lacrosse team in the 2014 NCAA Semifinals


Women's Lacrosse NCAA vs. Princeton (by Matt Riley)

Women's Lacrosse NCAA vs. Princeton (by Matt Riley)


Women's Lacrosse at Duke (by Matt Riley)

Women's Lacrosse at Duke (by Matt Riley)


NCAA Women's Lacrosse Quarterfinals

The Virginia women's lacrosse team fell 13-9 in the 2013 NCAA Quarterfinals at UNC.


Women's Lacrosse vs. Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Women's Lacrosse vs. Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Feature: Maddy Keeshan Senior Profile


• IWLCA All-South Region 2nd Team
• NCAA All-Tournament Team
• All-ACC Academic Team
• VaSID All-State First Team
• Co-captain
• After playing defense the last two seasons, moved back to midfield for the 2014 season
• Third on the team with 35 goals; fourth with 39 points
• Scored her fourth hat trick of the season in the NCAA Tournament game against Princeton
• Scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner, in the NCAA Quarterfinal victory over North Carolina
• Scored a hat trick in the NCAA Semifinal loss to Syracuse
• 34 ground balls, 27 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers
• Had a six-game goal-scoring streak earlier this season that was capped by a four-goal performance against BC

• VaSID All-State second team
• Led the team with 18 caused turnovers
• Had 21 ground balls and 11 draw controls
• Had at least one ground ball in every game in April (six games)
• Had a season-high four ground balls in the ACC Tournament first-round victory over Duke, also causing three turnovers
• Caused a season-high four turnovers against Johns Hopkins
• Caused three turnovers against Northwestern and then followed that with a four caused turnover performance against Johns Hopkins

• Appeared in 19 games
• Contributed 25 ground balls, 11 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers

• Rookie of the Week (Feb. 28)
• Appeared in 18 games and started 17 of those contests
• Seven goals and seven assists for 14 points
• Also contributed 25 ground balls, 16 draw controls and nine caused turnovers
• First collegiate goal and point was vs. Richmond
• Season-high three goals and three assists vs. Syracuse for season-high six points
• Also registered goals against North Carolina, Harvard and James Madison

• Two-time All-American ('09, '10)
• WNEPSWLA All-League Player ('09, '10)
• Team Award ('09, '10)
• 2010 recipient of Deerfield's athletic award
• 2009 recipient of the Jenie Maria Arms Sheldon award for sports and academics
• Team's leading goal-scorer ('09)

• Full name is Madeline McCreery Keeshan
• Daughter of John and Jackie Keeshan
• Has an older sister, Brady, and brother, Harry

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