Courtney Swan
Courtney  Swan


Vero Beach, Fla.

High School:
Vero Beach




Virginia Has 314 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 4,143 student-athletes recognized


223 Student-Athletes Named to VaSID Academic All-State Team

Colaprico, Frank, Sulzer, Swan, Van Arsdale and Williamson named from UVa


Courtney Swan Named ACC Women's Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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


Courtney Swan Named Virginia's Nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Senior lacrosse player is in contention for the prestigious national honor


Courtney Swan Earns Capital One Academic All-America Third Team Honors

Senior lacrosse player named to the At-Large team


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)

Swan Web Feature

• Member of the 2014-15 U.S. Women's National Team


• IWLCA All-America Second Team
•Capital One Third Team Academic All-American (At Large)
• IWLCA All-South Region First Team
• All-ACC Second Team
•Capital One Academic All-Region 3 (At-Large)
• Tewaaraton Award Nominee
• Leads the ACC in assists per game (1.84), ranked No. 18 in the nation
• Fourth in the ACC in draws per game (4.47), ranked No. 15 in the nation
• Ranked ninth in the ACC in points per game (3.47)
• Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week (March 3) after scoring four goals with four assists and winning nine draws in the win at Penn State
• Recipient of the Weaver-James-Corrigan ACC Postgraduate Scholarship
•Recipient of Virginia's ACC Scholar Award, presented annually to one male and one female student-athlete based on academic excellence and performance with distinction as a member of a varsity team
• VaSid All-State First Team
• Ranked second in program history with 272 career draw controls
• Ranked ninth in program history with 75 career assists
• Finished her career just shy of program's top-10 in career points (188 - 113 goals, 75 assists)
• Finished the season with 66 points on 31 goals and 35 assists
• Six games contributing five or more points
• Five hat tricks
• Co-captain with Kelsey Gahan
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Recipient of the Elite 89 Award, presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative GPA at the NCAA Championship, just the second Virginia player in any sport to win the honor
• IWLCA Second Team All-American
• IWLCA All-South Region First Team
• Second Team All-ACC
• Tewaaraton Award Nominee
• All-ACC Academic Team
• VaSID All-State University Division Women's Lacrosse Player of the Year
• VaSID All-State First Team
• Earned a spot on the 2014-15 U.S. Women's National Team
• Ranked ninth in the ACC and 16th in the nation with 80 points
• Eleventh in the ACC and 21st in the nation with 53 goals
• Third in the ACC and 15th in the nation in draw controls, averaging 4.57 per game
• Her 96 draw controls this season was one shy of tying the Virginia record set by Brittany Kalstein in 2010 (97)
• Will enter the 2015 season with 187 career draw controls, third-most in program history
• Had a 21-game point streak, dating back to the 2013 season, snapped in the NCAA Quarterfinal game against North Carolina
• Scored at least a hat trick in 12 games this season
• Has twice this season contributed eight points in a game, scoring five goals with three assists at Virginia Tech and scoring four goals with four assists at William & Mary
• Had a career-high 10 draw controls in the regular-season meeting with Syracuse
• Scored four goals in the NCAA Tourney win over Princeton
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• All-Atlantic Coast Conference
• VaSID All-State first team
• Ranked third in the ACC and 21st in the NCAA in draw controls, averaging 4.05 per game
• Her 83 draw controls were the second-highest single-season total in Virginia program history
• Third on the team in goals scored (28), assists (11) and points (39)
• Fourth on the squad with 23 ground balls
• Logged points in all but two games during the season (Princeton and Penn)
• Scored a season-high four goals against William & Mary
• Had five points (two goals, three assists) at James Madison
• Won seven draw controls, including six in the first half, in the ACC Tournament semifinal game against Maryland
• Followed that with a seven-draw performance in the NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Penn
• Had nine games in which she won five or more draw controls
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Played in seven games with six starts
• Scored one goal with two assists
• Finished season with seven ground balls, eight draw controls, and four caused turnovers
• Scored first collegiate goal in first collegiate game against Loyola
• Also had two assists in debut against Loyola with two ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Finished high school career with 307 goals, 166 assists and 228 draw controls
• Under Armour All-American ('11)
• Academic All-American ('10, '11)
• Scripps Treasure Coast Newspaper Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year ('11)
• Inside Lacrosse's 10th-ranked incoming freshman ('11)
• Lacrosse Magazine's South Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year ('11)
• One of Lacrosse Magazine's Top 15 Freshman to Watch ('11)
• ESPN Top 20 Midfielders on the Rise ('10)
• ESPN All-Rise honorable mention ('10)
• Inside Lacrosse Top Seniors watch list ('10)

• Parents are Michael and Leslie Swan
• Has a brother, Trent, and a sister, Lauren
• Her major is Kinesiology

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