Adele Wise
Adele  Wise


Leonardtown, MD

High School:



Systems engineering


Lacrosse Concludes Season with Senior Day

Colonials fall to Davidson, 15-10


Lacrosse Set to Host Davidson for Senior Day

Colonials to wrap up season at home


Lacrosse Falls to Massachusetts

Colonials to host Saint Joseph’s on Friday


Lacrosse Cruises Past St. Bonaventure, 14-3

Donohue registers 100th career point


Lacrosse Set for Road Test at Robert Morris

Colonials continue road swing on Saturday

2018: Closes out her career ranking third in GW history with 283 saves and ranks fifth with 1,845 minutes played between the pipes ... saw action in nine games and made three starts in her senior season … started between the pipes for the Colonials’ season opening victory at ECU, logging 22:42 minutes and recording a season-high five saves … played 12:00 minutes in the squad’s 16-8 victory vs. Longwood (2/17) … made two saves in 12:56 in her final game as a Colonial vs. Davidson (4/28) … helped the Colonials to a program-best 7-1 non-conference record.

2017: Saw action in all 16 games and started 15 contests in her junior campaign … Posted a 14.86 goals-against average and a .404 save percentage with 137 saves in 815:43 minutes between the pipes … Her 137 saves ranks seventh-most ever by a Colonial in a season … Ranked seventh in the A-10 with 8.56 saves per game … Finished second on the team with 31 ground balls … Made a season-high 12 saves against Georgetown (Feb. 15) … Had 11 saves and picked up four ground balls against UMBC (Feb. 25) … Snagged a career-high six ground balls at Saint Joseph's (April 29) … Had back-to-back season-high matching 12 save performances at Massachusetts (April 21) and against Duquesne (April 23) … Recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean’s List.

2016: Appeared in 16 games and made 15 starts in goal ... Posted a 12.65 goals-against average and a .408 save percentage with 119 saves in 820:47 minutes between the pipes ... Her 119 saves matched the 10th-most ever by a Colonial in a season ... Ranked fourth in the A-10 in saves and saves per game (7.44) ... Tied for fourth on the team with 22 ground balls and added seven caused turnovers on the year ... Recorded double-digit saves three times ... Stopped 10 shots in her first career start at UMBC (Feb. 27) ... Followed with nine saves against just nine goals allowed at Navy (March 2) ... Picked up three ground balls at Monmouth (March 5) ... Had eight saves while allowing just seven goals and added four ground balls in a 9-7 win at Mercer (March 15) ... Recorded a career-high 15 saves against No. 19 Massachusetts, the eighth-highest single-game total in program history ... Added two ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Minutewomen ... Followed with 11 saves against 10 goals allowed in an 11-10 win at Richmond (April 15) ... Had eight saves at VCU (April 17) then stopped seven shots in each of the final three games of the season from April 22-30 ... Averaged 8.9 saves over the final seven games of the year from April 8-30 ... Recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.

2015: Appeared in nine games during her rookie campaign, amassing 88:50 in goal ... Made 12 saves and allowed 19 goals for a 12.83 goals-against average ... Made her collegiate debut in the season opener at Johns Hopkins and allowed one goal while making two saves in 6:58 of action (Feb. 18) ... Played a season-high 36:06 and picked up the win against Mount St. Mary's (March 17).

High School: Four-year varsity player from Leonardtown...Helped squad to four straight Southern Maryland Athletic Conference Championship titles...Named 2014 St. Mary's County Girl's Lacrosse Athlete of the Year...Two-time Leonardtown Girl's Lacrosse Most Outstanding Player (2013-14)...Tabbed Southern Maryland Athletic Conference First Team selection in 2014 and was a Second Team honoree in 2013...Competed in 2013 US Lacrosse Girl's High School National Tournament with DC Metro...Also competed for Jets Lacrosse and Maryland United...Member of National Honors Society and four-year member of Honor Roll...Served as Secretary of class of 2014...Two-time recipient of Department Spanish Award and winner of Department Social Studies Award as a senior.

Personal: Born Patricia Adele Wise on Oct. 14, 1996 in Leonardtown, MD...Daughter of Sally and Martin Wise...Mother Sally played tennis at Georgia Tech...Has two younger sisters, Mary Helen and Katie...Intends to major in systems engineering at GW.

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Saves 15 vs. #19 Massachusetts (4/10/16)
Minutes 60:00 19x, Last at Saint Joseph's (4/29/17)
Ground Balls 6 at Saint Joseph's (4/29/17)
Caused Turnovers 2 3x, Last at Saint Joseph's (4/29/17)


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