Mia, Forcier Pace Colonials Offensively
Cassidy Nets Game-Winner With 9.7 Seconds Left
Bumgardner Ties Career Assists Record
Colonials Win Sixth Straight Against Hawks Behind Jones, Mia and Lynch
Colonials Outscore Explorers, 8-3, in Second Half
2015: Started all 16 games during a breakout sophomore campaign ... Ranked second on the team with 24 goals and added three assists for 27 points ... Also second on the team with 50 shots ... Led the Colonials with 24 draw controls ... Added 12 ground balls and a caused turnover ... Tallied a career-high four points on two goals and two assists at Liberty and added a career-best four ground balls against the Flames (Feb. 23) ... Scored a career-high four goals against Mount St. Mary's (March 17) and St. Bonaventure (April 19) ... Won a career-best three draw controls five times on the season ... Recorded multiple goals in six straight games from March 27-April 19, averaging 2.5 goals per game in that span ... Recognized on GW's Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2014: Played in five games and started on as a rookie...Secured first career start at Drexel (Feb. 16)...Tallied two goals in season opener against Howard (Feb. 12)...Recorded a free-position goal against the Bison...Took four shots and put all of them on target for a 1.000 shots-on-goal percentage.
High School: Named 2013 North Suburban Conference Player of the Year...Tabbed a Minnesota All-State selection in 2012 and 2013...Three-time All-North Suburban Conference selection...Finalist for Minnesota's Ms. Lacrosse Award during senior season...Served as senior captain and earned spot on inaugural Star-Tribune All-Metro Team that same year...Named team MVP and best attacker during senior season after netting 64 goals and registering 25 assists...Also competed for Minnesota Lakers...Earned North Suburban Conference All-Academic honors for field hockey and lacrosse during senior year...AP Scholar.
Personal: Born Bailey Moore Forcier on Dec. 19, 1994 in Victoria, MN...Daughter of Judy and Tim Forcier...Has one older sister, Megan...Major is undecided.