2011: Enters final season tied for 10th all-time at GW with 55 career goals.
2010: Missed 2010 season while rehabbing torn ACL.
2009: Team quad-captain ... Ranked fourth on team with 21 goals, fifth on team with 26 points ... Played in 14 games with nine starts ... Season-high four goals against Drexel (3/1), matched season-high four points (3g/1a) against La Salle (4/19) ... Matched career-best three draws at Virginia Tech (3/8) ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll in spring semester
2008: Breakout season saw Breheny lead team with 34 goals and finished second with 39 points ... Started 14 of 16 games played ... Converted 58.6 percent of shot attempts (34-of-58) ... Fifth on team with 18 draw controls, and added eight ground balls and six caused turnovers ... Five games with three-or-more goals, led by career-high five goals against both Towson (3/8) and Saint Mary's (CA) (3/17) ... Had career-high six points in back-to-back games against Mount St. Mary's (3/12 - 4g/2a) and Gaels (5g/1a) ... Also had four goals against No. 10 Georgetown (2/20) ... Career-best three draws against Gaels and Richmond (4/16) ... Grabbed personal-best four ground balls at California (3/20).
2007: Played in three games - at No. 15 Denver (3/13), No. 11 Georgetown (4/20) and Saint Joseph's (4/22) ... Posted one shot on goal against Pioneers.
High School: Two-time first team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference pick at Bishop Ireton ... Earned honorable mention All-America honors from Lax Power as a senior ... Honorable mention All-Met selection by Washington Post and first team All-Examiner during senior season ... Two-year team captain totaled 203 goals and 48 assists during four-year career ... Missed junior season due to injury ... Second team All-WCAC as a freshman.
Personal: Mia Colleen Breheny ... Born July 30, 1988 in Washington, DC ... Daughter of Maureen and John Breheny ... One sister, Hillary (23), and brother, Jack (16) ... Graduated with bachelor's degree in sport, event and hospitality management in May 2010 ... Currently pursuing graduate degree in event management.
|2010||DNP - Injury|
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