Jocelyn Donohue
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Jocelyn  Donohue

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Amherst, NH

High School:
Souhegan

Height:
5-9

Position:
Attack

Major:
Information Systems


04/28/2018

Lacrosse Concludes Season with Senior Day

Colonials fall to Davidson, 15-10

04/24/2018

Lacrosse Set to Host Davidson for Senior Day

Colonials to wrap up season at home

04/22/2018

Lacrosse Falls in Road Finale

Colonials to host Davidson on Saturday for Senior Day

04/20/2018

Lacrosse Drops Offensive Battle to Saint Joseph's, 11-10

Jocelyn Donohue scores 100th career goal

04/17/2018

Lacrosse Set for Pair of A-10 Matchups

Colonials to host Saint Joseph's on Friday, travel to Duquesne on Sunday

02/17/2018

021718 Women's Lacrosse

George Washington v Longwood

2018: Captain … led the team with a career-high 46 goals, a mark that ranks fourth in program history … started all 17 contests … also had three assists, a team-high 49 points, 14 ground balls, 13 draw controls, and nine caused turnovers … made 93 shots on the season, a mark that ranks seventh on GW's single-season records list ... ranks sixth in program history with 108 career goals and ninth with 217 shots ... tallied multiple goals in 16 of 17 games … scored three or more goals nine times … scored a career-high five goals and made a personal-best 10 shots vs. Bucknell (3/10) … named A-10 Player of the Week on March 20 after registering back-to-back hat tricks at American and vs. Mount St. Mary’s ... tallied her 100th career point at St. Bonaventure (3/31) and went on to score four goals on the day … registered her 100th career goal vs. Saint Joseph’s (4/20) … helped the Colonials to a program-best 7-1 non-conference record … a leader in GW’s Leadership Academy … named to the 2017 Spring and Fall GW Athletics Academics Dean’s List.

2017: Member of the Lacrosse Leadership Council … Led the team with a career-high 39 goals and ranked tied-for first on the team with 45 points during her junior campaign … Also had six assists, 14 ground balls, 16 draw controls, and seven caused turnovers … Her 39 goals and 79 shots rank ninth-most by a Colonial in a season … One of five Colonials to start all 16 games … Had 14 multi-point games and scored three or more goals in six games … Tallied a career-high five points on four goals and one assist in the season opener against Monmouth (Feb. 11) … Also had a season-high four draw controls … Scored four goals on a career- and season-high eight shots against UMBC (Feb. 25) … Lifted the Colonials to their first win of the season against Robert Morris (March 11), scoring four goals and picking up a career- and season-high three ground balls … Posted her fifth hat trick of the season at Davidson (April 2) … Scored 11 goals over the final five games of the season from April 13-29 … Scored three goals and added one assist to complete her seventh hat trick in the season finale at Saint Joseph’s (April 29) … A Leader in GW’s Leadership Academy … Recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean’s List.

2016: Tied for the team lead with 22 goals and ranked fourth with 25 points during a breakout sophomore campaign ... Also tied for third on the team with 17 draw controls and ranked fifth with 44 shots while adding three assists, one ground ball and three caused turnovers ... Appeared in all 17 games and started the final 11 games of the season ... Notched her first career hat trick and added two draw controls at Monmouth (March 5) ... Also had a hat trick and two draws at Mercer (March 15) ... Scored 10 goals in five games from March 5-19 ... Tallied a career-high four goals on four shots at VCU (April 17) ... Posted her fourth hat trick of the year and added an assist in the season finale against Saint Joseph's (April 30) ... Scored 11 goals over the final four games of the season from April 17-30 ... Won a career-high five draw controls against La Salle (April 22) ... An Emerging Leader in GW's Leadership Academy ... Recognized on GW's Athletics Academic Dean's List ... Earned a spot on the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for both semesters.

2015: Appeared in eight games during her rookie campaign ... Made her collegiate debut in the season opener at Johns Hopkins (Feb. 18) ... Scored her first career goal against St. Bonaventure (April 19) ... Won two draw controls on the year, with the first of her career also coming against the Bonnies ... Recognized on GW's Athletics Academic Dean's List.

High School: Four-time New Hampshire All-State selection from Souhegan...As a rookie named Attack Player of the Year and tabbed Co-Midfielder of the Year as a sophomore...Recipient of Coaches Award as a junior and named Impact Player of the Year in her final season...Nashua Telegraph All Star First Team honoree as a sophomore and Second Team selection as a junior...Earned athletic academic award all four years...Two-time US Lacrosse Academic All-American (2013-14).

Personal: Born Jocelyn Jean Donohue on Aug. 7, 1995 in Nashua, NH...Daughter of Jody and Jim Donohue...Has two younger sisters, Juliane and Jaclyn...Intends to major in international business at GW.

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CAREER HIGHS
Goals 5 vs. Bucknell (3/10/18)
Assists 2 at Radford (3/20/18)
Points 5 vs. Monmouth (2/11/17)
Shots 10 vs. Bucknell (3/10/18)
Ground Balls 3 2x, Last at St. Bonaventure (3/31/18)
Draw Controls 5 vs. La Salle (4/22/16)
Caused Turnovers 2 5x, Last at Duquesne (4/22/18)

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