Rachel Mia Scores Five Points in Final Game
Bumgardner Records 150th Career Point
Bumgardner Leads All Scorers With Seven-Point Afternoon
Colonials Outscore Pioneers in Second Frame in Non-Conference Finale
Colonials Welcome No. 17/14 Johns Hopkins on Saturday at 1 p.m.
2015: Appeared in 12 games and made one start on defense as a junior ... Tallied eight points on six goals and two assists ... Added 13 ground balls, 10 draw controls and seven caused turnovers ... Matched her career high with two goals at Davidson (March 27) ... Also tallied two points (1g, 1a) against St. Bonaventure (April 19) ... Recorded a goal, two ground balls and two draw controls at Massachusetts in the season finale (April 26).
2014: Appeared in 14 games and logged 11 starts on defense during sophomore season...Registered a career-high six goals and one assist for seven points on the year...Scored a career-high two goals at Navy (March 4)...Dished out first career assist at Denver (March 28)...Took 16 shots and put 12 on target for a .750 shots-on-goal percentage...Picked up 24 ground balls, including a career-high seven against Liberty (Feb. 26), which ranks fourth on GW's single-game list...Won 12 draw controls and matched career-high three against Liberty and at St. Bonaventure (April 6)...Caused 16 turnovers, which ranks second on squad...Caused a career-high four turnovers against Liberty...Named Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Week (March 3) after helping Colonials down Liberty and Davidson.
2013: Appeared in all but one contest and logged 14 starts on defense during rookie season...Named to Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team after helping Colonials to second straight conference championship appearance...Scored first collegiate goal at Johns Hopkins (March 16) for lone point of season...Took nine shots and put six on goal...Picked up 16 ground balls, including a career-high four at Massachusetts (April 7)...Caused eight turnovers...Won eight draw controls, including a career-high three twice, against Richmond (March 29) and at Massachusetts...Helped defense limit opponents to .706 shots-on-goal percentage as Colonials out-scored opponents, 173-159...Helped hold La Salle scoreless for opening 40 minutes of action.
High School: Three-sport athlete at Brooks School...Two-time All-Independent School League selection...Named 2012 New England Prep School Women's Lacrosse Association All-Star...Named All-Independent School League in basketball and field hockey...Also competed for Revolution Lacrosse.
Personal: Born Julia Lamont Lawson on Feb. 26, 1993 in Nashua, NH...Daughter of Kathryn and Robert Lawson...Has two older brothers, Rob and David...Major at GW is undecided.