24 - Emma Kane
Emma Kane
Height: 5-2
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Garden City, N.Y.
High School: Garden City
Position: A
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Team: Liberty Lacrosse

2014: Played in 12 games, started eight...four goals...one assist...five points...12 groundballs...tallied two goals, one assist, and two groundballs at Lasell (3/4)...recorded one goal and three groundballs versus Mount Ida (3/1)...also picked up three groundballs against Roger Williams (3/8)...currently ranks sixth all-time at MIT in career assists with 28.

2013: Played and started all 17 games...14 goals...22 assists...36 points...24 groundballs...was seventh in the NEWMAC in assists...led the team in assists, ranked fourth in points, and fifth in goals...tallied five goals and two assists at Framingham State (4/2)...posted three goals, including the game-winner, one assist, and six groundballs versus Smith (3/30)...recorded three-point performances against Southern Maine (3/2), Gordon (3/5), and Wellesley (4/16)...collected four groundballs versus Pacific (3/27).

2012: Played in 16 games, started 12...four goals...five assists...nine points...eight groundballs...six draw controls...six caused turnovers...ranked fourth on the team in assists...registered a goal and an assist at Wellesley (4/10)...picked up three groundballs versus Framingham State (3/20)...collected two draw controls against Wheaton (4/21).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering...was a member of the MIT field hockey team.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Garden City High School...member of 2010 conference, county and Long Island field hockey championship team that was the state runner-up...National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Academic squad...Nassau County Field Hockey Coaches Association Unsung Hero award...participated on the fencing team which was crowned Nassau County champions in 2009 and 2010...recipient of Patrick Ryan Award...National Honor Society...president of National French Honor Society...Tri-M Music Honor Society...youth advisory board president of the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and homeless shelter...Key/Interact club chairperson/co-founder of Pink Ribbon Committee...AP Scholar Award with Distinction...Adelphi University Prize for Leadership.

Club: Liberty Lacrosse.