32 - Kaela McGilloway
Kaela McGilloway
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sea Cliff, NY
High School: North Shore
Position: A

Will enter her senior season already ranked 7th all-time at Brown with 130 career points, the most since Phoebe Koch ’98, 10th all-time with 83 career goals, the most since Kate Staley ’06, and 6th all-time with 47 career assists … 2011: Earned Second Team All-Ivy for the second straight season after leading the Bears in scoring for the second year in a row … Started all 15 games on the season, as she has played in all 45 career games … Posted 50 points (31g, 19a), 8th all-time at Brown, to reach the 50-point plateau for the second consecutive season after finishing with 51 in 2010 … Led the team in assists with 19, 8th all-time at Brown and the most since Leigh Miller ’95 had 17 in 1995 … Was second on the team with 31 goals … Ranked second in the Ivy League in assists per game (1.27), third in the League in points per game (3.33), and eighth in the League in goals per game (2.07) … In League games only, McGilloway led the conference with 1.57 assists per game and was ninth with 2.86 points per game … Led Brown and was second in the Ivy League with three game-winning goals, scored against Sacred Heart, Columbia, and Quinnipiac … Earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week honors after posting nine points in a pair of games, including seven (3g, 4a) against Columbia … Posted at least one point in every contest in 2011, stretching her consecutive point-scoring streak to 25 games … Posted multiple points in 13 games and multiple goals in 10 games … Had season-highs of five goals against both Sacred Heart and St. Mary’s … Earned a season-high four assists against Columbia and St. Mary’s and a season-high nine points against St. Mary’s … 2010: Named Second Team All-Ivy after leading the team in scoring (51 points), goals (36), and assists (15), while starting all 15 games … Her 51 points, 7th all-time at Brown, was the highest single-season point total for a Brown player since the 1990 season when Perry Moriearty ’91 had 54 points … Her 36 goals, 7th all-time at Brown, was the most for a Brown player since 1989 when Erin Maguire ’89 had 37 goals in a season … Her 15 assists also ranks 10th all-time at Brown for assists in a season … Was 6-19 on free position attempts … Also had 13 ground balls, eight caused turnovers, and three draw controls … Scored at least one goal in 13 of the Bears' 15 games, earning Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week honors after notching 20 points (9g, 11a) in three straight wins for the Bears … Had a career-high 10 points (5g, 5a) against Manhattan … Also had 10 multi-goal games, including six where she scored at least three goals … Among the Ancient Eight, McGilloway ranked 5th  with 2.40 goals per game, 7th with 1.00 assists per game, and 6th with 3.40 points per game … 2009: Finished tied for the team’s lead in scoring with 29 points (16g, 13a) ... Was 4-9 on free position attempts ... Also had 11 ground balls, eight draw controls, and eight caused turnovers ... Scored two goals six different times during the year ... Had a career-high four assists against Bryant, also scoring two goals for a career-high six points ... Before Brown: A three-sport athlete at North Shore High School, McGilloway also played field hockey and basketball ... Lacrosse and field hockey team captain ... US Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention ... A four year starter in lacrosse, McGilloway was named All-Long Island Newsday Team and All-County her senior season ... Led team, conference, and Nassau County in scoring in the regular season with 70 goals and 52 assists that same season ... Named team MVP... Played on Nassau Conference I in the Nassau Super-Conference Games ... Named North Shore High School Female Athlete of the Year ... Also named All-County her sophomore and junior seasons and led team in the assists both of those years ... A two-time All-State selection in field hockey ... Named team MVP her senior season while leading the team in both goals and assists ... Also led her field hockey team in assists for three seasons ... Named to the Empire State Team... Played club lacrosse for Long Island Liberty and club field hockey for the Long Island Fishsticks and Patriots ... Member of the National Honor Society, National Math & Science Honor Society, and National Foreign Language Honor Society ... Senior Class Vice President ... Sports Editor of the high school newspaper ... Named a Scholar-Athlete ... Recipient of the 2007 New York State Attorney General Triple C Award for courage, character, and commitment ... Also received the National Organization of Women Young Leader Award ... Named the Knights of Columbus Student of the Year ... Also a member of SADD, Key Club, and Peer Facilitators ... Personal: The daughter of Kevin and Jane McGilloway, Kaela has three sisters, Megan, Kate, and Maeve ... Concentrating in Human Biology.

McGilloway’s Career Highs
Goals:
5, 4x, last vs. St. Mary's (4/19/11)
Assists:
5, at Manhattan (4/11/10)
Points:
10, at Manhattan (4/11/10)
Free Position Goals:
2, vs. Cornell (4/16/10)
Shots:
10, vs. Boston University (3/1/11)
Ground Balls:
2, 9x, last at Stanford (3/29/11)
Caused Turnovers:
2, 3x, last vs. Boston College (4/18/10)
Draw Controls:
2, at Quinnipiac (4/14/09)

McGilloway's Career Stats
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Off the field with Kaela
Why I chose Brown…A combination of the amazing people here and the opportunity to get a great education while playing a division one sport.
Favorite class at Brown…Pathology to Power
Favorite Brown tradition…Chicken Finger Friday
People who have had the greatest influence on my athletic career…My parents
Superpower I would want (why)...Teleportation
Favorite Food...peanut butter
Pre-game ritual…Usually lingering around the training room.
Favorite movie from this past year...The King’s Speech
TV show I want to be on...Modern Family
Favorite book…Water for Elephants
Favorite character in literature…Scout from To Kill a Mocking Bird
Hidden talent…Guitar Hero - drums and vocals
Teammate I would describe as “team mom”…Alexa Caldwell
Place I want to travel...Australia
Favorite sport other than lacrosse...Field Hockey
If I could be a professional athlete, I would compete in…Tennis
Pet Peeve...when people invade your personal space.
Where I would spend $1,000...Bagel Gourmet (OLE!)
If I had 24 hours to live, I would…live it up.
If I had to compete on the Amazing Race, the teammate I would pick as
my partner would be…Tara Rooke
My post-school ambition...PA School