16 - Ali Holland
Ali Holland
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Garden City, NY
High School: Garden City
Position: A
Holland is a sneaky attacker with an innate sense of the play. She uses her stick skills and quickness to create opportunities all over the offensive zone. 2007: Played in all 16 games, earning 11 starts on attack ... Scored five goals, including two against both Maryland and St. Mary's ... Also had six ground balls, including two against both Sacred Heart and Holy Cross ... Earned three draw controls and five caused turnovers, including two against Yale ... 2006: Battled through injury most of the season, appearing in one game ... 2005: Played in Brown's first eight games, starting seven, before an injury sidelined her for the rest of the season ... Finished the year with five points (2g, 3a) ... Also picked up nine ground balls and earned two draw controls ... Before Brown: Holland played soccer and lacrosse for four years at Garden City High School ... Also played club lacrosse for the Long Island Yellow Jackets ... An avid viola and piano player ... Helped to lead lacrosse team to third and fourth straight Small School Division State Championships as a freshman and a sophomore ... Leading scorer sophomore through senior seasons ... Three-time selection to Nassau All-County Team ... Selected for Empire State Team in 2002 (Silver Medalists) and 2003 (Gold Medalists) ... Recipient of the Brine Stick Award for play in State Championship game in 2002 ... Co-Captain of lacrosse team as a senior ... Named 2004 Honorable Mention All-American ... Recipient of Donna Walsh Award (outstanding team player) and the Shannon Brothers Award (outstanding Female Varsity Athlete at Garden City) ... Finished career with 199 goals and 56 assists ... Personal: The daughter of Michael and Geraldine Holland, Ali has two brothers, Mark and Christopher, and one sister, Caroline ... Concentrating in International Relations.