2005: Started every game in the midfield ... Led the team in goals (36) and was third in points (40) ... Totaled three goals in the season-opening win over George Mason ... Had a goal and two assists against St. Bonaventure ... Also had two ground balls and two draw controls in the game ... Netted two goals against Ohio ... Tallied three ground balls and two draw controls at Ohio State ... Totaled three goals against James Madison ... Had two goals and won two draw controls at La Salle ... Netted two goals in the win over Howard ... Tallied two goals, two ground balls and forced a turnover in the win over Bucknell ... Scored four goals against Maryland ... Had four goals in the win over Davidson ... Totaled five points on four goals and an assist against North Carolina ... Had a goal against Virginia ... Scored a season-high five goals in the win over Lafayette ... Also had an assist against the Leopards ... Tallied three goals and had three ground balls against Duke ... Entered the top ten on Tech's goals scored list with her first goal of the game ... Had a ground ball and caused a turnover against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament.
2004: Ranked third on the team in goals (32) and fourth in scoring (33 points) ... Started in every game but one due to a minor hamstring injury ... Tallied two goals and four ground balls in her first collegiate game against No. 4 Georgetown ... Registered four goals, four ground balls and two caused turnovers at Lafayette ... Tallied three goals, two ground balls and two draws in win over Ohio State ... Was perfect against Ohio University, recording five goals on five shots ... Netted four goals, complimented with two ground balls and draw controls against Davidson ... Season-high six goals against Longwood ... One draw and a caused turnover in upset over No. 18 George Mason ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
High School: A three-sport athlete at Mt. Hebron High School ... Played lacrosse under Coach Brooke Kuhl and Scott Robinson ... Was first-team all-county by The Baltimore Sun, Washington Post and Columbia Flyer ... Honorable mention All-America ... Team was ranked No. 1 nationally in 2002 and 2003 ... Was on the same team as current Hokie Jessica Galindo ... Played midfield on the 2001 regional championship soccer team ... Finished first in the state as a member of the 4x800 relay team in track in 2002 ... Third in the state in the 800-meters in 2002 ... Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class ... Was a member of the National Spanish Honor Society.
Personal: Britt Kirsten Faulkner was born April 26, 1985 in Fairfax, Va. ... Daughter of Terri Mclean and Glenn Faulkner ... Has five siblings, sisters Krista, Janna, and Eleanor and has a stepsister Stephanie and stepbrother, Sean ... Majoring in communication.