2005: Started all 15 games ... Third on the team in caused turnovers (15) and fifth in ground balls (23) ... Had three ground balls in the win over George Mason ... Picked up four ground balls and two draw controls against St. Bonaventure ... Also had three caused turnovers in the same game ... Had three ground balls and two draw controls at Ohio ... Netted two goals and had three ground balls against Ohio State ... Had a ground ball and won a draw control at La Salle ... Picked up a ground ball and forced a turnover in the win over Bucknell ... Had two ground balls and two draw controls against Maryland ... Recorded the first two assists of her career in the win over Davidson ... Had a ground ball against North Carolina ... Picked up a game-high four ground balls and three caused turnovers against Virginia ... Caused three turnovers against Duke ... Picked up two ground balls against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament.
2004: Started in every game on defense as a freshman ... Finished the year fifth on the team in caused turnovers (17) and sixth in ground balls (25) ... Tallied one ground ball and one caused turnover in her first collegiate start against No. 4 Georgetown ... Registered a season-best three caused turnovers at both No. 3 Notre Dame and No. 13 Northwestern ... Picked up a season-high four ground balls and two caused turnovers against No. 7 Virginia ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
High School: Two-sport standout at South River High ... Member of the state finalist lacrosse team in 2001 for Coach Kim MacNemar ... Captain in 2003 ... Four-time scholar-athlete recipient ... Played midfield for the CC Lax club lacrosse team for two years ... Also played defense on the field hockey team ... Team won the state championship in 2000 and was region finalist in 2001 and 2002.
Personal: Bryana Bernadette Keenan was born May 20, 1985 in Baltimore, Md. ... Daughter of Rosemarie and Joseph Keenan ... Brother, Joey, played lacrosse at St. Mary's and North Carolina ... Majoring in human nutrition, foods and exercise.