Senior Year (2012): Played in all 15 games and started in 13 ... recorded four two-point games ... scored twice against Rutgers and Duke ... had a goal and an assist vs. Maryland ... scored a free-position goal against Johns Hopkins ... tallied a goal vs. Cornell and Harvard ... had two assists in a win over Dartmouth ... picked up an assists vs. Penn ... scored twice at Penn State ... season-high four ground balls and two caused turnovers at Columbia ... won two draw controls in five separate games ... earned the Connie McCallister Award at the team banquet.
Junior Year (2011): Started in all 19 games ... had a five-point game against Brown ... recorded three-point games versus Johns Hopkins, No. 8 Virginia and Columbia ... scored twice on Yale while causing a career-best three turnovers ... had a 2-point game vs. No. 13 PSU ... had a season-best two ground balls versus No. 12 Georgetown and No. 14 Dartmouth ... won a season-best three draws at No. 4 Duke while earning two assists ... had an assist at No. 8 Penn in the Ivy League semifinal ... scored in the Ivy title game against Harvard.
Sophomore Year (2010): Started all 16 games ... finished third on the team in scoring with 16 goals and 12 assists for 28 points ... had 27 draw controls, 24 ground balls and seven caused turnovers while shooting 2 for 8 from the eight meter ... earned her first career start against JHU where she had a career-high three ground balls ... tallied two assists against Rutgers, Cornell and Harvard ... earned an assist against Duke ... scored her first career goal at Brown where she finished with two goals and an assist while winning a career-best five draws ... scored once against JMU ... had a hat trick against Virginia ... had two goals at Columbia ... had a career-high four points against Georgetown ... had a goal and an assist at Temple ... matched her career-best of three goals against and four points against Dartmouth while causing two turnovers, also a careeer best ... scored twice in the Ivy League semifinals against Penn.
Freshman Year (2009): Played in nine games ... picked up her first career point against Columbia on April 1, assisting on a Tiger goal ... had one shot on goal against Maryland on May 2 ... finished with two ground balls, one versus Duke on March 7 and the other against Columbia ... caused a turnover in a game against Harvard on April 11.
Before Princeton: A three-sport athletics at Shawnee High School ... also a member of the Princeton soccer team ... an All-American by US Lacrosse and Under Armour as a senior captain ... an all-South Jersey and an all-Olympic Conference Patriot Division selection in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... ranked by Inside Lacrosse Magazine as a top 50 recruit and was ranked No. 11 in the top 100 girls lacrosse players by takkle.com and Sports Illustrated ... helped the Renegades win four conference championships during her tenure.
Personal: Full name is Barbara Previ ... born October 16, 1989 ... mother is Lisa Previ ... has one sister, Danielle ('10) who played lacrosse at RIT ... three-year letterwinner on the Princeton women's soccer team ... majoring in sociology.
|| 3, 5x MR vs. Columbia, 4/27/11
|Assists|| 2, 8x MR vs. Dartmouth, 4/21/12
|| 5 vs. Brown, 3/12/11
|| 5 at Brown, 3/13/10
|| 6 vs. Dartmouth, 4/25/10
|| 3 at Yale, 4/9/11