2 - Erin McMullan
Erin McMullan
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Wading River, N.Y.
High School: Shoreham-Wading River
Position: GK
Major: Political science
Residential College: Ezra Stiles

2013 (Junior): Started all 15 games, playing 858:00 ... .381 save percentage ... 11.26 goals-against average ... Fourth in Ivy League with 99 saves ... Season-high 11 saves vs. Dartmouth Mar. 2.

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 12 games, starting nine ... .448 save percentage and 11.76 goals-against average ... Made season-high 19 saves at Cornell ... Had five games with double-digit saves ... Save percentage in league games was .548, best in the league.

2011 (Freshman): Eight games played ... .432 save percentage ... 12.69 goals-against average.

High School: Honorable mention All-American 2010 … Team captain 2010 … New York State Tournament team 2010 … All-county 2010 … Academic All-American 2010 … All-division 2009 … Won New York State championship, Long Island championship and Suffolk county championship each year she played with Shoreham-Wading River … Teammates at SWR included current Yale teammate Jen DeVito and former teammate Brittay DeLea … 2009 Long Island School Girls Team #1 … Also played three years of varsity field hockey for Shoreham-Wading River … Was Newsday All-Long Island, All-County, team captain and Academic All-American in field hockey in 2009 … Also won Suffolk County Exceptional Senior Award in field hockey in 2009 … All-division in field hockey in 2008 … Field hockey team was Class B Suffolk County champions 2007-2009 … Principal’s List member 2006-2010 … National Honor Society.

Club Team: Second team All-Galaxy 2009 and 2010 for Long Island Yellow Jackets … Won team’s Geri Holland Award … Teammates with Yellow Jackets included current Yale teammate Jen DeVito.

Notes: 2008 and 2009 Presidential Bronze Award for Community Service (Volunteered 200+ hours at Stony Brook University Hospital, and trained younger lacrosse goal keepers) … Participated in Global Awareness Club and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions).

Why Yale? “I can’t imagine why anyone would not choose Yale. It’s a great school with an exceptional reputation. The opportunities are enormous, the college’s history is impressive and the students are welcoming. I can’t imagine a better fit for me. I am extremely honored to represent the college as a Yale Bulldog.”