2019 Season: Tabbed to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference All-Conference Second Team ... Named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Honor Squad ... Selected to the GNAC Academic All-Conference Team ... Started all 17 matches ...Ranked 15th among conference leaders with 15 assists while standing 17th with 52 draw controls ... Made the move to attacker and finished with 44 points, including 29 goals and ranked among the most accurate shooters in the league with a 54.4% mark to place 16th in the GNAC ... Tallied at least one point in all but two matches, including nine outings with multiple goals ... Recorded four or more draw controls on seven occasions ... Registered 11 caused turnovers and enjoyed a stretch where she caused at least one turnover in seven consecutive matches ... Finished with 29 ground balls and recorded at least one ground ball in all but three contests ... Tallied a season-high six points on four goals and two assists to go with four draw controls, two caused turnovers and a pair of ground balls
2018 Season: Named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference Team ... Started the first six matches of the season, before missing the final 11 matches with an injury ... Led the team with a stunning 73.7% shooting percentage, connecting for 14 goals on 19 shots, while adding four assists and ranked sixth on the team in points and goals ... Placed third on the team with 28 draw controls in addition to 16 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... Tallied multiple points in five straight matches to open the season, including a total of five with four goals and an assist to go with three ground balls and a pair of draw controls at Saint Joseph's College (Maine) on March 20 ... Registered a career-high four caused turnovers and added seven draw controls, four ground balls, a goal and an assist vs. Salve Regina University on March 1 ... Racked up 13 points on 11 goals and two assists in a three-game span from March 8-20 ... Picked up four ground balls in three consecutive games from March 1-15, while winning 21 draws during the same time period.
2017 Season: Earned Great Northeast Athletic Conference Third Team honors ... Selected to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference All-Academic Team ... Only player in the GNAC to register at least 21 goals, 27 ground balls and 46 draw controls in league-only matches ... Led the league with a school-record 103 draw controls in all matches, while ranking ninth in assists (18), 13th in points (58) and 14th in goals (40) in all contests ... Placed 39th among NCAA Division III leaders with 5.15 draw controls per game ... Started all 20 matches and placed sixth among conference leaders with 57 ground balls and ninth with 28 caused turnovers ... Came up with a school-record 12 draw controls on April 9 vs. Regis (Mass.) and notched at least one draw control in every match ... Registered five or more draw controls in five straight matches from April 22 to May 5 ... Netted two or more goals on nine occasions, including five goals and three assists for a career-high eight points at Norwich University on April 26 ... Won 13 draws, caused seven turnovers, picked up six ground balls and netted five goals in three GNAC playoff games to earn All-Tournament honors ... Picked up at least one ground ball in all but one match, including 15 outings with multiple pickups, while causing at least one turnover in 16 of 20 matches ... Recorded multiple caused turnovers in four consecutive contests from March 11-25 ... Fell just one short of tying the school record with five assists and added a goal, five ground balls, two draw controls and a pair of caused turnovers at Massachusetts Maritime Academy on March 18.
2016 Season: Named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Third Team ... Played in all 17 matches, while making 16 starts ... One of just nine players in the league to rank among the top 20 in points (45/20th), assists (16/13th), ground balls (48/11th), draw controls (43/16th) and caused turnovers (18/19th) ... Led the team in assists and ground balls, while ranking second among Sharks in points, goals (29) and draw controls ... Put together one of the best all-around seasons for Simmons with the eighth-most points, sixth-most assists, fourth-highest ground balls, fifth-highest draw controls and ninth-most caused turnovers in school history ... Placed third on the team in caused turnovers and was one of the top newcomers in the conference being named Rookie of the Week twice ... Notched at least one point in all but two matches and tallied multiple points on 12 occasions, including a season-high of eight with four goals and four assists vs. Massachusetts Maritime Academy on March 19 ... Recorded three or more draw controls in seven straight games to close out the season ... Picked up multiple ground balls in 15 of 17 contests.
High School/Personal: Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse in addition to earning four letters in basketball and two in soccer for Belmont High School ... Named to the Middlesex League Lacrosse All-Star team following her senior campaign for the Marauders ... Chosen a Captain for the Belmont High lacrosse team as a junior and senior and for the basketball team as a senior ... Earned Most Valuable Player honors three times for BHS lacrosse ... Recipient of the Coaches Award for the Marauders basketball team following her junior and senior seasons ... Honored with the Paul Carey Award for the BHS basketball squad ... Received the Female Scholar Athlete Award as a senior at Belmont High School ... Played Amateur Athletic Union basketball ... Earned High Honor Roll accolades all four years at BHS ... Served as a Belmont Youth Basketball Volunteer for four years and played violin at Longy Music School ... Member of the String Orchestra at Belmont High School ... Volunteered for her church ... Engaged in Community Service at Mass Audubon's Habitat ... Born November 4, 1997 ... Majoring in Nursing with a minor in Chemistry at Simmons and would like to pursue a career as a Nurse ... Daughter of Peggy and David Bragg.
|Apr 13||at Rivier||W, 23-12|
|Apr 17||St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 16-5|
|Apr 20||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 17-7|
|Apr 24||at Norwich||W, 9-8|
|Apr 27||at Colby-Sawyer||W, 10-9|
|May 1||at Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 20-5|
|Shots on goal||45||32|
|Shots on goal percentage||83.3||82.1|
|Free position goals-shots||3-8||2-5|
|Mar 8||Southern Vt.||W, 19-0||2||0||2||1-1||0||4||2||0||2||100.0||2||100.0|
|Mar 9||at Albertus Magnus||W, 11-3||2||2||4||0-0||1||0||0||0||3||66.7||3||100.0|
|Mar 13||vs. Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 19-11||3||3||6||0-1||0||7||3||0||4||75.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 15||Framingham St.||L, 16-8||0||0||0||0-1||2||3||4||0||2||0.0||2||100.0|
|Mar 16||at Anna Maria||W, 23-1||2||2||4||0-0||2||5||2||0||3||66.7||2||66.7|
|Mar 19||Curry||W, 9-8||3||0||3||0-1||2||4||2||1||4||75.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 23||at Regis (Mass.)||L, 9-5||2||0||2||0-0||2||2||3||2||4||50.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 27||Saint Joseph's (Me.)||W, 15-13||0||1||1||0-1||2||3||2||1||1||0.0||0||0.0|
|Mar 30||Colby-Sawyer||L, 18-5||1||1||2||0-1||2||2||0||1||3||33.3||3||100.0|
|Apr 3||at Mass.-Dartmouth||L, 11-9||1||0||1||0-0||3||6||5||1||1||100.0||1||100.0|
|Apr 10||Lasell||L, 13-12||1||2||3||0-0||1||3||2||1||3||33.3||1||33.3|
|Apr 13||at Rivier||W, 23-12||4||2||6||0-0||2||4||4||2||7||57.1||6||85.7|
|Apr 17||St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 16-5||2||1||3||0-0||4||4||2||0||3||66.7||3||100.0|
|Apr 20||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 17-7||4||1||5||2-2||1||1||2||1||6||66.7||5||83.3|
|Apr 24||at Norwich||W, 9-8||1||0||1||0-0||2||1||3||0||2||50.0||1||50.0|
|Apr 27||at Colby-Sawyer||W, 10-9||0||0||0||0-0||3||1||4||1||3||0.0||2||66.7|
|May 1||at Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 20-5||1||0||1||0-0||0||2||1||0||3||33.3||2||66.7|