No. 3 Maryland Outguns No. 7 Loyola to Advance to Final Four

Heneberry and Gallagher conclude their careers as two of the most dynamic defenders to ever play together. The second and third players,respectively, to reach the 100 career ground balls and 100 career caused turnovers plateau, the duo has consistently teamed to shut down opponents top attackers. Gallagher, the Greyhounds' single-season record holder for caused turnovers this year, with 54, also ranks second on the program's career records with 125. Heneberry sits close behind Gallagher with 122 career caused turnovers.

Weber concludes her career as the only member of the class to score a goal, while she also had 35 ground balls and 22 caused turnovers.

Throughout their careers, they earned honors such as All-American, Big East Defensive Player of the Year, Big East Tournament MVP, All-Mid-Atlantic Region and All-Big East.

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2012-05-19



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