AS A SENIOR (2014)
Played in 17 games, making 17 starts...picked up 23 ground balls, 24 draw controls, and 11 caused turnovers on the season...compiled two ground balls and in the season-opener against Notre Dame (2/15)...posted four ground balls against New Hampshire (2/20)...totaled three ground balls and three draw controls against Syracuse (2/26)...registered three ground balls against then No. 1 UNC (3/22)...compiled three ground balls in the ACC Quarterfinal matchup against North Carolina (4/24)...picked up three ground balls in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament against Bryant (5/9)...tallied two ground balls in the Second Round NCAA Tournament win over Loyola (5/11).
AS A JUNIOR (2013)
Played in 19 games, making 10 starts ... compiled 21 ground balls, 16 draw controls, and 11 caused turnovers on the year ... picked up three ground balls in NCAA Tournament vs. Dartmouth (5/10) ... registered four ground balls in the ACC semifinals against North Carolina (4/26) ... posted three ground balls and three draw controls vs. Canisius (4/21) ... caused a career-best three turnovers at Northwestern (3/6) ... set a career high with four draw controls in season opener at Holy Cross (2/16) ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)
Saw action in all 18 games ... picked up one ground ball against California (4/14) ... scooped up one ground ball at Virginia (3/31) ... tallied her first-career point with an assist at Harvard (3/21) ... registered her first-career draw control at Vanderbilt (3/7) ... notched one ground ball and one caused turnover at Connecticut (3/2) ... tallied two ground balls and forced one turnover against Hofstra (2/25) ... recorded a career-high five ground balls and her first-career caused turnover at Syracuse (2/21) ... earned All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll accolades ... received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011)
Played in three games, starting one ... recorded one ground ball ... received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Played four years of varsity lacrosse at St. Anthony's ... captained the team in 2010 ... earned All-League accolades in 2009 and 2010 ... part of the Friars team that went undefeated and won the league in 2009 and 2010 ... helped her team earn a No. 12 national ranking in US Lacrosse Magazine ... received the 2010 Gregor Award, given to one senior female athlete who "exemplifies extraordinary character and possesses zealous enthusiasm" ... recognized as the first annual recipient of the Dave Prutting Award for "leadership on and off the field" ... also lettered three years in cross country ... received the CHSAA Female Scholar Athlete of the Year Award in 2009 ... a National Merit Commended student, AP Scholar with Distinction, and member of the National Honor Society.
Claire Blohm ... daughter of James and Janet Blohm ... has one older sister, Lizette ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Points: 1, at Harvard (3/21/12)
Assists: 1, at Harvard (3/21/12)
Ground balls: 5, at Syracuse (2/21/12)
Draw controls: 4, at Holy Cross (2/16/13)
Caused turnovers: 3, at Northwestern (3/6/13)
BLOHM'S CAREER STATISTICS