12 - Cailey Aburn
Cailey Aburn
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Jarrettsville, Md.
High School: The John Carroll School
Previous College: George Mason
Position: A
Major: Biology

2012: Team captain.

2011: Saw action in all 18 contests with 14 starts ... fourth in assists with 19 ... sixth in points with 27 ... 10th in goals (8) ... added 12 ground balls, 10 draw controls, and five caused turnovers ... season-best four points (1g, 3a) at Randolph-Macon ... season-high three assists twice ... season-best two goals twice ... season-high two ground balls three times ... season-best two draw controls twice.

George Mason (2008-10): Spent first two years at George Mason under the direction of Lauren Rywak ... recipient, Provost Achievement Award ... member, National Society of Collegiate Scholars ... achieved honor roll status all four semesters. 

The John Carroll School: 2008 graduate ... two-sport athlete (field hockey, lacrosse) ... Field Hockey: Played for Tess Gauthier ... two-year letterwinner ... team captain as a senior ... 2006 team MVP ... JV team captain as a sophomore ... member, Hymax club team ('06-'08) ... Lacrosse: Coached by Krystin Porcella ... three-year letterwinner ... two-time IAAM champions ('07, '08) ... second team All-Harford County ... member, Northeast Maryland Select club team ... achieved honor roll status all four years.

Club Lacrosse: NEMS Lacrosse Club

Personal: Cailey Clarke Aburn ... environmental studies minor ... plans to attend graduate school after St. Mary's ... vice president, KSMB Arboretum Association ... born October 21, 1990 in Towson ... daughter of Tad and Joni Aburn ... has two older sisters, Kelsey '09 and Courtney ... comes from a lacrosee-laden family ... her father played at Brown while two of her uncles played at UNC ... her grandfather and another uncle played at Johns Hopkins while her aunt played for Maryland ... her sister, Kelsey, was a three-year member of the Seahawk squad, while Courtney played at Delaware (2006-10).

Why St. Mary's?: "St. Mary's offers a rigorous academic program; is an honors school; and presents the opportunity for me to play field hockey and lacrosse."