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First Women's Lacrosse Player
Johns Hopkins University

President
Blue Jays Unlimited

First Player
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Member of the Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee
Johns Hopkins University

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Player Bio: Jim Margraff - JOHNS HOPKINS OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

www.hopkinssports.com, 3 April 2010 [cached]

Margraff and his wife, Alice, reside in nearby Timonium with their 14-year-old daughter, Megan, 12-year old son, James, and nine-year old son, Will.

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Alice Margraff was a standout field hockey, squash and lacrosse player at Johns Hopkins and was inducted into the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame in October, 2000. She has served a two-year term as the President of Blue Jays Unlimited, the official booster club of Hopkins athletics, and is currently a member of the Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame selection committee.


Street & Smith's College Lacrosse USA...the definitive source.

www.collegelacrosseusa.com, 6 Sept 2000 [cached]

Alice Collins Margraff (Baltimore, MD/Friends School) Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Squash.

One of the finest three-sport athletes in Johns Hopkins history, Alice Collins Margraff holds the distinction of being the first women's lacrosse player at Johns Hopkins to earn All-America honors three times.She earned Second Team All-America honors in 1987 and 1988 as a standout on attack before moving to defense as a senior in 1989 and garnering Second Team honors there as well.Despite playing her final season at the defensive end of the field, she finished her career as Hopkins' all-time leading goal scorer (151) and ranked second in career points (183) and fourth in assists (32).She still ranks among the all-time leaders in all three categories.In addition to her career records, Collins Margraff was the first player in school history to score 50 or more goals in a season twice (58/1987 & 50/1988) and stills holds JHU's single-game records for goals (12) and points (14) in a game (vs.Widener/April 11, 1987).She led JHU to the NCAA Tournament in each of her last three years and served as a team captain as a senior.The NCAA Tournament appearances were the first in program history.
In addition to her exploits on the lacrosse field, she was a four-year standout on the Hopkins' squash team and a two-year letterwinner on the Blue Jay field hockey team.Collins Margraff has served as the Co-Director of College Counseling at nearby McDonogh for the last seven years and resides in Timonium, MD with her husband, Jim, and children Megan (5), James (3), and Will (6 months).


Boosters Johns Hopkins Blue Jays - The Official Athletic Site for the Johns Hopkins University

hopkinssports.cstv.com, 14 Mar 2008 [cached]

Alice Margraff '89


Player Bio: Jim Margraff :: Football

hopkinssports.cstv.com, 2 July 2005 [cached]

Margraff and his wife, Alice, reside in nearby Timonium with their 11-year-old daughter, Megan, nine-year old son, James, and six-year old son, Will.

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Alice Margraff was a standout field hockey, squash and lacrosse player at Johns Hopkins and was inducted into the Johns Hopkins Athletics Hall of Fame in October, 2000.She recently completed a two-year term as the President of Blue Jays Unlimited, the official booster club of Hopkins athletics and is currently a member of the Johns Hopkins Athletics Hall of Fame selection committee.


Lax.com: story

www.lax.com, 15 Oct 1999 [cached]

The class includes Andy Bernstein (Class of 1990/Baseball), Alice Collins Margraff (Class of 1989/Lacrosse, Squash, Field Hockey), Mike Leonhardt (Class of 1984/Swimming), Dave Pietramala (Class of 1989/Lacrosse), and Church Yearley (Class of 1934/Football, Lacrosse, Basketball).

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Alice Collins Margraff (Baltimore, MD/Friends School) Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Squash.
One of the finest three-sport athletes in Johns Hopkins history, Alice Collins Margraff holds the distinction of being the first women's lacrosse player at Johns Hopkins to earn All-America honors three times.She earned Second Team All-America honors in 1987 and 1988 as a standout on attack before moving to defense as a senior in 1989 and garnering Second Team honors there as well.Despite playing her final season at the defensive end of the field, she finished her career as Hopkins' all-time leading goal scorer (151) and ranked second in career points (183) and fourth in assists (32).She still ranks among the all-time leaders in all three categories.In addition to her career records, Collins Margraff was the first player in school history to score 50 or more goals in a season twice (58/1987 & 50/1988) and stills holds JHU's single-game records for goals (12) and points (14) in a game (vs.Widener/April 11, 1987).She led JHU to the NCAA Tournament in each of her last three years and served as a team captain as a senior.The NCAA Tournament appearances were the first in program history.In addition to her exploits on the lacrosse field, she was a four-year standout on the Hopkins' squash team and a two-year letterwinner on the Blue Jay field hockey team.Collins Margraff has served as the Co-Director of College Counseling at nearby McDonogh for the last seven years and resides in Timonium, MD with her husband, Jim, and children Megan (5), James (3), and Will (6 months).

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