|High School:||Worcester Preparatory School|
Senior Year (2018-19)
Voted team captain
Junior Year (2017-18)
Named to SoCon Preseason All-Conference team at midfield…named Second Team All-Conference…appeared in 19 games, 18 starts…scored 18 goals on the year while adding six assists for 24 points…scored seven free position goals…picked up 24 ground balls and won a team-high 58 draws…caused nine turnovers…scored a season-high three goals on two occasions…named to SoCon Academic Honor Roll.
Sophomore Year (2016-17)
Appeared in 19 games…scored seven goals and dished out seven assists for 14 points on the year…tied a career-high with three points against Presbyterian on Feb. 22…picked up 16 ground balls, won 18 draws, and caused 11 turnovers…named to SoCon Academic Honor Roll.
Freshman Year (2015-16)
Appeared in 13 games as a freshman…scored seven goals, including a career-high two at Howard on April 1…finished the year with three assists and 10 points (three at Howard)…also picked up nine ground balls and won five draws…caused six turnovers…was 1-1 on free position attempts against Howard.
Led Worcester Preparatory School to an ESIAC Conference and Tournament Championship as a senior...named ESIAC first team all conference and ESIAC conference player of the year...as a senior, scored 67 goals, was team captain, was named WBOC athlete of the month and Delmarva Now three time athlete of the week...named team MVP...led Worcester Prep to a 15-0 record, ESIAC Conference and Tournament Championship and Karl Wolf Tournament Championship as a junior…scored 27 goals, recorded 22 draw controls and 26 assists in her junior season…led Worcester Preparatory School to a 12-3 record and ESIAC Conference and Tournament Championship as a sophomore…started on varsity and scored 19 goals, recorded 21 draw controls and 23 assists in her sophomore season…also played soccer and basketball…led her soccer team to an ESIAC conference championship as a senior team captain…was named second team ESIAC All-Conference and team MVP…team captain for basketball….as a junior, was named First Team ESIAC All-Conference for basketball …as a sophomore, was named Second Team ESIAC All-Conference for basketball…two-time winner of the basketball Coach’s Award…AP Scholar and member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society…played for Eastern Shore Lacrosse Club.
Born Sophia Insley Brennan in November 1997 in Salisbury, Md…daughter of Mark and Martha Brennan…brother, Harrison, plays lacrosse at Lynchburg College…father, Mark, ran track at James Madison University…uncle played basketball at Shipingsburg University…aunt and uncle played lacrosse at Denison University…uncle played lacrosse at the University of Delaware…majoring in sustainability science.