2017 Second Team All-Ivy League
2016 Second Team All-Ivy League
2017: Started all 15 games for the Lions... Named to the Second Team All-Ivy League... Earned six Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll selections... A goal and two assists at #5 Princeton on April 29th (the goal marked her 20th of the season, making her the first player in program history to tally 20+ in both goals and assists in back-to-back seasons)... She finished the year setting a program single-season record with 42 assists, besting the previous record of 32 set by Kacie Johnson ‘13CC in 2012... A game-high five assists along with three ground balls and two caused turnovers at Brown (4/22)... Tallied three points on two goals and an assist against #9 Penn (4/15)... In a win over Yale, she tallied four points on two goals and two assists, her first of which broke the program single-season record, giving her 33 on the year (4/8)... Another three-assist game in the final non-conference regular season match-up at Hofstra (4/1)... Second-straight four-point game with a goal and three assists in a home victory over Wagner (3/29)... Four points behind two goals and two assists against Harvard (3/25)... Three points on a goal and two assists on the road at Lehigh (3/22)... NCAA National Leader with 3.14 assists per game (3/20)... Six points on three goals and three assists in a victory at San Diego State (3/18)... A game-high four assists and a goal in a win over UC Davis (3/16)... A team-high five points on four assist and one goal against #11 Cornell (3/11)... A game-high seven points on two goals and five assists in a home victory over Dartmouth (3/5)... Two points behind a goal and an assist in a win at Canisius (2/25)... Five points on two goals and three assist in a win over Fairfield (2/22)... Taliied a goal and two assists in the Lions' season opener at Drexel (2/19)...
2016: Started all 15 games for the Lions... Named Second Team All-Ivy League... Third person in program history to posts 20+ goals and 20+ assists in a season... Led Lions in points with 44... Posted two goals and two assists in a win over Fairfield (2/24)... Tallied a pair of assists against Harvard (3/5)... A goal and an assist in the Lions' victory over Marist (3/7)... Put in two scores against Cornell (3/12)... A game-high six points on three goals and three assists in a win over St. Jospeh's (3/19)... Recorded second-straight hat trick and an assist in win over Canisius (3/21)... Two goals in overtime game against Yale (3/26)... A game-high six point behind three goals and three assists in the Lions' road win over Wagner (3/30)... A score and two assists highlighted her performance at Hofstra (4/2)... Posted two goals and with two assists at No.16 Penn (4/9)... Five points on two goals and a game-high three assists in the Lions' first program win over Brown (4/16)... Tallied a pair of goals, ground balls, and draw controls against No.11 Princeton (4/23)...
2015: Saw action in 15 games, making five starts… Led the Lions in assist with 12 on the year... Finished the season with a team-high shot percentage of .522 on 12 goals… Recorded a hat trick in the Lions' victory over Bucknell..
Personal: Enrolled in Columbia College... Majors in Political Science.
At Mountain Lakes: Kalamaras joined Columbia as one of the most talented attackers in the state of New Jersey. Kalamaras put together a phenomenal senior campaign to lead the Lakers to a 2014 New Jersey Group I State Championship. She set a school single-season record with 143 points behind 83 goals (another school record) and 60 assists. In her time at Mountain Lakes, the team won back-to-back State Section and Morris County Championships (2013, 2014), and were the 2014 Stars and Stripes Conference Champions. The team was selected as the 2014 New Jersey Daily Record Team of the Year and the Smugmug Team of the Year. Kalamaras is a three-time All-County and All-Conference honoree. She earned her second Academic All-America honor in her senior season along with being named the Daily Record Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year, the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference Player of the Year, and was given First Team All-State and All-America honors.