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Personal: Medjid played field hockey in high school. She is the daughter of Ellen and Amar Medjid and has two siblings.
2023 Season: Medjid was one of 11 players selected in Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse College Draft.
At Boston College: Medjid played lacrosse for five years, starting 74 out of 95 games for the Eagles from 2019-23. Medjid finished her career with 332 points, including 252 goals and 80 assists. She ranks second on Boston College's career goals and points lists, and seventh on the assist ledger. Medjid is one of three players in program history to register 300 or more career points. She joins Sam Apuzzo and Charlotte North as the only Boston College players with multiple 100-point seasons. Medjid had at least one point in 70 career games before being shut out against North Carolina in the ACC Championship Game on April 30, 2023. She led the Eagles to four consecutive NCAA Championship Game appearances and was named one of five finalists for the 2023 Tewaaraton Award. Medjid was a three-time IWLCA All-America pick and received First-Team distinction as a graduate student. She also received First-Team All-America recognition from Inside Lacrosse and USA Lacrosse Magazine. Medjid was named All-ACC three times, including two First-Team nods as a senior and graduate student. She was a three-time member of the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team. During her graduate student season, Medjid led the ACC in goals (83) and points (107). She had 18 hat tricks during the 2023 season, including eight games with five or more goals. As a senior, Medjid started in all 23 games and ranked second on the team in goals (74), assists (28), and points (102). She scored five or more goals five times, with a season-high of six goals against Pittsburgh on March 26, 2022. In her junior season, Medjid contributed 61 goals with 18 assists in 21 games, including a career-high nine goals against Louisville on March 28, 2021. She also scored 19 goals with seven assists during the 2021 NCAA Tournament, helping Boston College win their first championship. In the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Medjid was the second-leading scorer for the Eagles with 20 goals. As a freshman, she contributed 14 goals with five assists.
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