Third-ranked lacrosse wins two games by double-digits

March 31, 2004 Kristen George Goros 0

To describe the women’s lacrosse team as an offensive powerhouse would be an understatement. In a 13-2 win, its high-powered offense defeated its latest victims, the Eagles of Mary Washington College, on Saturday afternoon.

In the process, the now third-ranked Lions extended their regular-season win streak to 40 after the win against their ninth-ranked opponent in Lions’ Stadium. […]

From soccer to All-American lacrosse

March 31, 2004 Kristen Zimmerman 0

Four years ago, as an incoming soccer recruit, most people would not have expected senior midfielder Katie Wagenblast’s athletic success to involve a lacrosse stick.

Last year’s Division III Player of the Year and this year’s pick for the Preseason Player of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine, Wagenblast was originally recruited as a soccer player but decided to give up soccer and focus on lacrosse in her junior year. […]

Lacrosse defeats Drew, Cabrini on road to NJAC

April 29, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

The Lions’ lacrosse team improved its winning streak to 12-0 this week. Saturday’s game against Drew University ended in a 19-7 score in favor of the College.

Freshman attacker Lauren Dougher was the star of the game with a career-high six goals and two assists for a total of eight points. […]

Lacrosse extends its perfect record

April 22, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

The College’s lacrosse team added to its perfect record this week, besting both Rowan University and Frostburg State University by impressive margins. Friday’s game saw the Lions on their home turf, handing Frostburg a 17-2 loss.

Freshman attack wing Lauren Dougher opened the game with a goal at 2:48 into the first half. […]

Women’s lacrosse extends winning streak to six

April 8, 2003 Ryan McCabe 0

The women’s lacrosse team extended its undefeated campaign to 6-0 by defeating Goucher College 21-7 on the road Saturday. Behind senior attacker Liz O’Connor’s eight goals and three assists, the Lions continued to prove worthy of the No. 3 ranking.

“We have a very talented team this year and we need to move one game at a time,” O’Connor said. […]

Lacrosse’s success

April 1, 2003 John Kell 0

The Men’s Club Lacrosse team increased its record to 4-0 with a pair of wins over the Rowan University and Delaware Valley College club teams.

“This season is a stark contrast to last season,” senior attacker Keith Glock said. “Last season, we were 2-8, and this season we are already 4-0. […]

Lions defeat Eagles, Falcons and Bears. Oh My!

April 1, 2003 Lindsay Scarborough 0

The College’s lacrosse team defeated No. 11 ranked Mary Washington College 15-4 on Saturday. The Lions are currently ranked third in the latest Division III poll.

Junior midfielder Katie Wagenblast and freshman Bridget Bigley led the Lions with a combined eight goals and two assists. […]

Lacrosse defeats Rutgers

March 25, 2003 Ricky Klittich 0

The College’s men’s club lacrosse team defeated the Rutgers University’s club team, 13-11, on Sunday, improving to 2-0 this season.

“This is a big game because we only have two home games,” Senior attackman and coach Keith Glock said. “Rutgers is a division opponent and in order to make the playoffs, you have to win your division. […]

Lions eat Red Dragons for dinner in home opener

March 25, 2003 Christopher Weir 0

The Lion’s women’s lacrosse team won their home opener on Saturday by defeating SUNY Cortland 19-4. The Lions are ranked third in Division III. Head coach Sharon Pfluger was pleased with the Lions (2-0) performance.

“If I had to say one thing about today, it would be that we played well together,” Pfluger said. […]

Women’s lacrosse opens season with 13-10 win

March 18, 2003 Christopher Weir 0

The Lion’s Women’s lacrosse team defeated Salisbury University, by a score of 13-10, on Saturday, in their season opener. The Lions (1-0) was led by senior Liz O’Connor, who scored four goals, and senior Tara Prindible, who scored three goals and had an assist. […]

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