WORCESTER, Mass. - Julie Beer '07 has been named the first head women's lacrosse coach at Clark University as announced by Director of Athletics and Recreation, Trish Cronin on Tuesday morning. The athletic department announced the addition of the 18th varsity sport back in April. The program will begin competing in a full New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) schedule in the spring of 2020.
HARTFORD, Conn. - The Springfield College women's lacrosse team scored all four of its goals in the second half as the Pride fell to nationally-ranked Trinity College, 16-4, in the Second Round of the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament on Sunday afternoon at Jessee/Miller Field.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt.—The fourth-ranked Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team got goals from 12 different players on its way to defeating visiting Babson College, 18-5, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday afternoon at Kohn Field.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt.— Junior Lexi Lenaghan (Hanover, Mass.) scored four goals and added two assists, to reach 100-points this season, in the first half as Babson College defeated Castleton, 17-4, in an NCAA Tournament First Round game on Saturday afternoon at Kohn Field.
HARTFORD, Conn. - Behind seven points from freshman Kate Sarnacki (Granby, Mass.) and a career-best six points from junior Allie Goddard (Acton, Mass.), the Springfield College women's lacrosse team defeated Elms College, 24-3, in the First Round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament, hosted at Jessee/Miller Field on the campus of Trinity College on Saturday afternoon.
WESTWOOD, Mass. - The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) released the 2018 Women's Lacrosse All-Conference team and major awards on Tuesday afternoon. After helping lead MIT to a share of the NEWMAC regular season crown, Emily Young was named the Offensive Player of the Year while her teammate Katie Notaragelo was named Co-Defensive Player of the Year. Notarangelo shares the honors with Babson's Maria Bravo who also helped pave the Beavers to a share of the regular season title before Babson took home the crown this past weekend. Helping the Coast Guard Bears to a 12-7 record with her 60 goals, Brenna Farrington was named the Rookie of the Year.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - On Sunday evening the NCAA released the field for the 2018 Women's Lacrosse National Championship. After earning the conferences AQ over the weekend Babson will travel to Middlebury and face Castleton while Runner-Up Springfield earned at At-Large selection and will face Elms at Trinity.
BABSON PARK, Mass.—Senior Julia Harrigan (Portsmouth, R.I.) scored the go-ahead goal with 4:40 left in the second half as top-seeded Babson College defeated third-seeded Springfield College, 15-13, in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Tournament final at MacDowell Field on Sunday afternoon.
BABSON PARK, Mass. - Senior Julia Harrigan and junior Lexi Lenaghan recorded four goals apiece as top-seeded Babson College defeated the visiting Coast Guard Academy, 17-1, in a New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Tournament semifinal on Saturday afternoon at MacDowell Field.
BABSON PARK, Mass. - Behind a career-best five goals from senior midfielder Ann Mahoney(Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), the Springfield College women's lacrosse team defeated MIT, 14-11, in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship Tournament Semifinals at Babson College's MacDowell Field on Saturday afternoon.
Haley Howard of the Coast Guard Academy led all players with the games only hat-trick, while also collecting three groundballs and causing two turnovers in the win. The Bears also received goals from Brenna Farrington (2), Luisa Santos, Marietta Davis, and Haley McCue.
SPRINGFIELD Mass. - Senior attacker Shelby Corsano (Bourne, Mass.) registered four goals en route to breaking the Springfield College women's lacrosse program records for single-season points and single-season goals, as the Pride defeated Smith College, 14-4, in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship Tournament Quarterfinals on Wednesday evening at Stagg Field.
In a 2-0 week for MIT, Emily Young tallied 10 goals, two assists, eight draw controls, and four groundballs. Williams keyed a strong defensive effort that helped Babson allow just 10 total goals in back-to-back wins to wrap up the regular season.
WESTWOOD, Mass. – The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced the seeds for the 2018 Women's Lacrosse Championship on Saturday afternoon. With a three way tie for first place and a share of the regular season title, NEWMAC tiebreaking procedures were done to determine to top three seeds. Babson (7-1) received the No. 1 seed and will host the final four weekend.
WESTWOOD, Mass. – The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) is pleased to announce the 2018 Women's Lacrosse Academic All-Conference Team. The NEWMAC women's lacrosse student-athletes totaled 47 honorees this year.
In a 2-0 week for MIT, Emily Young tallied 12 goals and six assists for 18 points while collecting 12 draw controls. Ann Mahoney, a senior midfielder for Springfield College, was a key contributor in the Pride's two wins last week, as she helped the maroon and white to a 14-5 win over Mount Holyoke last Wednesday and a 20-4 victory over Wellesley on Saturday.
In a 2-0 week for MIT, Katie Notarangelo tallied 11 goals, 16 draw controls, eight groundballs, and six caused turnovers while converting all six of her free-position attempts. Brenna Keefe, a sophomore goalkeeper for Springfield College, was phenomenal in a pair of NEWMAC victories for the Pride last week, as she recorded a goals-against average of 3.50, while making 15 saves on the week.
WORCESTER, Mass.—The Clark University Athletic department is pleased to announce the addition of a varsity Women’s Lacrosse program as announced by Athletic Director, Trish Cronin on Friday morning. The women’s lacrosse program will be Clark University’s 18th varsity sport. Clark currently sponsors 17 intercollegiate sport programs; eight men’s teams and nine women’s teams.
Shelby Corsano, a senior attacker for Springfield College, was dominant in two wins for the Pride this past week. Taylor Kane, a junior midfielder for Springfield College, helped the Pride to a 2-0 week as she caused four turnovers, secured nine draw controls and registered four goals.
In a 2-1 week for MIT, Emily Young tallied 14 goals, six assists, 20 points, and 20 draw controls. Fligor made a career-high 11 saves to help Babson rally for an 11-10 victory at Springfield on Saturday.
Freshman Brenna Farrington led Coast Guard to a 2-0 week including nine goals in the program's first ever NEWMAC win over Smith. Molly Witten posted a 59.3 save percentage in a 2-0 week for the Lyons. Witten stopped 72.2 percent of the shots she faced in a 6-5, nonconference win over Bridgewater State on Monday, including a point blank shot with 1 second left on the clock.
Lenaghan pumped in six goals and dished out four assists for a career-high 10 points in Babson's 21-9 win over the University of New England on Thursday afternoon. The junior attacker scored four times in the first half and doled out three assists after the break as the Beavers reached the 20-goal mark for the first time since 2015.
Corsano, a senior attacker for Springfield College, helped lead the Pride to a pair of wins over Framingham State and Chapman this past week. Stone, a junior defender for Springfield College, was instrumental in a pair of wins for the Pride this past week.
Freshman Brenna Farrington led Coast Guard to a 2-0 week with 13 points including a program single game record eight goals as the Bears pushed their record to 3-0 to start the season. Ann Mahoney, a senior midfielder for Springfield College, was impressive on both ends of the field for the Pride this past week as she totaled three points, nine caused turnovers eight ground balls, and eight draw controls in a pair of contests.
Smith was outstanding in the Lyons season-opening 16-8 victory against Gordon on Saturday, scoring four of her game and career-high five goals in the opening half to give Mount Holyoke a commanding lead. In her collegiate debut, freshman Haley Howard caused seven turnovers, picked up seven ground balls and tied a program with eight draw controls as Coast Guard opened the season with a 17-13 victory over Eastern Connecticut.