|Institutions||Conf||Win %||Overall||Last 10||Streak|
|7.||Merchant Marine||0-6||0.000||8-6||6-4||Lost 1|
News & Videos
June 1, 2016 - Women's Lacrosse Catholic Women’s Lacrosse Ranked No. 10 in Final IWLCA Poll WASHINGTON – The Catholic University of America women's lacrosse team finishes 2016 and enters next season as the No. 10 team in the country in...[ Read More ]
May 24, 2016 - Women's Lacrosse Bridget Gallaher Named Women’s Lacrosse Senior Scholar Athlete TOWSON, Md. – University of Scranton defender Bridget Gallaher has been chosen as the 2016 Landmark Women’s Lacrosse Senior Scholar...[ Read More ]
May 23, 2016 - Women's Lacrosse Goucher Turns Women's Lacrosse Program Over To Thoreson TOWSON, Md. — Goucher landed somebody who played the sport for four year at a Division I institution, but has experience as the head coach of a...[ Read More ]
May 22, 2016 - Women's Lacrosse Catholic’s NCAA Tournament Run Ends at No. 1 Cortland Cortland, N.Y. – The Catholic University of America women's lacrosse team saw its eight-game win streak and national tournament run come to an...[ Read More ]More News
Athlete Of The Week
Women's Offensive Athlete of the Week Annie McElaney (Susquehanna) McElaney started both games as SU went 2-0 this week. She had four goals and three assists in an 18-5 win against Marywood and added four goals and one assist in 14-9 win over USMMA. She went 4-8 on FPS, had three ground balls, six draw controls and 21 shots (17 on goal).
Women's Defensive Athlete of the Week Juliana Strazulo (Drew) (So, D - San Anselmo, Calif.) Sophomore Juliana Strazulo extended her Landmark Conference records for caused turnovers and ground balls in a single season with seven of each in Drew's playoff clinching 14-7 win over Goucher on Saturday. The do-it-all midfielder helped the Rangers' defense hold the Gophers to 10 shots on goal in the monumental win-and-in contest that sent Drew to the upcoming Landmark semifinals on Wednesday. She also scored a goal, added two assists and controlled five draws. Her new Landmark records now stand at 67 caused turnovers (beating the old record by 20) and 82...
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