|Institutions||Conf||Win %||Overall||Last 10||Streak|
|7.||Merchant Marine||0-6||0.000||1-11||1-9||Lost 7|
News & Videos
May 20, 2015 - Women's Lacrosse Pair of Cardinals Honored as IWLCA All-Americans WASHINGTON - On Friday, May 15, the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association selected 48 student-athletes to its Division III All-America...[ Read More ]
May 17, 2015 - Women's Lacrosse Cardinals Battle Back Before Falling 13-12 in NCAA Regional Finals CORTLAND, N.Y. – Catholic University faced a daunting task Sunday in its attempt to go to the NCAA Division III Final Four for the first time:...[ Read More ]
May 16, 2015 - Women's Lacrosse Cardinals Breeze Past Mount Union into Regional Finals CORTLAND, N.Y. – How good is the No. 10 Catholic University women's lacrosse team? Its two victories in the NCAA Tournament have come against...[ Read More ]
May 11, 2015 - Women's Lacrosse Eleven Landmark Players Named to IWLCA All-Region Teams GRAND LAKE, Colo. — Eleven Landmark student-athletes were among the 256 in Division III to be named to All-Regional teams by the Intercollegiate...[ Read More ]More News
Athlete Of The Week
Offensive Athlete of the Week Rita Meissner, Goucher (Sr., A, Yonkers, N.Y.) Meissner scored a game-high four goals, including three in the second half, to help Goucher edge Drew 12-10 on Saturday and clinch its first playoff berth since 2011. The last of those four goals was the 100th point of her collegiate career, Meissner also played a key role in helping the Gophers keep the ball away from the Rangers' high-scoring offense, winning a career-high six draws and leading the team with three ground balls. She ranks second on the team and seventh in the Landmark with 34 goals overall this season.
Defensive Athlete of the Week Alexis Martin, Catholic (Jr., D, Haddonfield, N.J.) Martin led the Cardinals with six ground balls in Saturday's 17-6 victory over Scranton, a win which clinched the top seed in the playoffs for Catholic. She added a caused turnover, and was solid throughout the game in transition as the Cardinals finished 14 of 18 on clearing attempts. The six goals was the lowest total put up by the Royals in any Landmark game this season.
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