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News & Videos
July 17, 2017 - Women's Lacrosse Former Landmark Standout To Play In World Cup Lacrosse Festival; Two Others Participating TOWSON, Md. - Moravian College women's lacrosse assistant coach Erin Allen, and Catholic University's Anna Stumme and rising senior Nicolette Crisalli...[ Read More ]
June 2, 2017 - Women's Lacrosse Seven Ranked in Final Learfield Directors' Cup CLEVELAND, Ohio – The final Learfield Directors’ Cup standings for Division III has been announced, and seven Landmark institutions made...[ Read More ]
May 22, 2017 - Women's Lacrosse Clair Schmitzer Named Landmark Women's Lacrosse Senior Scholar Athlete TOWSON, Md. – Catholic midfielder Clair Schmitzer has been named as the 2017 Landmark Women’s Lacrosse Senior Scholar Athlete. Schmitzer...[ Read More ]
May 20, 2017 - Women's Lacrosse No. 13 Cards Edged in Regional Semis at No. 2 Washington & Lee Lexington, Va. – The Catholic University of America women's lacrosse team saw its run in the 2017 NCAA Tournament come to close in the Regional...[ Read More ]More News
Athlete Of The Week
Women's Offensive Athlete of the Week Morgan Mason, Drew (Sr, M - Cranford, N.J.) Senior midfielder Morgan Mason totaled 10 points during a 2-0 week in Landmark Conference play for the Rangers, who will be faced with a win-and-in game at Susquehanna this Saturday to make the 2017 Landmark Conference Championship. Mason stuffed the stat sheet in the pair of wins, scoring five times in the tight 13-12 win over Scranton on Wednesday, then getting three goals and two assists on a Senior Day 15-4 victory against Goucher on Saturday. For the week, she added six groundballs, five caused turnovers and four draw controls.
Women's Defensive Athlete of the Week Gianna Minogue, Drew (Sr, GK - Sayville, N.Y.) Senior goalkeeper Gianna Minogue was one of the difference makers in the Rangers' 12-11 win at Susquehanna to clinch a berth in the Landmark Conference Championship. Susquehanna significantly outshot the Rangers 38-25, making each of her 12 saves monumental as Drew erased a three-goal deficit over the final 10 minutes. The River Hawks were 0-for-6 facing Minogue in free position shots. The Ranger keeper added four groundballs in the win and finishes the regular season ranked second in the Landmark with a .476 save percentage.
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