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June 16, 2011

Michigan joins American Lax Conference

Michigan will field its first women's varsity lacrosse team in 2013 and, it was announced today, the Wolverines will play in the American Lacrosse Conference, home to Johns Hopkins and six-time national champion Northwestern.

In addition to the Blue Jays and Northwestern, which won the 2011 national title, the conference includes Florida, Vanderbilt, Penn State and Ohio State. Despite its youth, the conference regularly ranks among the top conferences in Division I. For seven of the past 10 seasons, the conference has had the top RPI. This year, all of the conference's teams were ranked in the national polls at some point during the season.

Johns Hopkins coach Janine Tucker, who took the Blue Jays from Division III to Division I in 1999, welcomes the addition as Michigan elevates a club program already in place.

"It's really a great program to add," Tucker said. "Our conference is very unique because we have such a different and interesting variety of schools and to have a school like Michigan that is going to really support the program and help it be good as quickly as possible is wonderful.

"It's just pretty neat to see the tremendous growth of the sport and how we can add a school like a Michigan, invited in, and embrace them into a conference that has taken off. We've got terrific schools and terrific coaches and we're really excited about having them as a new member."

The conference, which began in 2001 as a women's lacrosse-only conference, has a history of teams jumping into the national spotlight quickly. Florida, the most recent addition, reached the NCAA quarterfinals this spring in only its second year as a varsity program. Northwestern, which resurrected its varsity program in 2002, won the national title in just three years and won five straight from 2005 to 2009.

"The American Lacrosse Conference has a history of producing national champions, and we are proud to become its seventh member,” Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon said in a news release. “This will be a great opportunity for our program to play in one of the top lacrosse leagues in the country.”

In addition to Michigan, two other big-time sports schools will add women's lacrosse in 2013. Marquette will begin play as an independent and then join the Big East, which also includes Loyola, in 2014. USC will play in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation league along with such teams as Stanford, Denver and Oregon. 

"Our sport is just so hot right now and so exciting and so fun that it's experiencing a lot of popularity," Tucker said. "It's growing all across the country from the youth level on and I think it's really neat that these bigger schools are embracing that they can bring this sport on and have it carry a lot of excitement in their schools."

 

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May 26, 2011

IWLCA announces regional All-Americans

The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced its Division I regional All-Americans on Wednesday, including a host of players from local schools. The national All-Americans will be announced May 30.

Maryland's Sarah Mollison, Katie Schwarzmann, Laura Merrifield, Brittany Dipper and Katie Gallagher were named to the South Region first team, while Iliana Sanza made the second team. Navy's Jasmine DePompeo also earned second-team honors.

In the Mid-Atlantic region, Loyola's Grace Gavin, Ana Heneberry, Abby Rehfuss and Kerry Stoothoff were named to the first team along with Towson's Alexa Demski and Johns Hopkins' Alyssa Kildare and Colleen McCaffrey. Loyola's Kellye Gallagher and Marlee Paton earned second-team honors along with Towson's Jess Dunn, Johns Hopkins' Candace Rossi and Taylor D'Amore and UMBC's Alicia Krause.

Following is the entire list of regional All-Americans:

 

 

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May 14, 2011

Mollison, Schawarzmann, Gavin named Tewaaraton finalists

Maryland's Sarah Mollison and Katie Schwarzmann and Loyola's Grace Gavin have been named among five finalists for the 2011 Tewaaraton Trophy as the best college women's lacrosse player in 2011.

Mollison, a senior attacker; Schwarzmann, a sophomore midfielder; and Gavin, a senior midfielder/attacker; were joined by Duke junior midfielder/attacker Emma Hamm and Northwestern midfielder/attacker Shannon Smith as finalists for the Trophy to be awarded, along with the men's trophy, June 2 at the Warner Theater in Washington, D.C.

Maryland's Caitlin McFadden won last season's trophy after leading the Terps to its first national championship since 2001. The Terps' Jen Adams, now the Loyola coach, won the inaugural trophy in 2001.

Loyola has never had a winner and Gavin is only the second Tewaaration finalist from Loyola.

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May 12, 2011

Terps' Mollison, Reese win ACC honors

Maryland senior Sarah Mollison was named the Atlantic Coast Conference women's lacrosse Player of the Year Thursday, and Terrapins coach Cathy Reese was honored as Coach of the Year for the third straight time.

Mollison, an attacker from Australia, scored a goal in every game this season and had three or more in 15 games in leading the No. 1 Terrapins to an 18-1 record and the top seed in the NCAA Division I tournament. She ranks second in the ACC in assists and points averages. She has scored in 64 straight games and ranks seventh on the Terps' all-time points list and third on their assists list.

Reese, a former All-Metro Player of the Year at Mount Hebron and All-American at Maryland, earned her fourth Coach of the Year honor in five years as Terps coach. Her record at Maryland is 95-10, and she is 22-3 in ACC competition. This year, she led the Terps to their third straight ACC title.

North Carolina's Abbey Friend was named the Rookie of the Year.

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May 4, 2011

8 Towson players, coach LaMonica recognized by CAA

Eight Towson players were named to the Colonial Athletic Association all-conference team announced Wdnesday night and coach Sonia LaMonica was named Coach of the Year.

Tigers Alexa Demski (Loch Raven), Jess Dunn (Falltston), Mary Teeters (Centennial) and Ashley Waldron made the first team along with James Madison's Casey Ancarrow (John Carroll) and Hofstra's Katie Hertsch (Hofstra).

Towson's Megan Fitzgerald (Archbishop Spalding), Jackie LaMonica (Hereford) were named to the second team along with William & Mary's Ashley Holofcener (St. Paul's) and Delaware's Morgan Leonard (Liberty). Rhiannon Coogle (North Harford), Kelly Murkey (Westminster) and Jenn Ward (Fallston) of Towson were named to the All-Rookie Team.

All of the major awards went to William & Mary players: Grace Golden, Player of the Year; Sarah Jonson, Defensive Player of the Year; and Taelor Salmon, Rookie of the Year.

Following is the complete list:

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8 Loyola players, coach Adams land All-Big East honors

Eight Loyola players and coach Jen Adams as well as a handful of players with local roots earned All-Big East honors announced Wednesday night.

Loyola's Grace Gavin (St. Paul's) was named the Attacker of the Year for the second straight time and earned her third straight unanimous selection to the first team. Gerogetown's Sophia Thomas (Maryvale) was named Midfielder of the Year and Georgetown's Logan McCraw earned Defensive Player of the Year Honors.

Adams shared Coach of the Year honors with Syracuse coach Gary Gait, her mentor when she was a three-time national player of the year at Maryland from 1999-2001.

Loyola's Abby Rehfuss was named to the first team along with Notre Dame's Jackie Doherty (Mount Hebron) and Georgetown's Jordy Kirr (Bryn Mawr).

Loyola's Meg Decker (Mount de Sales), Kellye Gallagher, Ana Henberry (Dulaney), Mary Heneberry (Dulaney), Marlee Paton and Kerry Stoothoff made the second team along with Georgetown's Kelsi Bozel (Notre Dame Prep).

Following is the entire list:

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UMBC lands 6 on All-America East teams

Six UMBC women's lacrosse players were named to America East all-conference teams announced Wednesday.

Jamie Fahey (Loch Raven) and Alicia Krause (Mount Hebron) were named to the first team while Erika Braerman (Fallston), Amanda Pappas (Chesapeake-AA) and C.J. Durham (Chesapeake-AA) made the second team. Kristen Bilney (Mount Hebron) made the all-rookie team.

Two others who played high school lacrosse in the Baltimore are were named to the first team: New Hampshire's Haley Rausch (Severna Park) and Boston U's Corcoran Downey (Mount Hebron).

Albany's Nikki Branchini and Boston U's Danielle Etrasco were named Co-Players of the Year and Vermont freshman Sydney Mas was the Rookie of the Year. Albany coach John Battagliano, whose team is the only one left unbeaten in Division I, was named Coach of the Year.

For the entire team, click here to go to the America East web site.

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May 3, 2011

Blue Jays' McCaffrey, 7 locals named to All-ALC first team

Johns Hopkins attacker Colleen McCaffrey was named to the American Lacrosse Conference first team Tuesday along with seven women who played high school lacrosse in the Baltimore area, including Player of the Year Kitty Cullen, a McDonogh graduate at Florida, and Goalie of the Year Dana Cahill, a Mercy graduate at Penn State.

Florida's Ashley Bruns (Mount Hebron) and Sam Farrell (Florida), Vanderbilt's Ally Carey (John Carroll), Penn State's Maggie Dunbar (St. Paul's) and Ohio State's Alayna Markwordt (Glenelg) were also named to the first team.

The second team included Johns Hopkins players Taylor D'Amore, Alyssa Kildare and Candace Rossi as well as Florida's Haydon Judge (St. Mary's), Vanderbilt's Courtney Kirk (Roland Park), Penn State's Jen Steadman (Century) and Ohio State's Brittney Zerhusen (Century).

Florida's Amanda O'Leary was named Coach of the Year after guiding the Gators to the No. 3 ranking and the top-seeded spot in this week's ALC tournament in only the second year of the program. The Gators (14-2) won 14 straight games and went undefeated in the conference.

 

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April 20, 2011

6 Terps named to All-ACC women's team

Six Maryland players were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference women's lacrosse team announced today.

Karri Ellen Johnson, Sarah Mollison, Laura Merrifield, Katie Schwarzmann, Katie Gallagher and Brittany Dipper earned honors as 15-0 and No. 1 Maryland heads into this weekend's ACC Tournament in Cary, N.C., as the top seed and two-time defending champ. Schwarzmann, a sophomore, was the only underclassman on this year's team.

Johnson, a Broadneck graduate, and Schwarzmann, a Century graduate, were joined on the team by three other local women -- North Carolina's Corey Donohoe (North Harford), Virginia's Julie Gardner (Severna Park) and Virginia Tech's Allie Emala (Bryn Mawr).

Following is the entire team:

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March 24, 2011

Hopkins women looking for upswing after Penn win

The Johns Hopkins women had not beaten a team ranked as high as No. 4 Penn in five years, so their 8-5 victory over the Quakers on Wednesday night rated pretty lofty on coach Janine Tucker’s scale of big wins during the program’s 13 years in Division I.

“It’s way, way up there,” Tucker said. “This is not going to be forgotten.”

In 2006, the Blue Jays upset No. 3 Princeton, 8-7, but in recent years, they have struggled against ranked teams, falling to 20 straight before beating a pair of No. 17s late last season. Penn is their first win over a ranked opponent this spring, having lost one-goal heart-breakers to Princeton and Georgetown.

“Something we talked a lot about over the last year or two is that we’ve been kind of knocking on the door, like we were knocking on the door with Princeton and with Georgetown. We really were looking for that game that was going to help us turn the corner,” Tucker said.

That's pretty important for a team like Hopkins, which has struggled to make a consistent mark in Division I. They made it to the NCAA Tournament three times with just one first-round victory -- in 2007. They haven't been back since.

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March 23, 2011

Some women's teams can't beat a lion of a March day

Ah, spring! Well, maybe you’re happy with the weather if you’re playing lacrosse in Florida.

Further north, March may come in like a lion, and the beast is hanging on. Wednesday's bad weather from Virginia to New York made a mess of the women’s lacrosse schedule, with four games postponed.

Albany at Colgate and American at George Mason were put off before they started due to forecasts of snow and storms, respectively. They will be played April 5.

Two others – Virginia at James Madison and Columbia at Princeton – made it to around halftime before lightning stopped the action. At Princeton, while everyone waited for the storm to pass, snow coated the field, and officials decided it wasn’t playable. Both games will be made up April 27 when, because of NCAA rules, they will start the games over.

A few other games went on in chilly, wet conditions. Johns Hopkins upset Penn at Homewood Field, where it was misty and 45 degrees. Loyola beat UMBC in Catonsville in a rainy 48 degrees. Penn State beat Lafayette in State College, where it was raining and 32 degrees, but fortunately for those teams, the Nittany Lions have an indoor facility, so no one froze.

Maybe the worst weather – Northwestern beat Syracuse at breezy Lakeside Field in Evanston, Ill. on the shore of Lake Michigan, where it was 35 degrees and overcast.

Winner for the best weather – Gainesville, Fla, where the Gators beat Fairfield on a sunny, 78-degree day. No wonder the Gators play 11 of their 16 games at home.

I’ll bet every other team mentioned here would rather have been playing in the warmth of the Sunshine State. Come on, spring!

 

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March 17, 2011

Northwestern women to play in Cowboys Stadium

Northwestern’s No. 2-ranked women’s lacrosse team takes its show to Dallas Saturday for a game against William & Mary in Cowboys Stadium.

The marquee draw in the day-long Dallax event which also features high school games and youth clinics, the Wildcats-Tribe game includes three players who hail from Texas -- Northwestern's Taylor Thornton and the Tribe's Sarah Johnson and Hannah Clark. Sponsored by womenslax.com, Dallax puts the focus on women’s lacrosse in an area where the sport is growing.

“I’d wanted to play a game in the Dallas area because of Taylor Thornton and we have quite a few recruits coming in in the next few years from Texas,” Northwestern coach Kelly Amonte Hiller said, “so I just wanted to get out there and showcase the sport. We like to go into different areas and expose the sport to different areas. The last couple years we’ve played in Southern California and San Diego.”

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Duke's Kimel reaches 200 wins

Duke coach Kerstin Kimel became only the 10th coach in Division I women’s lacrosse history to earn her 200th career victory Wednesday.

Kimel, who was the national Defender of the Year as a player at Maryland in 1993, reached the milestone with an 18-8 win over Virginia Tech. She coached one season at Davidson before taking over the Blue Devils program and is in her 16th season in Durham. She joins Navy’s Cindy Timchal, Notre Dame’s Tracy Coyne, Princeton’s Chris Sailer and Virginia’s Julie Myers as the only active coaches in the 200 club.

"I had no idea whatsoever," Kimel said in a news release. "It was a very nice surprise, and a great way to do it."

The Top Five Active Division I coaches:

Cindy Timchal, Navy/Maryland/Northwestern, 29th season, 387-100

Chris Sailer, Princeton, 25th season, 305-112

Tracy Coyne, Notre Dame/Roanoke/Denison, 24th season, 254-118

Julie Myers, Virginia, 16th season, 228-77

Kerstin Kimel, Duke/Davidson, 17th season, 200-101

 

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March 4, 2011

5 Terps, 2 Hounds on women's Tewaaraton watch list

Five Maryland players and two from Loyola have been named to the 2011 Tewaaraton Award women's watch list as announced by the Greater Washington Sports Alliance.

Terrapins Brittany Dipper, Karri Ellen Johnson, Laura Merrifield, Sarah Mollison and Katie Schwarzmann along with Greyhounds Grace Gavin and Abby Rehfuss made the initial list of 48 women nominated for the 11th annual Tewaaraton Award, honoring the top women’s player in the college game.

The list includes three former Baltimore Sun All-Metro Players of the Year: Schwarzmann (Century), North Carolina’s Corey Donohoe (North Harford) and Vanderbilt’s Ally Carey (John Carroll). It will be whittled down three times during the year and a few players are sometimes added.

Last year’s winner, Caitlyn McFadden, was the second Terrapins player to take the women's award following Jen Adams, who won the first Tewaaraton in 2001.

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February 19, 2011

Loyola vs. UVa: How windy was it?

If you were outside watching a lacrosse game Saturday, you know what nearly 50 mph wind gusts feel like. They can blow you off balance and they're certainly strong enough to affect the trajectory of a lacrosse ball.

Did you know they could affect the goal too?

At the Loyola-Virginia women's game at Ridley Athletic Complex -- which is on a hill where nothing blocks the wind -- a gust blew one of the goal cages off kilter. Virginia goalie Kim Kolarik and an official had to move the cage back into place.

"I tried to move those cages the other day. They are heavy," Virginia coach Julie Myers said. "I was winded. Then to see it go. Wow."

Myers said the players were careful to shorten passes to keep the ball from sailing away on a tailwind, but as long as the cage stayed put, wind wasn't a huge factor in the game. Tthe variable winds affected both teams, of course, in Loyola's 15-8 victory.

"It was strong," Cavaliers' attacker Julie Gardner said. "There were times when there would be a huge gust. (Laughs) Hold the ball. Don't go."

 

 

 

 

 

 

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February 16, 2011

Virginia to retire Yeardley Love's number

Virginia will retire the No. 1 worn by Yeardley Love before its home opener on March 6 in Charlottesville. Love, the Virginia midfielder and Notre Dame Prep graduate, died last spring after she was assaulted in her off-campus apartment. Her ex-boyfriend, a Cavaliers' men's lacrosse player, has been charged with her murder.

Love's number will be retired in a ceremony to begin 10 minutes before the Cavaliers' 1 p.m. game with Penn State at Klockner Stadium.

"I hope our fans can attend and join all of us -- our team, Yeardley's closest friends and her family -- as we remember and honor her," Virginia coach Julie Myers said in a new release. "Yeardley's presence and influence on all of us will be forever cherished and held deep in our hearts."

Notre Dame Prep will also honor Love by building Yeardley Reynolds Love Field, a new artificial turf field. A scholarship at the Catholic school in Towson is also being endowed in her memory.

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February 14, 2011

Loyola to host 2013 Big East women's championships

The Big East women's lacrosse championship will come to Loyola's Ridley Athletic Complex in 2013. The conference semifinals and championship to be held May 2 and 4 will be the first Big East postseason event held at the 6,000-seat Ridley complex, which opened last spring.

“It is an honor to be selected to host the Big East Women’s Lacrosse championship in 2013,” Loyola Vice President and Director of Athletics Jim Paquette said in a news release. “We are humbled to be chosen and are excited to showcase Baltimore and the Ridley Athletic Complex as a first-rate lacrosse venue worthy of this tournament.”

In the meantime, Georgetown hosts the 2011 championships and Syracuse hosts the 2012 championships at the Carrier Dome.

 

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August 30, 2010

Northwestern's Munday named Mount St. Mary's women's coach

Lindsey Munday, a former standout player at Northwestern and a Wildcats assistant coach for the past four years, was named the head women's lacrosse coach at Mount St. Mary's on Monday.

After helping the Wildcats win the first two of their five straight NCAA Division I titles as a high-scoring attacker, Munday moved right into the coaching ranks. She helped head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller with an offense that ranked among the highest scoring in the nation during her four years as assistant coach.

"Lindsey's experience as an elite player and successful Division I coach perfectly position her to guide our program,"  Mount St. Mary's Director of Athletics Lynne P. Robinson said in a news release.

"She brings a national presence along with great talent and experience and exemplifies the formation of character we try to instill in our athletes," Dr. Thomas Powell, president of Mount St. Mary's said. "I am confident this dynamic coach will take us to the next level and bring home a national championship."

Munday is a veteran of the United States team that won the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup championship. She led the U.S. in scoring with 17 goals and 20 assists and was named to the All-World Cup team. In 2005, she had a hand in bouncing Mount St. Mary's from its last NCAA tournament when her two goals and four assists sparked the Wildcats to a 16-3 opening-round victory.

"Lindsey is a tremendous coaching talent," Amonte Hiller said in a news release. "It is exciting to see her get an opportunity like this."

Munday, who inherits a team that was 8-9 last season, is the seventh head coach in Mountaineers' women's lacrosse history. She succeeds Sonia LaMonica, who took the head coaching job at Towson University earlier this summer.

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May 14, 2010

Terps women take the big three ACC honors

Maryland won all three Atlantic Coast Conference women's lacrosse individual honors as Catilyn McFadden was named Player of the Year, Katie Schwarzmann, Freshman of the Year, and Cathy Reese shared Coach of the Year.

McFadden snared Player of the Year honors for a second straight season, adding to a superb resume that also includes national Midfielder of the Year in 2009 and two selections each as a Tewaaraton Trophy finalist, an All-American and the ACC Tournament MVP. The Notre Dame Prep graduate, a senior midfielder who played on the gold-medal winning U.S. World Cup team last summer, has scored at least one point in 44 straight games, the nation's 11th longest active streak.

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May 12, 2010

Women's Tewaaraton finalists announced

Two local women were among the five finalists named Wednesday for the 2010 Tewaaraton Award for women's lacrosse -- Maryland's Caitlyn McFadden, a Notre Dame Prep graduate, and Virginia's Brittany Kalkstein, a Roland Park graduate.

The other finalists were Penn's Ali DeLuca, Northwestern's Katrina Dowd and North Carolina's Jenn Russell.

McFadden, a repeat finalist and last year's national midfielder of the year, is a versatile senior ranking in the top three on a balanced No. 1 Terrapins team in goals, assists, points, ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers. The two-time Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year, she is also a two-time ACC tournament Most Valuable Player. The Phoenix resident has the 11th-longest point-scoring streak in the nation at 44 games.

Kalkstein, an All-ACC selection this spring, is also a versatile senior midfielder, but she is perhaps best known for her ability to control the draws. She won 90 this season, breaking her own single-season school record and moving into third nationally. She also holds the school and conference career records with 280, fourth in NCAA history. Kalkstein leads the No. 6 Cavaliers in goals and is second in points, ground balls and caused turnovers.

The Tewaaraton Award, the premier award in college women's lacrosse, will be presented June 3 at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.

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May 5, 2010

U.Va. women's team looks for 'normalcy'

Virginia women’s lacrosse coach Julie Myers spoke to The Daily Progress of Charlottesville on Tuesday about the Cavaliers’ decision to continue their season after the killing of senior Yeardley Love.

Myers told The Daily Progress that Love, a Notre Dame Prep graduate and Cockeysville native, was “one of the most amazing people you could ever meet, and that’s the God’s honest truth.”

“We all have unbelievable sorrow and saddness — this void in our hearts,” Myers said. “But we do feel it’s important for us to try and have a little normalcy in our day and structure to our lives, and obviously, lacrosse can add to our healing.

Jim Daves, Virginia’s assistant athletics director for media relations, told Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus that the continuation of the Cavaliers’ season came with the blessing of Love’s family.

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