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Women's Lacrosse

Ashley Dodge captures region honors

For the second consecutive year, Marymount senior goalkeeper, Ashley Dodge, has been named to the IWLCA's Second Team Boardwalk Region in women's lacrosse. 

She adds this honor to her place on the Capital Athletic Conference First Team.  (See story immediately below this.)

Ashley Dodge and Stephanie Flood win All CAC honors

Senior goalkeeper Ashley Dodge won First Team All Capital Athletic Conference honors and freshman Stephanie Flood made the Second Team in women's lacrosse.

This is Dodge's second time on an all conference team, moving up from the second team a year ago.  She led the conference this season in saves per game with 11.14 per contest.  She is now in third place among MU goalies, with 276 career saves. 

Dodge had a .429 save percentage for the 2010 season, facing 471 shots from opponents.  In 2009, she was named to the All Region team in addition to her all conference honors.

Flood, who also played soccer during her freshman season, was the third leading scorer on the team from her defender position. 

She ended her rookie season with 20 goals and two assists for a total of 22 points.  She also had 38 ground balls, 16 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers in all 14 of the Saints' games in 2010. 

 

 

Senior Sara Horne was the winner of the 2010 Coach's Award in women's lacrosse.  She is shown here with head coach Jamie Reynolds. 

Senior Maria Eiden won the 2010 Dr. Linda McMahon Female Scholar Athlete of the Year award.  She is shown here with Dr. McMahon. 

To view pictures from the Alumni Game, please click here:  Marymount Alumni Game (Sept. 26)

Saints run in Marymount 5K challenge

The Saints are still smiling after they completed the Marymount 5K Challenge as part of Homecoming 2009 activities. 

MU's Lori Renner is the featured athlete on the CAC website

To read about her, please click here.

Congratulations to our 2008-09 CAC Scholar Athletes!

Kathleen Brown

Maria Eiden

SpringAnne Hatfield

Laura Raymer

Lori Renner

Angela Saunders

Dodge named to All Regional Team

Junior Ashley Dodge was named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) regional team at the goalkeeping position.  She is the second women's lacrosse player in MU history to make a regional team.

Dodge, who was also a Second Team All CAC selection this spring, was named to the Second Team Chesapeake Region Team as voted by the coaching members of IWLCA.

Dodge led the Capital Athletic Conference in save percentage (.505) and saves per game (11.64) for the 2009 season.  She recorded 22 saves in the Salisbury game which placed her sixth all time for single games among MU goalies.  She had 163 saves for the season. 

Hatfield, Dodge earn All CAC honors

   

Senior SpringAnne Hatfield and junior Ashley Dodge each won Second Team All Capital Athletic Conference honors in women's lacrosse.  For Hatfield, this is the third conference award in three years of playing lacrosse at Marymount.  Dodge, a transfer to Marymount this year, won her first All CAC award this season.

Hatfield, an attack, was the conference Rookie of the Year in 2006 and was a First Team honoree last season.  She led the team in scoring this season with 42 points -- 37 goals and five assist.  She was seventh in the CAC in goals per game. 

Hatfield ended her career at Marymount as its all-time leading goal and point scorer.  In three seasons with the Saints she tallied 161 goals and had 215 total points.  She also holds the MU records for season goals, assists and points and for single game goals and points.

Dodge ended her 2009 season leading the conference in save percentage (.505) and saves per game (11.64).  Her 163 saves this year, places her ninth on MU's all-time list for saves in a season.  She had 22 saves against Salisbury, which places her sixth on the single-game save list at Marymount. 

 

 

 

 

 

Women's lacrosse names End of Season Awards

Head coach Jamie Reynolds announced the 2009 season awards for women's lacrosse.  They included Most Valuable Player, junior Sara Horne; True Spirit of the Game, sophomore Lori Renner; and, Most Improved, freshman Candice Dangora.  They appear below.

       

Maria Eiden, shown here with head coach Jamie Reynolds, was the winner of the 2009 Coach's Award for women's lacrosse.

New athletic field on tap for Saints

With the agreement of the Arlington County Board on March 14, Marymount soccer and lacrosse field will have a permanent home field at Long Bridge Park, also known at North Tract, north of Crystal City in Arlington.

The field will be part of the four, slated for this site and will be synthetic-turf.  Marymount will share the cost for this with the country and its teams will have first priority for games and practices.

(To see the complete article that ran in the Sun Gazette newspapers, please click here.)

Congratulations to the 2009 Women's Lacrosse team with a Fall 2008 GPA of 3.01.

 

Anna Sody became just the second person in MU athletic history to win an NCAA statistical championship.  She led NCAA Division III in draw controls for the 2008 season, with 7.56 per game.  She was presented her award by Athletic Director Bill Finney.

Congratulations to Coach Jamie Reynolds on her completion of the Marine Corps Marathon in 3:59.45 on October 26.

Women's lax alums played the current team on Homecoming 2008 and then they all got together for a picture and a picnic. 

Congratulations to:

SpringAnne Hatfield -- First Team All Capital Athletic Conference

Anna Sody -- Second Team All Capital Athletic Conference, NCAA, DIII National Statistical Leader in Draw Controls

Members of the 2009 team were on hand at the Volleyball "Dig Pink" event to help support breast cancer research.  The team will sponsor "Daffodil Days" in the spring to raise money also for cancer research. 

The 2007-08 team at Great Falls, Virginia following a hike.

 

Directions to Home Field:

Wakefield HS:  From main campus, go left on Glebe, right on 26th Street, left on George Mason Drive.  Stay on George Mason for approximately five miles.  Go left on Columbus which becomes Chersterfield.  The school and field are on the right.

 

Washington-Lee HS:  From main campus, go left on Glebe, left on Washington Boulevard and left on Stafford Street.  The field will be on the right. 

Word of Grace Field, 13832 Redskin Drive, Herndon: From the main campus go right on Glebe, left on Rock Spring Drive, right on Old Dominion, left a Dolley Madison Blvd, take ramp to Dulles Airport/I495 North, merge onto VA-267 (toll road --12.8 miles), take exit 9A to merge onto Sully Road (VA-28S). Exit onto Mclearen Road (VA-668E), turn left at Towerview Road and left at Redskin Drive.

 

 

 

 

Schedule & results

Results

CAC Quarterfinals

April 17

St.Mary's 17

SAINTS 10

Next game:

Season complete

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Links

IWLCA
LaxPower
US Lacrosse