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Endicott Women's Lacrosse Program Snapshot

The 2017 Endicott women's lacrosse team posing with their CCC Championship trophy

Conference Affiliations 

NCAA Division III
Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) -
Endicott, Curry, Gordon, Nichols, Roger Williams, Salve Regina, University of New England, Wentworth, Western New England

Athletic and Academic Accomplishments

Overview

Overall Program Record: 250-160 (.610)
Conference-Only Record: 142-52 (.732)
Conference Championships: 12 (2006-14, 2017-19)
NCAA Tournament Appearances: 12 (2006-14, 2017-19)
Best NCAA Tournament Finish: Second Round (2013-14)
ECAC Tournament Appearances/Championships: 2/0

Athletic Awards

Major Conference Award Winners: 21...Offensive Player of the Year (6), Defensive Player of the Year (7), Rookie of the Year (2), Coach of the Year (5), Senior Scholar Athlete (1)
All-Conference: 123
All-Region Award Winners: 46

Academic Awards

Academic All-Conference (3.30+ GPA from 2011-12 to present, 3.50+ GPA prior to 2011-12): 67
CoSIDA Capitol One Academic All-America: 1 (Holly Davis, 2013, Second Team)
Endicott Academic Varsity Club (3.50+ GPA): 79
Endicott Hall of Fame Inductees: 1

Endicott Student-Athlete Ceremony Awards

All-Endicott Team: 1 (Kristin Hagerman, 2002)
Student-Athlete Community Service Award: Lauren Todd, 2011)
Co-Female Athlete of the Year: 2 (Morgan DeShaw, 2011, Holly Davis, 2012)
Female Student-Athlete of the Year: 2 (Holly Davis, 2013; Chelsea Burke, 2017)

Program Records

Most Career Points: 345 (225g, 120a), Valerie Feldman (2007-10)
Most Career Goals: 225 (Valerie Feldman, 2007-10)
Most Career Assists: 120 (Valerie Feldman, 2007-10)
Most Career Ground Balls: 249 (Emily Judd, 2005-08)
Most Career Draw Controls: 304 (Holly Davis, 2010-2013)
Most Career Caused Turnovers: 136 (Emily Judd, 2005-08)
Most Career Saves: 711 (Allison Cummings, 1997-00)
Most Career Wins: 44 (Leah Neff, 2009-12)

Page last updated: 05/15/19