Seniors Kelsey Branch and Karisa Carroll represented the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team as the pair was selected as scholar-athletes by the Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association.
St. Marys College of Marylands Lauren Carrier and Allie Zerhusen were both selected to play in the 2009 Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association/Under Armour Division III North/South Senior All-Star Game as announced by the IWLCA over the weekend.
Lauren Carrier was the lone representative for the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team on the 2009 Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association/US Lacrosse All-America teams as announced by the IWLCA Wednesday afternoon.
Lauren Carrier headlined a group of four St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse players named to the 2009 Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Chesapeake Region teams as announced by the IWLCA Thursday afternoon.
Lauren Carrier was voted by the Capital Athletic Conference coaches as the 2009 CAC Player of the Year following Mondays announcement by conference commissioner, Tom Byrnes, of this years all-conference teams. St. Marys had five players receive either a first- or second-team nod.
Lauren Carrier, a member of the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team, picked up the final 2008-09 St. Marys Athlete of the Month selection as Carrier received the honor for the month of April as voted on by the Department of Athletics and Recreation. The senior captain led the Seahawks to a 3-2 record (2-1 CAC) in the month of April.
The third-seeded University of Mary Washington womens lacrosse team posted a 23-17 victory over second-seeded and No. 19 St. Marys College of Maryland Tuesday afternoon to advance to Fridays Capital Athletic Conference championship game.
With her five-goal, one-assist performance Wednesday afternoon, senior midfielder Lauren Carrier became the schools all-time leader in both goals and points as Carrier led the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team to a 14-9 non-conference victory over Christopher Newport University on Senior Day.
The St. Mary's College of Maryland women's lacrosse squad moved up one spot in the Week 9 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA)/Under Armour Division III Poll released yesterday.
Senior midfielder Lauren Carrier matched her season-high with six goals as the 19th-ranked St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team finished the Capital Athletic Conference regular-season with a 16-9 victory over Stevenson University on a wet Saturday afternoon.
The 19th-ranked St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team rebounded from their back-to-back losses with a dominating 19-6 Capital Athletic Conference victory over Marymount (Va.) University Tuesday afternoon on Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day.
The 18th-ranked St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team faced its second top-five team in less than a week as the Seahawks suffered a 20-8 Capital Athletic Conference setback at the hands of No. 1 Salisbury University Saturday afternoon.
When the April 6 edition of Sports Illustrated hits newsstands next week, you will spot a familiar face as you flip through the magazine as senior midfielder Lauren Carrier of the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team is one of six athletes featured in SIs Faces in the Crowd.
On Monday afternoon, the Capital Athletic Conference bestowed upon St. Marys College of Marylands Lauren Carrier her second womens lacrosse player-of-the-week selection of the season as conference commissioner, Tom Byrnes, announced her as the winner for the week ending March 29.
No. 4 The College of New Jersey womens lacrosse team scored 11 goals in the second half to break open a 7-5 contest en route to an 18-8 non-conference victory over No. 17 St. Marys College of Maryland Sunday afternoon. Sophomore midfielder Leigh Mitchell tallied a career-high seven goals and nine points as the Lions remained undefeated on the season with a 6-0 mark.
Draw control dominance by the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team and a game-high five goals by senior midfielder Lauren Carrier propelled the No. 17 Seahawks to a 14-11 Capital Athletic Conference victory over No. 19 University of Mary Washington on a cold, rainy Thursday afternoon.
Junior attacker Nora Fallon-Oben and freshman midfielder Laura Leigh Cooper combined for 13 points in No. 17 St. Marys College of Marylands 22-7 rout of Hood College in Capital Athletic Conference action Tuesday afternoon.
Senior attacker Emily Norris tallied five goals in leading the No. 16 St. Mary's College of Maryland women's lacrosse team to a decisive 16-5 Capital Athletic Conference win over host York College of Pennsylvania Saturday afternoon.
The 13th-ranked Catholic University womens lacrosse team extended its win streak to five games in a row as the Cardinals notched a 16-11 victory over No. 16 St. Marys College of Maryland Wednesday afternoon in non-conference action.
The St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team remained at No. 16 for the second consecutive week in the Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Division III Poll (Week 5).
Lauren Carrier saw the space she was looking for late in the first half.
Face-guarded for most of the first stanza by a Washington College defender, Carrier utilized a pick by one of her St. Mary's (Md.) teammates and broke free in front of the goal. She collected a pass from Kelsey Branch and beat the goalie to give the Seahawks a 6-3 lead.
And make history.
Four goals by senior midfielder Allie Zerhusen lifted the No. 16 St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team to a 13-7 victory over Virginia Wesleyan College in non-conference action Saturday afternoon.
An 8-0 run in the second half helped the 15th-ranked St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team overcome a two-goal deficit to notch a 14-9 non-conference victory over Roanoke College Tuesday afternoon.
For the second straight week, a St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse player has been selected as the Capital Athletic Conference Womens Lacrosse Player-of-the-Week as senior Allie Zerhusen earned the honor for the week ending March 8 as announced by conference commissioner, Tom Byrnes, Monday afternoon.
Despite having won five straight games since dropping their season-opener, the St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team fell one spot to No. 16 in this weeks Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Division III Poll (Week 4).
Senior midfielder Allie Zerhusen netted the game-winner with 28 seconds left in regulation to give the 15th-ranked St. Marys College of Maryland womens lacrosse team an 11-10 non-conference victory over McDaniel College Sunday afternoon.
The 15th-ranked St. Mary's College of Maryland women's lacrosse team (3-1) will take on McDaniel College (2-0) tomorrow at 1:00 in Seahawk Stadium on PINK OUT DAY. Tomorrow's game is the inaugural Breast Cancer Awareness Lacrosse Game and the Seahawks are hoping to PINK OUT all of Seahawk Stadium.