Looking Back on the 2009-10 Season
June 9, 2010
EASTON, Pa. - With the 2009-10 season having come to a close, GoLeopards.com took a look at this past year's achievements and honors.
The golf team captured its first Patriot League Championship title and competed in the NCAA East Regionals.
Field hockey and men's basketball advanced to the Patriot League championship games, while the men's soccer team made its eighth-straight Patriot League Tournament appearance and the men's lacrosse team made its Patriot League Tournament debut.
Men's soccer goalie Philip Nelson and field hockey goalkeeper Kelsey Andersen were awarded Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year honors in their respective sports. Golfer Rob Robertson and men's lacrosse Steve Sterling were tabbed Player of the Year while freshman women's lacrosse player Addie Godfrey was named Rookie of the Year.
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