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Tracy Wright Klugerman

Lacrosse (Inducted: 1994-95)


Tracy  Wright Klugerman

Tracy Klugerman is one of the most distinguished lacrosse and field hockey players in Lafayette history. She currently owns four school lacrosse records including career points (300), career assists (112), single-season points (105, 1988) and single-season assists (55, 1988). She also ranks third with 188 career goals.

Wright Klugerman's finest season was 1988 when she tallied 50 goals and 55 assists as the Leopards posted a school-record 17 wins and advanced to the NCAA semi-finals. In addition to being named the team's MVP, she was named to the U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association's First Team All-America squad. In the fall, Wright Klugerman was a four time All-East Coast Conference field hockey selection and earned All-Mideast region accolades in three seasons. She owns the second highest career assists total (19) in school history and ranks fifth among Lafayette's career field hockey scoring leaders with 69 points. The Morton, PA native scored in each of the Leopards' three ECC tournament victories in 1987 when the team claimed the first conference title in school history.