Event will take place in Czech Republic on Aug. 6-15
Lafayette looks to make consecutive appearances in the Patriot League Tournament
Denning leads the way with a perfect 4.0 in her inaugural semester
Godfrey's free-position attempt sails wide in final seconds
Lafayette will take on top-seeded Navy on Friday at 5 p.m.
Photos by Rick Smith
Lafayette Women's Lacrosse
Lafayette 14, Bucknell 11
Lafayette 17, SDSU 14
Lafayette 15, Monmouth 9
2013: Started in all 18 games for the Leopards in her final season on College Hill...Fourth on the team in scoring with 27 goals and seven assists for 34 points...Picked up 20 ground balls and caused 10 turnovers on the year...Scored in every game but two...Notched a hat trick in the season-opener against Marist (2/16)...Netted a season-high five goals against Monmouth (3/5)...Posted her second hat trick of the season with three goals in the 16-6 win over Wagner (3/13)...Picked up two assists and a goal against Davidson (3/26)...Tallied a season-high three ground balls in back-to-back games against Liberty (2/24) and Columbia (2/27).
2012: Started in all 17 games as a junior...third on the team in points (37) and goals (29)...ranked third in assists (8)...took 59 shots with 47 of them being on goal, both third-best on the Leopards...averaged 2.18 points per game and 1.71 goals per game...tallied both a goal and an assist in the season opener against Liberty (2/18)...recorded her first multi-goal performance of the season at Wagner (2/22)...scored and also scooped up two ground balls to help Lafayette take home a victory at Marist (3/1)...recorded her fifth career hat trick versus Temple (3/1)...scored a career-high five goals in a 17-16 victory over Duquesne (3/10)...found the back of the net three times against Davidson (3/14)...recorded two goals, an assist and also picked up a ground ball versus Lehigh (3/24)...put home three goals versus San Diego State (3/28)...finished the season off by recording her fourth hat trick of the year while scooping up three ground balls at Holy Cross (4/21)
2011: Played and started in all 16 games...third on the team in points (31) and goals (25)...third on the team with 20 draw controls...tied for third with six assists...fifth on the squad with 23 ground balls...took 69 shots, including 50 on goal, both ranked third on the team...scored three times and collected three ground balls in the season opener vs. Marist (2/23)...scored three goals against Monmouth (3/2)...netted a hat trick, including the game winner, grabbed two ground balls and had four draw controls in the win over Davidson (3/5)...scored a pair of goals, added three assists, had two ground balls and four draw controls at Penn State (3/23)...had career-highs of four goals and five draw controls at Temple (3/29)...found the back of the net twice and scooped up three ground balls vs. Columbia (4/13)...scored two goals in the win over Villanova (4/20)...had two tallies in the season finale vs. Holy Cross (4/23).
2010:Appeared in 16 games, including 11 starts...finished the season with six goals and five assists for 11 points...won 16 draw controls and had eight ground balls...had an assist in the season opener against St. Joseph's (2/20)...scored a goal against Temple (2/27)...scored three goals against Manhattan (3/31)...had four draw controls against Colgate (4/9)...contributed three assists at Sacred Heart (4/14).
At Harriton:Scored 87 goals, 46 assists, had 89 draw controls and picked up 178 ground balls in her junior and senior seasons...named a First Team All-Central League player and to the First Team All-Main Line as a junior and senior...honored as First Team All-Del Val player as a junior...helped lead team to a league championship during her junior season...Harriton Lacrosse Player of the Year as a junior...three-year member of Ultimate Goal Lacrosse...holds 10 varsity letters in basketball, lacrosse, soccer and field hockey...received Principals Award as a senior...recipient of National Army Scholar Athlete Award...Lee Scott Rubin Athlete of the Year and Harriton High School Athlete of the Year in 2009...Triangle Club Scholar Athlete following her senior year...also attended the Pennsylvania Governors School of Excellence.