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“2013 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championships”: #2 Northwestern Women’s Lacrosse Falls To #3 North Carolina 11-4 In Semifinals On May 24
NCAA Lacrosse: Redlands Women’s Lacrosse Defeated Chapman 10-5 In SCIAC Tournamant Championship On May 4; Earns “At-Large Bid” To “2013 NCAA Div III Women’s Lacrosse Championships” And Hosts Augustana On May 8
Equipped with a 15-4 overall record and the 2013 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) regular-season and tournament titles, the University of Redlands women’s lacrosse team garnered an at-large berth to the NCAA Division III Championships as the host of a first-round game against Augustana College (IL). The Bulldogs welcome the Vikings to Farquhar Field on Wed., May 8, for a 7 p.m. game.
The Bulldogs make their third consecutive appearance at the NCAA Division III Championships, following last season’s historical run that included the program’s inaugural NCAA tournament victory.
On Feb. 21, Redlands knocked off Augustana in the Vikings’ season-opener by a score of 18-6. The Bulldogs led wire-to-wire after rattling off seven unanswered goals to start the game. Senior attack player Aimee Dewan (Alamo, CA), junior midfielder KK McCaslin (Portland, OR), and freshman midfielder Stephanie Garrett (San Diego, CA) led the onslaught with two goals apiece during the opening 20 minutes.
In only its third year of varsity competition, Augustana punched its inaugural ticket to the NCAA Championships by winning the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference Tournament in a frenetic 10-9 win over North Central College (IL) on Saturday. The Vikings held off a late push by the opponents to hold on for the championship and the automatic bid while recording their 13th triumph in a row.
Augustana also captured the regular-season title with an 8-0 run through the MWLC during the Vikings’ first season in the league.
NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Penn Women’s Lacrosse 10-7 Win Over Dartmouth On May 5 To Capture 2013 Ivy League Tournament Title
History did not repeat itself. Much like it did last year, Penn opened up an early lead on Dartmouth in the Ivy League Tournament championship game. Unlike 2012, Penn did not allow the Big Green to come back in the game, putting the clamps on Dartmouth’s secondary scoring in a 10-7 win to claim the school’s second Ivy League Tournament championship and earn an automatic bid to Penn’s seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament.
The Class of 2013 opened its Penn careers with an Ivy Tournament crown, and members of that group were instrumental in the win. Caroline Bunting had four goals, tying her career high and leading all Penn players in the game. She was 2-for-2 on free positions, part of a dominant day on the line for the Quakers. Fellow seniors Maddie Poplawski (two goals) and Meredith Cain (one goal, one assist) saw to it that the Class of 2013 accounted for 75% of Penn’s scoring in the game.
Penn was aggressive in the attack zone all game long, drawing 29 fouls from the Big Green and earning six free position attempts. Penn was good on five of those six eight-meter attempts, including 3-for-4 in the first half.
NCAA Lacrosse: Marquette Women’s Lacrosse Picks Up Program’s First Win In 12-11 Overtime Victory Over Coastal Carolina On February 17
NCAA Lacrosse: Notre Dame Women’s Lacrosse Opens 2013 Season With 12-10 Second Half “Comeback Win” Over Stanford On February 16
NCAA Lacrosse: USC Women’s Lacrosse Junior Middie Elizabeth Eddy (Newport Harbor H.S., CA) Is A Two-Sport Student-Athlete (Video)
USC junior Elizabeth Eddy has doubled down on her athletic commitments and joined the women’s lacrosse team to go along with continuing to play women’s soccer. While Eddy is developing her stick skills, head coach Lindsey Munday is thrilled to incorporate her athleticism and leadership into the team.
NCAA Lacrosse: Stanford Women’s Lacrosse Looks To Reclaim MPSF Championship And Return To NCAA Tournament In 2013 As It Returns 16 Players
Stanford finished 8-10 and, for the first time in eight years, was not the MPSF champion, falling to Oregon in the conference title match, 13-10.
Don’t expect Stanford to dwell on the past. The adversity produced a 2013 team that is loaded with experience and prepared to prove itself as one of the nation’s elite teams.
“Our team is really excited about the season ahead, we did not accomplish our goals that season and that has left us very hungry for the start of a new season,” said head coach Amy Bokker, who enters her fifth season with the Cardinal. “An MPSF championship is a goal of ours this year. Also, with the expansion of the NCAA bracket, that’s something we really want to focus on, getting back in the NCAA tournament.”
“Our two seniors bring a lot to the table as far as being vocal and helping organize on the field,” Bokker said. “Both of our seniors are even-keel and have balanced personalities. That’s something our team really needs in times of adversity on the field, in times of high-pressure situations.”
Kim missed seven games for Stanford in 2012 but managed to record 25 goals in just 11 games.
The Cardinal also boasts a talented junior class to help lead a team that includes 18 underclassmen.
“Our junior class is strong and many of them have been involved since their freshman year as far as playing time is involved,” said Bokker. “They’re going to be a huge help to our two seniors.”
Stanford will again embark on a challenging non conference schedule with games against NCAA Tournament regulars Notre Dame, Ohio State, Georgetown and defending national champion Northwestern.
“We want to challenge ourselves with a tough schedule,” said Bokker. “Opening with Notre Dame, we’ll have a true test right away. We’re really putting ourselves up against a high level of competition. It’ll give us a chance to see where we are and what it takes to compete at that level if we do get into the NCAA Tournament.”
Stanford also will have to navigate an increasingly talented and growing MPSF that adds USC this season.
Stanford will get its chance to avenge its MPSF championship loss when it hosts Oregon toward the end of its regular season on April 19, in a match that will likely have seeding implications.
As the season approaches, Bokker is confident in her team’s preparation and believes in the team’s potential for a successful season.
“I really praise the work ethic of our team in general,” Bokker said. “They’re on a mission and have really taken it upon themselves to bring the energy and have the discipline to do what it takes to be a championship team. Our team wants to win a national championship. That’s a goal we have for ourselves, along with a conference championship.
“Our team puts high standards on itself but I feel those can be accomplished if we stay focused.”
The attack will be led by junior Rachel Ozer and sophomores Emily Newstrom, Kyle Fraser and Meredith Kalinowski. Ozer played in just five matches in 2012 but is expected to be a major contributor this season after recording 15 goals and nine assists in a full 2011.
Newstrom, Fraser and Kalinowski all finished in the top 10 in points for Stanford as freshmen last season. Newstrom led the group and was second overall for the Cardinal scoring 28 goals with four assists for a total of 32 points. Fraser (20-6) and Kalinowski (5-0) posted 26 and 5 points, respectively.
Kim missed seven games of the 2012 season but managed to finish third on the team in points racking up 25 goals and adding two assists in just 11 games. Farr had an outstanding freshman campaign, recording 23 goals and four assists.
The backline will likely be headed by seniors Elizabeth Adam and Carolyn Bradley. They will be joined by junior Megan Lerner and sophomore Rachel Kalick. Freshmen Hannah Smith, Cyerra Holmes and Callie Farmakis are expected to contribute as well.
All-MPSF selection Lyndsey Munoz will guard the cage for the majority of Stanford’s season. The junior has been solid for the Cardinal in net and, according to Bokker, has improved out of the net as well.
“Lyndsey has done a great job as our stopper,” Bokker said. “She has really worked hard on her out-of-the-cage play, trying to mix it up from the defensive perspective.
Freshman Katie Wiseman had a strong showing in the preseason and provides the Cardinal with reliable depth.
Stanford opens its season at home against No. 9 Notre Dame at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16 at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. Admission to all regular season home matches is free.