The IWLCA, the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association, announced its annual ZAG Sports Academic Honor Squad lists this past week for the 2019 season. This list includes teams from NCAA Division I, II, and III as well as the NAIA. To qualify, a team must have a 3.0 GPA or higher for the 2018-19 academic year. The Lawrence Technological University women’s lacrosse team was one of the 312 teams to achieve this honor.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Following a 10-8 season, The Lawrence Technological University women’s lacrosse team maintained their 7th overall place from the last Coaches' Top 10 Poll into the post season final rating of the season. The Blue Devils received 69 points in the final poll of the 2019 season.
With another national invite berth under their belt, the Lawrence Technological University women’s lacrosse team announces their 2019 recruiting class. With a range of abilities for the five recruits, Katelyn Waligora, Phoebe Xiao Chan Sawicki, Jaisanna Jarvis, Gabi Mitchell and Sydney Lincoln make up the incoming Freshmen of the Class of 2023 for Women's Lacrosse.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Following a completion of both of their 2019 campaigns in the first round of NAIA Nationals, three Blue Devils, one from the men’s program and two from the women’s were named to the 2019 Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athlete. Alex Schlueter was one of 35 student-athletes from the men’s side to make the list. Anna Gagnon and Katja Nuler were among 63 student-athletes to be named.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Lawrence Technological University women’s lacrosse team fell in the NAIA National Lacrosse Invitational quarterfinal against the NO. 1 team in the country, SCAD, 22-10, concluding their 2019 season.