Nyack College Women's Lacrosse Season Recap

Nyack College Women's Lacrosse Season Recap

This year was a growing experience for the women's lacrosse team as they stretched to reach new heights and build the program up to the next level. The Warriors finished the season with an overall record of 3-13 this year, slowly working up from their record of 2-14 the previous year. Throughout the season the team grew in skills and knowledge, coming together as a team to improve. The Warriors received the CACC sportsmanship award at the end of the season as they were recognized for their fair play and hard work on and off the field.

In addition to whole team accomplishments, there were many individual player achievements this year. Junior Julianna Kranes was named honorable mention on the CACC weekly honor roll. Freshman, Melissa Clappsdale was recognized as the Rookie of the Week and honorable mention multiple times this year in the CACC weekly honor roll. She also was voted the conference's Rookie of the Year, was named second team all conference, and ended 3rd in all of the NCAA Division 2 in draw controls per game. Senior Victoria Silvers was voted Player of the Week and honorable mention numerous times in the Weekly Honor Roll. She also scored her 200th goal this season, ending the year with 201 total career goals. She broke the school record for career assists, points, and ground balls and ended the season 6th in the CACC and 13th in the NCAA Division II overall for points per game.