Four PSU Womens Lacrosse players named All-LEC
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – Four members of the Plymouth State University women’s lacrosse team were honored Tuesday with selections to the All-Little East Conference team for the 2010 season.
Senior Kalie Judd (Peabody, Mass.) and sophomore Brianna Davis (Framingham, Mass.) represented PSU on the All-LEC First Team, and seniors Kerry D’Ambroise (Lowell, Mass.) and Morgan Lemmon (Gilford, N.H./Bishop Brady) were Second Team selections. Judd becomes a three-time All-LEC First Team honoree while Davis moves up from Second Team last year to First Team this spring. The other two are first-time All-LEC selections.
Davis (near right) and Judd (far right) have given PSU a 1-2 punch on offense this season, Davis with 49 goals, 14 assists and 63 points and Judd right behind with 38 goals, 24 assists and 62 points. Judd has also been a superb midfield player, recording 85 draw controls, 58 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers. Davis has also collected 30 draw controls and 22 ground balls from her attack position.
The top Panther duo is among the Little East leaders in several categories. Both are in the LEC top 10 in goals, assists and points, and Judd tops the conference in draw controls (85) and ground balls (58) while Davis is the leader in game-winning goals (4). Judd is also ranked fourth in the NCAA Division III in draw controls.
D’Ambroise (far left) has also been a solid all-around performer for the Panthers. The speedy midfielder contributed 27 goals, seven assists and 34 points to rank fourth on the team in scoring. She also picked up 26 ground balls and collected 14 draw controls. Lemmon (near left) posted a 10-4 record as PSU’s starting goalie with a 10.51 goals against average, leading the conference in that department.
The Panthers will take a 10-5 overall record into this weekend’s ECAC Tournament at Arold Field under first-year coach Kristin Blanchette. Second-seeded PSU will take on third-seeded Keene State College in the first game at 1:00 p.m., with top-seeded Mount Holyoke College facing fourth-seeded Husson College in the second game at 3:00 pm. The championship game is Sunday at 1:00 p.m. at Arold Field.
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