Mariners Monday: Women’s Lacrosse

Mariners Monday: Women’s Lacrosse

Season Highlights:

Conference Rankings:

  • Sydney Adams led the NAC in draw controls per game (4.25)
  • Sydney Cole led the NAC in goals against average (10.50)

NCAA Rankings:

  • Christina Wilson ranked 48th among DIII players in ground balls per game (4.08)

Individual Honors:

  • Sydney Adams earned spots on the NAC First Team, NAC Tournament Team and NAC All-Academic team
  • Madison Barry was named to the NAC First Team
  • Julia Dillon landed a spot on the NAC Tournament Team
  • Sierra James was named to the NAC All-Academic team for the third-consecutive season
  • Olivia Le Blanc earned a spot on the NAC Second Team
  • Catherine Mahoney was named to the NAC Sportsmanship Team for the second-straight season and earned a spot on the NAC All-Academic team
  • Christina Wilson was named NAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year and landed a spot on the NAC First Team

Single-Game Records:

  • Sydney Adams collected nine draw controls against Thomas on April 13 and eight draw controls against the Terriers on April 6 to rank second and third in draw controls in a single-game
  • Adams also tied the single-game record for free position goals in a game with four against Husson on April 2
  • Christina Wilson became the first Mariner to score multiple woman-up goals on March 24 against NVU-Lyndon

Single-Season Records:

  • Sydney Adams broke the single-season record for draw controls, collecting 51 in 2019, draw controls per game (4.25), and woman-up goals (3)
  • Adams tallied 37 points and 33 goals in 2019, ranking second in both categories
  • Madison Barry attempted 75 shots, ranking second all-time in a single-season
  • Barry landed 50 shots on goal in 2019, for third-best in a single-season
  • Christina Wilson set a single-season record for ground balls, scooping up 49 in 2019 and caused turnovers (28)
  • The 2019 Mariners set a single-season record with 137 caused turnovers

Career Records:

  • Madison Barry became the all-time leader in points (86), assists (25), shots on goal (114) and games started (38)
  • Sydney Adams became the all-time leader in goals (65), draw controls (98) and woman-up goals (5)
  • Christina Wilson concluded her career as the all-time leader in ground balls (166), caused turnovers (66) and games played (53)
  • Sierra James ended her career with the Mariners as the all-time leader in saves (266), save percentage (.465) and wins (8)