2013-14 NAC Women's Lacrosse News

  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    May 05, 2014
    Castleton's Kate Auer has been named the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week after earning Tournament MVP honors this weekend.
  • Castleton Wins NAC Title in Dramatic Fashion
    May 03, 2014
    Though the game lasted the full 60-minute regulation, the North Atlantic Conference Championship was decided in 9.1 seconds.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    April 28, 2014
    Sara Berry came alive for Colby-Sawyer this week, helping the Chargers earn the final spot in the conference tournament and then provide an upset in the first round with 12 draw controls, nine goals, and seven caused turnovers to earn Player of the Week honors. Rashell Saucier helped Husson to an upset in win the first round of the conference tournament, posting her first collegiate goal and was named Rookie of the Week.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse All-Conference Announced
    April 28, 2014
    Castleton junior attack Kate Auer has been named the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Year in a vote of the league’s coaches. Auer highlights the 2014 All-Conference honorees announced Tuesday.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    April 21, 2014
    Buoyed by the playe of Kate Auer and Kim Gosselin, who earned Player and Rookie of the Week honors respectively, Castleton went 2-0 in conference play to secure its third-straight unbeaten season against conference competition. The duo combined for 21 points on 12 goals and nine assists in the two wins.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    April 14, 2014
    Kate Auer registered 14 points on 11 goals and three assists to go along with 31 draw controls and nine ground balls to lead Castleton to a pair of NAC wins and earn Player of the Week honors. Mackenzie Meegan backstopped New England College to three wins in four games with an impressive 49 saves and a .500 save percentage to earn Rookie of the Week accolades.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    April 07, 2014
    Allison Granata played a key role in New England College's 2-0 week, tallying nine points while helping the possession game with eight ground balls and eight draw controls to earn Player of the Week honors. Jaclyn Langevin was named Rookie of the Week after scoring four goals on ten shots for UMF over three games.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    March 31, 2014
    Husson's Alissa Fallon scored seven goals on just eight shots, including the game-winner in the final seconds of a 12-11 win over conference foe Colby-Sawyer to earn Player of the Week honors. Castleton's Kim Gosselin provided a spark of the bench in a win over UMF, scoring three goals and handing out two assists to earn Rookie of the Week honors.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    March 24, 2014
    UMaine-Farmington went 2-0 this week thanks in large part to the offensive exploits of Mara Balboni and Jaclyn Langevin who earned Player and Rookie of the Week honors respectively. Balboni scored ten goals to lead the offense while Langevin added seven goals and an assist for the Beavers.
  • NAC Womens Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    March 17, 2014
    Miranda Tinsman struck for nine goals over three games this week, including four markers in Thomas College's overtime win over St. Joseph's (Me.) to earn Player of the Week honors. Haley Binette scored two goals for UMF, including one to give the Beavers a lead in an eventual loss to Regis, and was named Rookie of the Week.
  • NAC Women's Lacrosse Weekly Honors
    March 10, 2014
    Miranda Tinsman led Thomas to a season-opening win with four goals and an assist earning Player of the Week honors. Castleton's Grace Johnson was named Rookie of the Week after a three-goal, one-assist week.
  • Castleton Unanimous Choice to Defend NAC Women's Lacrosse Title
    February 27, 2014
    Castleton State College has been picked to win its third-straight North Atlantic Conference women’s lacrosse title in a preseason poll of the conference coaches. The Spartans received all seven first-place votes and 49 total points, Thomas College finished second in the poll with 37 total points.