Good luck to Lib alum and current coach, Caitlin Fitzpatrick on her new position at Colgate University! Check out her impressive bio here.
Becky Conto (Liberty 2012) looks to continue to make an impact this season as a returning top goal scorer for Hofstra. Read full story.
Jackie Cifarelli earns American Lacrosse Conference honors for Ohio State. Read more.
Former Liberty Laxers Meg Markham (First Team) and Kristen Giovanniello (Honorable Mention) and earn All Ivy Honors!!! Read more.
Tracy Rivas shatters a 31 year old record at Ithaca !!!!!! Read more.
Danielle Etrasco named to US World Cup Team. Etrasco is the 2nd Long Island player to make the US Senior World Cup team. Danielle Gallagher is the only other Long Island player to make a World Cup team and she participated in 4 World Cups. (1993, 1997, 2001, 2005). Congrats to Danielle Etrasco!!!!!!! Read more.
Click Here for 2013 World Cup roster.
Etrasco is a former Liberty Laxer and coaches for Liberty Lacrosse in the summers!!!!
Nina Kucharczyk Lights it up for Harvard!!!!! Read story.
Meg Markham Named Ivy Defensive Player of the week. Read story.
Becky Conto Named CAA Co Rookie of the week. Read story.
Amanda Johansen and Sarah Croutier (2 weeks 2/25 and 3/4) named Rookies of the week. Go girls Go!!! Read story.
Congratulations to Lindsay Kovar (Liberty 2007 and Liberty Coach) on her new Asst. Coaching job at Drexel University. Read story.
Courtney Collins (Liberty 2013)looks to make a difference as a “dual-threat” on the field for Manhattan College this upcoming season. Good luck Courtney! Read story.
Good luck to Kristin Yevoli (Liberty Black 2013) & Ashley Gomes (Liberty Red 2013) as they start their careers at Stonybrook. Good luck girls! Read story.
Danielle Doherty (Liberty 2013) is a part of USC’s top 10 recruiting class for 2014. She joins Liberty alum and MPSF Rookie of the Year Amanda Johansen (Liberty 2013) at USC. Good luck this season girls! Read story.
Cara McQuillan (Liberty Black 2013) and Samantha DePasquale (Liberty Red 2013) are set to be teammates at Siena College. Cara is described by her coach as, “a great midfielder and attacker who works extremely hard off the ball to get open” while DePasquale is commended for her quick hands, ability to clear and determination to get better. Good luck girls! Read story.
Congratulations Danielle Etrasco (Liberty 2008 and current Liberty coach) on her asst. coaching position at Virginia Tech. Head Coach Burker on Etrasco: “Her playing experience at the World Cup, along with her leadership experience at Boston University have prepared her to enter the coaching ranks and make an immediate impact on our program.”
Sarah Barcia (Liberty 2013) will join Liberty alums Nina Corcoran (Liberty 2012) and First-Team All-Ivy selection Meg Markham (Liberty 2011) at U Penn this upcoming season. Good luck girls! Read story.
Good luck to Sophia Gambitsky (Liberty 2013) as she makes her debut for Colorado University this season in goal! Coach Elliott on Gambitsky: “a tough player mentally and physically. She is athletic in the cage and brings consistency in her play. Sophia is a true competitor and risk taker.” Read full bio here.
Tess Korten (Liberty 2013) is in the spotlight as a member of University of Michigan’s first recruiting class. Coach Ulehla on Korten: “Tess is a swift and speedy attacker with a prolific dodging ability, who also possesses the skill of precision in feeding and shooting. She is a visionary player who has the capability to score on command and her ready-for-action disposition makes her a strong force to be reckoned with on the field.” Read spotlight.
Good luck to Liz Hoeffner (Liberty 2013) at Binghampton University! Read story.
Good luck to Michaela Lynch (Liberty 2013) at George Washington University! Read story.
Jacklyn O’Leary (Liberty 2013) looks to make a difference at Chestnut Hill College. Coach Rosiek on O’Leary: “CHC (Chestnut Hill College) lacrosse is delighted to have, the very talented, Jackie O’Leary join the women’s lacrosse program. Her offensive accolades will help CHC (Chestnut Hill College) Lax (Lacrosse) become a powerhouse in the CACC (Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference), and will provide the offensive production needed to win championships. We are very proud of Jackie’s athletic and academic accomplishments, and look forward to having her success continue at the collegiate level.” Read story.