The Bulldogs look to carry momentum into their 2013 season.
Lacrosse wins first game in program history
Fresno State lacrosse takes on San Diego State on Saturday afternoon on the lacrosse/soccer field.
Fresno State Lacrosse had eight student-athletes earn academic honors from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.
Fresno State sends off two seniors and hands out awards during luncheon banquet
Last updated on May 15, 2012
2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in every game and started 12 games ... first Bulldog to be named MPSF Player of the Week ... led the team with 16 goals ... also recorded six assists ... tallied 22 points on the year ... recorded 39 shots and 30 shots on goal ... won 11 ground balls and eight draw controls ... recorded four caused turnovers ... scored four goals against Long Island and Central Connecticut ... recorded a season-high eight shots against San Diego State ... named Attacker of the Year at the end of the year team banquet.
2011 (Freshman): Played in all 14 games and started in 11 ... scored 11 goals and had 4 assists.
High School: Lettered four years in lacrosse ... earned second-team all-conference honors at three different positions in her final three years of high school ... played attacker as a sophomore, defense as a junior and midfield as a senior ... was team-captain and participated in the all-star game in her final year ... as a freshman, was named the Rookie of the Year.
Personal: Born August 23, 1991 ... parents are Guy and Cathy Hetherington ... has a sister Brooke ... hobbies and interests include being with friends, shopping and participating in recreational activities ... favorite athlete is Mia Hamm ... is a representative on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee ... attending Fresno State because of the communication and electronic production classes as well as the opportunity to play lacrosse.