Lacrosse notches the first win in program history Saturday afternoon.
Bulldogs get ready for the 2012 season with familiar faces and some new ones.
New head coach Jessica Pausewang added Stanford grad, Lauren Schmidt, to the Fresno State lacrosse staff.
Anjelica Fuccillo, Chyna Hill and Meganne Weissenfels will join the Bulldog Lacrosse team for the 2012-13 season.
Carlee Buck is going on her fourth season as an assistant coach for Fresno State. Buck brings a wealth of lacrosse experience to Fresno State after playing at Stony Brook and coaching and teaching at St. Margaret's School in England.
Buck is the Bulldogs offensive assistant coach and she has played a vital role in Fresno State starting up the lacrosse program. The results have been evident in the team's success in the classroom, community and field of competition.
During Buck's playing days she was one the top offensive players in Stony Brook history as she finished her career fourth all-time in goals (92), first in assists (133) and first in points (225). In 2005 she led the country in assists at 2.8 a game while earning first-team American East honors. As a freshman in 2004, Buck was named to the America East All-Rookie Team.
She attended Penn Yan Academy in Penn Yan, N.Y., and she garnered All-American honors her senior year in high school.
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