Eleven Bulldogs earned 2016 MPSF All-Academic honors, the most in program history
The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team held its inaugural Lacrosse Legacy awards dinner last week and raised money for the growing program
Fresno State defeated Saint Mary's 22-4 on Sunday, led by Nicole Ortlieb's five goals and Caroline Dineen-Carlson's four
Senior women's lacrosse player Meghan Macaulay will be heading to Africa through the Peace Corps just days after graduation
The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team will honor six seniors on Sunday at 2 p.m. PT
Fresno State Lacrosse vs. Saint Mary's (4/24/16)
Fresno State Lacrosse vs. Stanford (4/15/16)
Fresno State Lacrosse vs. Furman (3/7/16)
Fresno State Lacrosse vs. Colorado (2/21/16)
Fresno State Lacrosse vs. Denver (2/14/16)
Last updated on April 25, 2016
A perspective from 8,000 miles away (4/22/16)
2016 (SENIOR): Started in 14 games ... scored her first two career goals in her final game against Saint Mary's on April 24 ... grabbed a season-high two ground balls against Stetson on Feb. 12 and Saint Mary's ... caused a season-high two turnovers against Saint Mary's.
2015 (JUNIOR): Played in 14 games, making two starts ... ended the season with nine ground balls, grabbing a season-high two against Winthrop, Monmouth and UC Davis ... earned one draw control and caused three turnovers ... named to the 2015 MPSF All-Academic team ... was the only MPSF player on the All-Academic team to earn a 4.0 GPA.
2014 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in all 15 games, making four starts in her sophomore campaign ... finished the season with nine groundballs and turnovers ... added three draw controls for the Bulldogs ... recorded a season-high three groundballs against Michigan in the season-finale on April 26 ... named to the 2014 MPSF All-Academic team, only one of two conference members with a cumulative 4.0 GPA.
2013 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 14 games in her freshman season and started in two ... finished second on the team with 20 groundballs ... had a season-high four groundballs against Oregon ... recorded five caused turnovers ... finished the year with four draw controls.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three year letter winner in lacrosse ... named team captain and team MVP her senior year ... received first team all-league in 2011 and 2012 ... second team All-CIF her junior year ... in 2011 her team went undefeated as league champions and were finalist in the section championships ... nominated for Rancho Bernardo Athlete of the Year her senior year.
PERSONAL: Born in Bathesda, Md. ... parents are Elizabeth and Frank Macaulay ... one younger sister, Hanna, and two younger brothers, William and Christopher ... favorite athlete is Abby Wambach because of her passion towards the game ... majoring in political science with a minor in French ... also recruited by Wellesley College, University of Puget Sound and Goucher College ... chose Fresno State because the team was so amazing and welcoming.
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