College News from the 2010 Season:
Cards going on to the Post Season:
Stephanie Neilsen (GHS '09) James Madison University - ranked #5 and playing Stanford in the 1st round
Annie Read (GHS '07) Stanford University
Lexie Hearn (GHS '06) Gettysburg College
Taylor Kralovenec (GHS '09) Babson University
Caroline Morgan (GHS '09) Hamilton College
Delaware Lacrosse Club reached the finals for U.S. Lacrosse ECWLA Division 1 Regional Championship, but was defeated in the final minutes by no. 1 ranked West Chester University in Pa. on April 17, 2010. Sam Neeson (GHS '09) has been nominated Vice President, a Captain role for the 2010 - 2011 season
Dartmouth's Shannie MacKenzie (GHS '07) had three ground balls and three caused turnovers while Hana Bowers (GHS '09) netted one goal in a disappointing Ivy League loss to Princeton
Caroline Morgan (GHS '09) had one goal and two assists in #1 ranked Hamilton College's victory over Utica
Hamilton College's Caroline Morgan (GHS '09) netted one goal in their 18 - 7 victory over William Smith
Annie Read (GHS '07) made six of her 14 saves in the first half to keep Stanford out front in their 12-7 win over arch rival California
Liz Lovejoy (GHS '07) scored four goals to lead the University of Louisville lacrosse team to a 12-8 win over Old Dominion Friday evening at Norfolk, Va.
Liz Lovejoy (GHS '07) had four goals to lead the University of Louisville lacrosse team to a 13-9 win over BIG EAST rival Cincinnati Tuesday evening in Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati.
Junior defender Shannie MacKenzie (GHS '07) has been named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week for her tremendous efforts in a 2-0 week for the Dartmouth women's lacrosse team.
Freshman Hana Bowers (GHS '09) nets hat trick in Dartmouth 12 - 5 victory over Yale.
Junior Gabrielle Geronimos (GHS '07) scored four goals for Columbia in a decisive 16-8 win over Bryant
Senior Captain Lexie Hearn (GHS '06) netted one assist in Gettysburg's 17 - 0 rout of Swarthmore College
Senior Captain Lexie Hearn (GHS '06) tallied two goals in Gettysburg's game loss to Middlebury.
Oregon Sophomore Lara Bennett (GHS '08) scored the first goal of her career against Cincinnati (3/20) and netted two assists for a career-best three point game ... Tallied first point of the 2010 season against No. 19 Louisville (3/6) when she had an assist.
Freshman Caroline Morgan (GHS '09) netted her first goal on the season for Hamilton College in the teams 16 - 7 win over Springfield College
Babson College edged Endicott College in double overtime 17 - 16 aided by three goals from freshman Taylor Kralovenec (GHS '09).
Taylor Kralovenec (GHS '09) added two goals in Babson's 18 - 6 win over Eastern Connecticut State University
First-year Taylor Kralovenec (GHS '09) scored the go-ahead goal with 16.3 seconds remaining in overtime to lead the Babson College women's lacrosse team to a thrilling 11-10 victory over visiting Union College in a high-powered season opener featuring two nationally-ranked programs.
College News from the 2009 Season:
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FORMER GGVL TEAMMATES:
COURTNEY BELL, COLORADO COLLEGE AND LEXIE HEARN, GETTYSBURG COLLEGE FOR BEING APPOINTED CAPTAIN FOR 2009 SEASON. BEST OF LUCK TO A WINNING SEASON.
Apr. 26, 2009
Shannie MacKenzie, Dartmouth Defense: scored her first collegiate goal against Columbia. Dartmouth beat Columbia 12-9
Elizabeth Lovejoy, Louisville Attack: scored two goals against Ohio State. Louisville lost 12-15.
Mar. 14, 2009
Lexie Hearn, Gettysburg Midfield: Posted four caused turnovers and tied a personal mark with six ground balls. She scored one goal and two assists.
Gettysburg won 15-8.
Mar. 11, 2009
Lexie Hearn, Gettysburg Midfield: scored three goals and two assists against St. John Fisher. Gettysburg won 17-15.
March 10, 2009
Gabrielle Geronimos, Columbia Attack: scored one goal against Cornell. Columbia lost 8-11.
Mar. 9, 2009
Lexie Hearn, Gettysburg Midfield: scored one goal and one assist against
Wesleyan. Gettysburg won 12-8.
Feb. 26, 2009
Lexie Hearn, Gettysburg Midfield: scored two goals and five assists against Mary Washington. Gettysburg won 18-10.
We are sad to announce that on March 4, 2009, GGL lost one of our biggest fans and a truly devoted mom, Jodi Horowitz (Liz Horowitz's GHS '06 mom)
Jodi Fisher Horowitz
JODI FISHER HOROWITZ loving mother of Elizabeth, Jared and Tate, beloved wife of Paul, devoted daughter of Joy Fisher and Jerome and Anne Fisher, sister of Jeffrey and Marc Fisher and a caring aunt and friend passed away after a courageous battle with leukemia on March 4, 2009. Jodi's kindness, selflessness and dedication to her family and friends made her a remarkable woman who brought laughter and life to those who surrounded her. She was a graduate of Boston University's School of Communication. As Vice President of Public Relations and Media Planning for Nine West Group and later Jones Apparel Group for 15 years, Jodi left a legacy of greatness that serves as an inspiration to all. Her compassion for others allowed her to contribute immensely to the world around her. Jodi was honored by the footwear industry as the founder of Shoes on Sale, one of the leading breast cancer events in the country, which has raised over $30 million dollars for breast cancer research and educational programs. But Jodi's greatest passion was her role as a mother. She loved her children and her enthusiasm for their pursuits in life made her their greatest advocate. Her accomplishments are abundant, but above all the unique and special relationships Jodi forged with her children, family and close friends will be forever missed. Funeral services will be held at Temple Beth El in Stamford, CT at 1 PM on Sunday March 8, 2009. The family will be sitting Shiva on Sunday and Monday from 6-9 PM at 96 Indian Head Road, Riverside CT. Contributions can be made to Jodi Horowitz Leukemia Research Fund at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY 10065.