Lacrosse wraps up season in semi-finals
The women’s lacrosse team finished up their spring season falling to Carthage College 14-9 on Friday.
The Cardinals traveled to Andrian, Mich., to compete in the semifinals of the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference Tournament.
The Cards ended the season with a record of 7-10. They finished the previous games strong while they went on a winning streak.
This includes their big win in St. Louis earlier this season.
In their final game of the season the women held back the first three goals of the season.
But within the first six minutes of play, Carthage College scored three times.
Carthage has a higher record of 13-4 and has been dominating all season.
North Central did rack up some goals with three from LeeaLoPresti, ’14, and Jacqui Morgan, ’13.
Morgan also picked up her game high of four ground balls.
On Monday, the Cardinals were rewarded for their success, at the Midwest Women's Lacrosse Conference Tournament.
North Central had three selections to the All-MWLC First Team including defender Shannon Price, ’12, midfielder Caroline Gully, ’12, and attacker Danielle Fiala, ’13.
Defender Alison Musur, '12, was chosen to the Second Team.
Overall, the women each had their moments of success.
Prince was voted for MWLC's Defensive Player of the Year, a first in North Central history.
She has started in each game since 2009 and led the team this season in 39 ground balls and 19 caused turnovers.
Gully started all 16 games this season and is ranked second on the team for goals with 31.
Fiala has the single-season school records for goals with 51 and draw controls with 64.
Musur started all 16 games and is ranked third for draw controls with 15 and had nine goals and five assists.