BALTIMORE, Md. - After a week of online voting, Goucher Athletics has announced the Women's Lacrosse All-Decade Team. We would like to thank everyone that voted! Congratulations to the members of the 2010s Goucher College Women's Lacrosse All-Decade Team.
To be eligible for the All-Decade Team, a student-athlete must have competed for at least one season between the 2010 and 2019 seasons. They also must be a graduate or still enrolled at Goucher College. In addition, only the statistics during the years of 2010 and 2019 are eligible so statistics that occur before the year 2010 or after the year 2019 do not count toward the All-Decade team vote.
ATTACK: Mary Lambert, Becca Smith, Shannon Stull
MIDFIELD: Hannah Mae Brown, Hannah Khin, Anneke Ossorio, Erin Reifsnyder
DEFENSE: Kat Carnevale, Hannah Frallicciardi, Claire Lippay, Sara Miller
GOALKEEPER: Bridget Den Boer
We are closing in on 3,000 votes for our all-decade teams, and we look forward to seeing everyone back on Monday to start for the Men's Lacrosse All-Decade team votes!
Lambert, a Chapel Hill, N.C., native, started 46 games for the Gophers from 2010 to 2012. She registered 71 goals and eight assists for 79 points in the three seasons in the decade. Lambert posted at least 27 markers in her first two seasons in the decade including a career-high 31 goals and four assists for 35 points in her junior campaign. She finished her four-year career with 96 goals and 12 assists for 108 points.
Smith, a Leesburg, Va., native, played the final three seasons and the first three of the 2010 decade (2010-12) for the Blue and Gold and started 46 games. She registered 105 goals, 37 points for 142 points in those seasons and is one of four players to register 100 goals in the decade. Smith, who was a three-time All-Landmark Conference performer, paced the team in scoring with 51 points thanks to 39 goals and 12 assists to earn all-conference first-team recognition for the first time in her career in 2012. She finished her four-year career with 142 goals and 49 assists for 191 points.
While Lambert and Smith helped usher in the 2010 decade, Stull was the top offensive threat for the Gophers to close out the decade with her first three years from 2017-19. The Westminster, Md., native, posted the third most goals and points in the decade after registering 116 goals and 14 assists for 150 points while being one of five players to grab 100 draw controls in the decade with 116. A 2018 all-conference second-team performer, Stull tallied a career-best 52 goals and 13 assists in her junior campaign. She concluded her college career in an abbreviated season in 2020 due to COVID-19 and registered 130 goals and 16 assists for 146 points in her four seasons.
Brown, a Pinedale, Wyo., native, appeared in 54 games and started 47 matches from 2011 to 2014 while wearing the Blue and Gold. She posted 59 goals and 29 assists for 88 points while also reaching the 100 mark in both ground balls (120) and draw controls (112). Brown earned All-Landmark Conference second-team honors in each of her final three campaigns. She registered a career-best 34 goals and 18 assists for 52 points along with 60 draw controls and 44 ground balls in her senior year.
Khin, a Portsmouth, N.H., native, started 60 contests in Baltimore from 2010 to 2013. One of two players to be a four-time All-Landmark Conference performer in the decade, Khin led all-scorers in goals (204) and points (220) in the decade while also racking up 129 ground balls, 157 draw controls and 75 caused turnovers in her career. She is one of five players in program history to net 200 tallies and only the second since the turn of the century and finished her career ranking fifth in career goals in team history. Khin, who scored over 65 goals in two seasons in her four years, notched a career-best 66 goals and eight assists for 74 points to earn an all-conference first-team nod in 2011 and would also receive a first-team nod in 2013.
Ossorio, a Lafayette, Colo., native, appeared and started 65 games in Baltimore from 2012 to 2015. An All-Landmark Conference second-team performer in her first three seasons, she registered 92 markers, six assists for 98 points along with 127 ground balls, 70 caused turnovers and a decade-best 177 draw controls. Ossorio registered career highs in her sophomore campaign with 53 draw controls and 23 caused turnovers while posting at least 33 ground balls for the second time and would accomplish that feat again in her senior campaign.
Reifsnyder, an Austin, Texas, native, is the other player in the decade to be awarded all-conference recognition in all four seasons for the Gophers from 2011 to 2014. She appeared in 61 games with 59 starts and notched the most ground balls (198) and caused turnovers while ranking second in goals (160), points (194) and third in draw controls (122) in the decade. Reifsnyder, who received all-conference first-team honors in her freshman and senior seasons, recorded 44 markers and 20 helpers for 64 points along with 51 ground balls, 44 draw controls and 24 caused turnovers in 2014.
Carnevale, a Portland, Ore., native, started 66 matches for the Blue and Gold from 2013 to 2016. She posted 96 ground balls, 88 caused turnovers and 32 draw controls in her career and was named to the all-league team three times, including first-team honors in her final two seasons. She ranked third on the squad in her senior season with 30 ground balls and 24 caused turnovers.
Frallicciardi, a Baltimore, Md., native, started all 62 games she played from 2010 to 2013 in Baltimore. An All-Landmark Conference second-team performer in her senior campaign, she posted 91 ground balls, 74 caused turnovers and 24 draw controls in her career. She registered 30 caused turnovers and 27 ground balls on her way to her all-conference recognition in 2013.
Lippay, a Jenkintown, Pa., native, started 61 of the 63 matches she played from 2014 to 2017 for the Gophers. She is one of three players to register 100 ground balls in the decade and posted 120 ground balls, 76 caused turnovers and 32 draw controls in her four seasons. Lippay led the team with 32 caused turnovers and 22 draw controls while ranking second with 39 ground balls in her senior year to earn All-Landmark Conference second-team honors.
Miller, a Baldwin, Md., native, started 31 matches in the first two seasons of the decade for the Gophers. She tallied 78 ground balls, 47 caused turnovers and 64 draw controls and earned all-conference honors both campaigns including first-team recognition in 2011. Miller fueled the team with 38 draw controls and ranked second with 40 ground balls and 20 caused turnovers in her senior season. She finished her four-year career with 167 ground balls, 88 caused turnovers and 99 draw controls.
Den Boer, a Sparta, N.J., native, appeared in 57 matches with 42 starts in between the pipes from 2015 to 2018 for the Blue and Gold. She recorded 584 saves, a 13.80 goals against average and a 48.1 save percentage in 2742.47 minutes in her career. Den Boer, who earned All-Landmark Conference second-team honors in her senior year, tied a program record for saves in a single game with 32 against Susquehanna on April 14, 2018 and her career save total ranks third in team history.