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May 7, 2010

 

 

 

2010 Rhode Island College
Women’s Lacrosse Season Summary

 

Providence, RI—Head Coach Mike Koperda’s (Career record: 4-24, .143) team finished the 2010 season with a 3-10 overall record and an 0-6 (seventh place) finish in the Little East Conference. The Anchorwomen were the recipients of the Little East Conference Team Sportsmanship Award.

 

 

 

Junior attack/midfield Suany Almonte (Warwick, RI) played in 13 games, starting all of them. She had 15 goals for 15 points to go along with 42 shots, 28 ground balls, 13 draw controls and two caused turnovers. Almonte was fourth on the team in goals. She had three goals and five ground balls in the season-opening win, 17-7, over Lasell on March 18.

 

Sophomore defender Jenna Childs (Cranston, RI) was named First Team All-Little East. She played in 12 games, starting all of them. Childs had four goals and one assist for five points to go along with seven shots, 43 ground balls, three draw controls and 18 caused turnovers. She was second on the team in ground balls. Childs had two goals, one assist, five ground balls and two caused turnovers in the Anchorwomen’s, 20-2, win over Sage on March 27.

 

Sophomore attacker Nicky Drolet (Somersworth, NH) was named Second Team All-Little East. She played in 13 games, starting all of them. Drolet had 43 goals and seven assists for 50 points to go along with 94 shots, 24 ground balls, 18 draw controls and four caused turnovers. She led the team in goals, assists, points and shots. Drolet netted the game-winning goals in the Anchorwomen’s wins over Lasell (March 18) and SUNY Maritime (April 8). She had five goals, two assists and six ground balls in the season-opening win over the Lasers. She was named the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week once.

 

Sophomore defender Kayla Laprade (Seekonk, MA) played in eight games and totaled one ground ball and one caused turnover.

 

Sophomore defender Allie Macamaux (Hope, RI) played in 12 games, starting eight of them. She had one shot, eight ground balls, two draw controls and one caused turnover.

 

Sophomore attack/midfield Molly Voyer (Lincoln, RI) played in 13 games, starting all of them. She had 30 goals and four assists for 34 points to go along with 75 shots, 27 ground balls, nine draw controls and 11 caused turnovers. Voyer was second on the team in goals, assists, points and shots. She netted six goals and picked up nine ground balls in the season-opening win over Lasell on March 18.

 

Freshman attack/midfield/defense Ashley Appel (Foxboro, MA) played in 11 games, starting seven of them. She totaled six goals and one assist for seven points to go along with 24 shots, three ground balls and three draw controls.

 

Freshman defender Sarah Bolduc (Dover, NH) played in 12 games, starting seven of them. She totaled 11 ground balls, two draw controls and four caused turnovers.

 

Freshman attacker Rebecca Gould (Little Compton, RI) played in nine games, starting two of them. She totaled one assist for one point to go along with four shots, five ground balls and one draw control.

 

Freshman midfielder Libby Lazar (Wakefield, RI) played in 12 games, starting all of them. She totaled 12 goals and two assists for 14 points to go along with 25 shots, 39 ground balls, 36 draw controls and 35 caused turnovers. Lazar led the team in draw controls and caused turnovers, while ranking third in ground balls. She had two goals, one assist, five ground balls, four draw controls and five caused turnovers vs. UMass Dartmouth on April 20.

 

Freshman midfield/defense Haley Lattinville (North Kingstown, RI) played in 12 games, starting all of them. She had 18 goals and three assists for 21 points to go along with 33 shots, 32 ground balls, 30 draw controls and seven caused turnovers. Lattinville also saw 53 minutes of action in net vs. Eastern Connecticut. She was third on the team in goals, assists and points, while ranking second in draw controls. Lattinville scored three goals, including the game-winner, and picked up six ground balls and three draw controls in RIC’s, 20-2, victory over Sage on March 27.

 

Freshman midfielder Alison Massed (Warren, RI) played in 13 games, starting all of them. She totaled one goal and two assists for three points to go along with two shots, 21 ground balls, five draw controls and seven caused turnovers.

 

Freshman defense/midfield Courtney McKiernan (Hope, RI) played in 13 games, starting all of them. She totaled three goals and one assist for four points to go along with 11 shots, 46 ground balls, 21 draw controls and 20 caused turnovers. McKiernan led the team in ground balls and was second in caused turnovers. She had one goal, four ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Keene State on April 10. McKiernan was named the Little East Conference Defensive Player of the Week once.

 

Freshman attacker Kali McNally (Lincoln, RI) played in eight games, starting two of them. She totaled one assist for one point to go along with two shots and two ground balls. McNally also saw action in goal, playing just over seven minutes between the pipes vs. Eastern Connecticut.

 

Freshman goalkeeper Kerri Montgomery (Franklin, MA) played in 10 games, starting all of them. She was 3-7 with a 15.20 goals against average, a .369 save percentage and 89 saves in 600 minutes of action. Montgomery was named the Little East Conference Goalkeeper of the Week once.

 

Freshman defender Bryana Tirrell (Uxbridge, MA) played in eight games.

 

Freshman defense/midfield Katelyn Veyera (Warwick, RI) played in 13 games, starting all of them. She totaled one shot, 12 ground balls, five draw controls and two caused turnovers.

 

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