Despite a strong defensive showing, the Sacred Heart women’s lacrosse team couldn’t muster enough on the offensive end in a 11-5 loss at Monmouth on Saturday afternoon from Kessler Stadium. The Pioneers remain winless in 2020 at 0-2 while the Hawks win in their season opener.
After going down 7-0 in nearly 12 minutes to start the game, the Sacred Heart women’s lacrosse team put themselves in an early hole that was too much to climb out of in a 18-9 season-opening defeat at Bucknell on Saturday afternoon.
Prospect Days provide high school aged student-athletes the experience of practicing and playing like a Sacred Heart Pioneer. Held on Campus Field at Sacred Heart University, players gain exposure during 5v5 scrimmages against other elite players under the direction of the Sacred Heart Coaching Staff.
Sacred Heart women’s lacrosse head coach Laura Korutz has announced the Pioneers’ 16-game 2020 schedule including eight home games and eight Northeast Conference games as SHU looks to make it back to the league tournament for the first time since 2017.
The Sacred Heart women’s lacrosse team earned a spot among the nation’s elite academically, as the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) honored the Pioneers as an Academic Honor Squad. In addition, five Pioneers including recent graduates Olivia Mittleman, Hanna Wise, Carrie Speicher and Blair Yesko as well as rising senior Elizabeth Small were announced among the 509 student-athletes selected to the IWLCA Division I Academic Honor Roll.
Sacred Heart women’s lacrosse head coach Laura Korutz has officially announced rising seniors Elizabeth Small, Cassie Cesario and Olivia Millard as team captains for the upcoming 2019-20 season. Small is entering her second season as a captain while Cesario and Millard earn the team’s leadership title for the first time in their careers.
Sacred Heart women’s lacrosse head coach Laura Korutz and her staff is officially announcing the signing of nine freshmen that’ll start competing for the Pioneers next season. This nine-member Class of 2023 helps alleviate the loss of a five-member senior class this past season and helps SHU restructure their roster to compete in a new-look Northeast Conference starting in 2020.