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Sage Women’s Lacrosse History

  • Program start: 1976-1987, 2008/2009
  • Coaches: Patricia Paine (1976-87), Andrea Hanley (2008-2010), Jackie Craft (2010), Pete Stapleton (2011-2015), Lauren Marois (2016 -     )
  • Highlights
    • 2013 and 2014 seasons with most wins of 4. Gators break record in 2016 with 5 wins under rookie head coach Marois.
    • Most Skyline Conference wins in 2013 with 3.
    • Notable players
      • Monica Koralus: Women’s Lacrosse Gator of the Year (2015, 2016); program record holder in career assists (36), goals (113), points (149) and draw controls (118).
      • Jenna Jacot: two-time Skyline Conference Second Team All-Star (2014, 2015), breaks Sage career caused turnover record (66).
      • Jackie St. Pierre: Skyline Conference Second Team All-Star (2015); program record holder for most career wins (10) [2016]; single-season record holder for most saves (153) [2015]; was ranked #10 nationally for saves per game (11.77) [2015]. Breaks career saves record in 2016 with (423).
      • Alexa Pajak: sets record holder for most career points (106) [2012-2013] and season points (64) [2013], which have now been broken by Koralus in 2016.
      • Courtney Reed: record holder for most career saves (324) and games played in goal (38) [2010-13], all surpassed in 2016 by St. Pierre.
      • Kimberlee Carr: record holder for most points per game (4.45) [2014], records since surpassed by Koralus. 

      Sage’s All-Time Women’s Lacrosse Skyline Conference All-Stars

      2009       Brianna Thompson, 2nd Team, Attack

                      Sage wins 2009 Sportsmanship Award

      2013       Alexa Pajak, 2nd Team, Attack

      2014       Kimberlee Carr, 1st Team, Attack

                      Jena Jacot, 2nd Team, Defense

      2015       Jackie St. Pierre, 2nd Team Goalie

                      Jena Jacot, 2nd Team, Defense

      2016       Monica Korlaus, 1st Team, Attack

                      Nicole Maher, 2nd Team, Attack

                      Michaela DeRuzzio, 2nd Team, Defense