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Erica Bodt Named to 2011 Top 10 Girls Rising Seniors by Inside Lacrosse. Read more...
Jess Graybeal(Nems 08) named to 2011 USA College Lacrosse Women's Div II All American Third Team. Read more...
Aly Jost (Nems 07) Mount St. Mary's named NEC Defensive Player of the Year and Named to the All-NEC 1st Team! Read more...
Jessica Graybeal (Nems 08) has been named 1st Team CACC. Jessica is a junior at Wilmington University. Read more...
Erika Braerman, Megan Linkous and Natalie Rau (Nems 07) named Captains at UMBC for 2011 Season!
Kim Cudmore/Beth Rhodey (NEMS 06) - Salisbury National Champs. Read more...
Stephanie Kreis (NEMS 2006) Elizabethtown College named MAC Player of the Year!
MAC 1st Team Selections for 2010:
Stephanie Kreis (NEMS 2006), Katie Caprinolo (NEMS 2006) and Alexis Morris (NEMS 2009) all from Elizabethtown College
All Conference Honors:
Christina Dove - Big East Midfielder of the Year and 1st Team All Conference
Erika Braerman - 2nd Team All America East
Jess Dunn - 1st Team All CAA
Kim Griffin - 1st Team All CAA
Casey Ancarrow - CAA Rookie of the Year and 2nd Team All CAA
Mary Zulty - 2nd Team All CAA
Emily Gibson - 2nd Team All Big East
Nems is proud to announce the following alumni who were recently recognized by the IWLCA for their excellence in the classroom during the 2008-2009 academic year. These students were nominated by their colleges and are at least in junior standing. Those considered had a GPA of at least 3.5. There were a total of 407 student-athletes at 152 institutions.
Christina Dove (Nems '06) Syracuse '10 (BAHS '06)
Amy Jones (Nems '05) Wagner '09 (NHHS '05)
Steph Kreis (Nems '06) Elizabethtown '10 (JC '06)
Nicole Ditillo (Nems '06) Gettysburg '10 (FHS '06)
Kelsey Branch (Nems '06) St. Mary's College of MD '10 (NHHS '06)
Ditillo Becomes Gettysburg's First Women's Lax Academic All-American!
Aly Jost (Nems 07) has been named Defensive Player of the Year for the Northeast Conference and has received First Team Honors! Read more...
April 27, 2009
Nicole Ditillo(Nems 06) has been selected for the 2009 All-Centennial Conference 1st Team. Read more...
April 6, 2009
Jenn Hawkins Repeats as MAC Women's Lacrosse Goalie of the Week. Read more...
Monmouth University's Danielle Hawkins leads the MU defense against Wagner. Read more...
Krissy Browning, Christina Gibson and Sarah Gallion Named to 2008 Under Armour North-South Senior All Star Game Rosters. Games to be held June 14th at USTC, Downingtown, PA.
US Lacrosse and the IWLCA announce the 2008 All-American Teams.
Christina Dove (NEMS 06) named to Division I Second Team and Krissy Browning (NEMS 04) named to Division III Second Team.
Elizabethtown College's Kreis and Hawkins Named Second-Team All-Region. Read more...
Jenn Hawkins and Steph Kreis named to the First Team All-Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC). Read more...
Mount Saint Mary's Aly Jost (NEMS - 07) Earns All-NEC Honors!
Johns Hopkins - (NEMS 04) Kadie Stamper and Sarah Gallion Earn ALC Honors.
Congratulations to Kadie Stamper, senior midfielder, for earning ALC Second Team honors and to Sarah Gallion, senior defender, for making ALC First Team honors. Read more...
Syracuse wins 2008 Big East Championship. Christina Dove and Christina Gibson named to Big East All-Tournament Team! Read more...
Syracuse's Dove and Gibson Earn 2008 Big East Honors
Syracuse sophomore midfielder, Christina Dove, and senior defender, Christina Gibson, helped the nationally ranked Syracuse Orange (#5) women's lacrosse team win a second straight Big East Championship on Sunday, April 27 at Notre Dame University. Syracuse beat Rutgers (22-7) in the semi-final game and then beat Georgetown (12-6) in the championship game to claim back to back titles. Both Dove and Gibson made the 2008 Big East All-Tournament team and each set individual Big East Tournament records. Dove broke the single-game scoring record by scoring 7 goals in a game and Gibson broke the tournament 'caused-turnover' record with 5 caused turnovers in the tournament.
Dove is part of Syracuse's high powered offense that leads the country with 19 goals per game. She tied for a team lead of 66 goals and is second in points with 84 points. Her 66 goals are ranked first in the Big East and 6th nationally, earning her Big East First Team honors. Gibson earned Big East Second Team accolades by anchoring the seventh ranked defense in the country with a team-leading 29 caused turnovers and 27 ground balls. Her 29 caused turnovers are tied for second in the Big East.
Syracuse finished the season with a school record of 16-2, going undefeated in the Big East regular season and tournament play and has gained an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament for the second straight year. The 5th ranked Orange will find out its tournament assignment on Monday, May 5 when the NCAA announces the 2008 bracket.
UMBC's Ali Levendusky, Maggie Chizmar Earn All Conference Honors. Megan Linkous Named to All-Rookie Team. Read more...
Salisbury's Beth Rhodey and Kim Cudmore (NEMS-06) Win 2008 CAC Title. Read more...
Wednesday, 4/23/08 Aegis article
Sister vs. sister in college lacrosse action and Christina Dove scores her 100th goal.
Christina Dove Earns BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week Award
Dove is Syracuse's leading goal scorer with 32 this season. Read more....
James Madison's Kim Griffin and Lauren Bradley score 2 goals each against 7th ranked Princeton. Read more...
Syracuse's Christina Dove scores career-high 6 goals! Read more...
Krissy Browning and Nicole Ditillo help Gettysburg to victory over Washington College. Read more...
Ali Levendusky Named America East Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week
UMBC senior attack Ali Levendusky (NEMS 04) was named America East Women's Lacrosse Player of the week for the week ending March 2. The award is the third of Levendusky's career and the first for a Retriever this season. She led the Retrievers to a perfect 2-0 week with a team-best 10 goals and 10 points, and she added five ground balls and five draw controls. She scored four goals against Loyola on Tuesday, including the game winner with 5:17 remaining in the game and the score tied, to lead the Retrievers to an 11-10 victory, their first over the Greyhounds in 34 years. Levendusky has scored at least three goals in each this season for a team-best total of 16, and she is riding an 11-game goal streak that dates to April 4, 2007. Read more...
Amanda Barnes receives Leadership Award
Nineteen Tarheel Student-Athletes were honored with the Carolina Leadership Academy's Three-Dimensional Leader Award
March 9, 10
Erika Braerman (07 Alum) scores first career goal for the UMBC Retrievers. Read more...
Christina Dove scores 5 goals
Christina Gibson named to Weekly Honor Roll
Tuesday, March 4
Stephanie Kreis Nets Game Winner with 1.1 seconds left as Elizabethtown upsets Mary Washington 16-15. Read more about Stephanie(06 Alum) and Jenn Hawkins(05 Alum)
Thursday, February 28
Krissy Browning's four goals help Gettysburg win season opener against University of Mary Washington. Read more...
Saturday, February 23
2007 Nems Alumni Jess Dunn scores one for Towson against Mount St. Mary's. Read more...
Thursday, February 21, 2008
2008 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Preview: No. 4 Syracuse
Check out NEMS Alumni Christina Dove and Christina Gibson
Rowan, Quillinan and Dove Named to Inside Lacrosse's Preseason All-America Team
Tuesday, October 23
NEMS Alumni Amanda Barnes Takes the Cage for the 'Heels (OCT '07)
NEMS Alumni Amanda Barnes (senior at the University of North Carolina) had a great showing at Princeton this past weekend to conclude UNC's fall season! She split time in the goal against four top teams - Princeton, Northwestern, Syracuse and University of Penn. Look for Amanda to play strong this season with a very talented UNC team - good luck Amanda!
Thursday, October 11
Six NEMS Alum Square Off in Fall Classic!
The NEMS alumni had a very strong showing at the Fall Lacrosse Classic at Centreville High School (Va.) this past weekend (Oct 7) where two top-ten teams, Syracuse University and James Madison University squared off for a fall exhibition game. JMU featured four NEMS alumni (Lauren Bradley-18, Kim Griffin-21, Brooke Rhodey-20, and Emily Haller-7) while Syracuse featured two alumni (Christina Gibson-14 and Christina Dove-12). All NEMS alumni played significant roles for their respective teams and continue to show the lacrosse community the talent level that our NEMS program delivers! Here is a small photo gallery of our NEMS alumni from the game:
Friday, June 8
Christina Dove, one of Four Orange Women Honored by WomensLacrosse.com
Dove set an SU freshman record with 58 points and finished just behind Quillinan in the race for goals with 47. Dove’s 58 points are the third-highest total in school history, while her 47 goals are tied for the fourth-most in the program’s history. In addition, she led the team with 50 draw controls, the second-highest total in school history. Against Cornell, Dove set a school record with 11 draw controls.
Dove and Quillinan teamed to create one of the most lethal freshmen combinations in the country. The duo combined for 97 goals and is one of four sets of freshmen teammates to earn All-Rookie accolades.