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Women's Lacrosse News & Highlights

May 03, 2012

Five Named All-Freedom


Courtney Reinhold led the Eagles in goals and draw controls in her senior season.

ANNVILLE, Pa.- The Middle Atlantic Conference today announced a pair of all-league teams for women's lacrosse. Eastern University had five players named All-Freedom Conference.

Because this is the first year that the Middle Atlantic Conference split into two conferences for lacrosse, this is the first ever All-Freedom Conference Lacrosse team. Eastern will play in the Freedom Conference Championship game at FDU-Florham this Saturday.

Senior Courtney Reinhold led the way for the Eagles as a first-team midfielder. Reinhold had earned All-MAC recognition in the two previous years and was a four-time first team honoree for volleyball, but this is her first first team recognition in lacrosse. She leads the Eagles with a career-best 40 goals, and she has 57 draw controls. Reinhold has always been a stalwart in the clearing game and on the defensive end, but she came into her own as a goal scorer this spring.

A pair of first-year players joined Reinhold on the first team. Despite missing a pair of games, Jocelyn Paul is second on the Eagles with 32 goals and eight assists. She was named to the first team as an attack, and Suzannah McNamara earned the league's nod as a first team defender.

Allie Fultz, another two-way midfielder for the Eagles, was selected to the second team. Fultz, was the top point producer for the Eagles with 27 goals and 21 helpers in her final campaign. Junior defender Julia Furniss joined Fultz on the second team.

Because the Freedom Conference Champion does not get an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, the Eagles will conclude their year this Saturday at FDU-Florham.

Complete Release

Updated: Monday, 07 July 2014


Camrin Azzarano

Camrin Azzarano

Coach Azzarano enters her seventh season at the helm of Eastern Women's Lacrosse.

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