Alexa Lodovici received the Athlete of the Year award from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Wednesday. “I was surprised in a way,” Lodovici said. “I knew that I was at the top of the conference, but I didn’t really expect to win Athlete of the Year.
The Crimson Hawks fell to West Chester 7-6 in the last two minutes of the game in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference semi-finals Friday at Lock Haven University. “It’s really disappointing because we led the majority of the game,” Head Coach Mindy Richmond said.
For this season alone, Kaitlin Sterling (senior, criminology) has made 64 saves in her time as goalie for Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s lacrosse team, helping the team to their first-ever Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournament appearance.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania defeated Gannon University 19-10 in their first Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference playoff game of the season Tuesday at George P. Miller Stadium. This is the first playoff game that the Crimson Hawks have ever won in school history.
The Crimson Hawks defeated Gannon 18-10 in their regular season finale Saturday, placing them in the third spot for playoffs. This was the first time in program history that Indiana University of Pennsylvania defeated The Golden Knights. “I am absolutely thrilled,” Head Coach Mindy Richmond said.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s lacrosse team suffered its second loss of the season in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference game against Lock Haven University Tuesday. The Bald Eagles defeated the Crimson Hawks 10-9, placing IUP in third place in the conference and Lock Haven in first.
Alexa “Jersey” Lodovici (senior, sport administration) earned the Pennsylvania State Conference title Athlete of the Week in two consecutive weeks this season. In 2012, she was named to the second team Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association and to the first team All-PSAC.
The Crimson Hawks suffered their first loss of the season 15-8 against their rival team the Golden Rams Saturday at George P. Miller Stadium. Under clouds and rain, the Crimson Hawks defeated the Golden Bears 18-3 at Miller Stadium Friday. “The attack did a pretty good job at producing,” Head Coach Mindy Richmond said.
The Crimson Hawks remain undefeated with a 10-0 (7-0) record after their 13-6 win against Mercyhurst Saturday. “This is the first time in school history that IUP has ever beaten Mercyhurst,” Head Coach Mindy Richmond said. “We are very excited, and this was a really big win for us.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania broke into the top 15 of the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Association after their win against Bloomsburg Friday. Nationally ranked at No. 14, IUP defeated Slippery Rock 20-3 Tuesday night in its second home game of the season.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania remains undefeated this season after defeating Bloomsburg and East Stroudsburg this weekend. Friday afternoon, the Crimson Hawks defeated former Conference champions, Bloomsburg Huskies, 13-10. Head Coach Mindy Richmond said playing Bloomsburg was a good opportunity for IUP to prove that they have earned their spot in the conference.
Alexa Lodovici scored four goals and had two assists to break school records and help Indiana University of Pennsylvania defeat Shippensburg 18-9 Tuesday at IUP’s home opener. IUP is ranked number one in scoring offense in Division II, and senior Lodovici holds two school records, all-time leader in goals and points scored, as of Tuesday.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s lacrosse player Alexa Lodovici, senior, has been named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference’s Athletic Player of the Week. This is the first weekly award she has received this season. “Getting PSAC athlete of the week is awesome, but I give the credit to my team.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s women’s lacrosse team is ranked number six in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, according to the preseason coaches’ poll, released Feb. 12. The Crimson Hawks are behind West Chester, Lock Haven, Bloomsburg, Mercyhurst and Gannon.
The IUP women’s lacrosse team has announced that six players will join the team for the spring 2013 semester. “I am extremely excited to welcome the new class of freshmen lacrosse players to our team,” Head Coach Mindy Richmond said. “They are a very talented group of athletes with great experience and they will make an immediate impact on the field.
IUP enters this week’s pivotal matchup against Clarion with the news that they’re seventh in the first regional rankings of the year. Seventh isn’t the place that any team wants to be this time of the year.