April 1, 2014
BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week
Claire Costanza, So., A, Marquette
Costanza led the Golden Eagles to a 14-6 victory over Cincinnati in their first BIG EAST Conference game in program history. The sophomore paced Marquette’s offense by registering seven points on four goals and three assists and also picked up three draw controls and corralled a pair of ground balls. Costanza’s seven points tied for the weekly high among all league players last week with Connecticut’s Lauren Kahn.
BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week
Jaclyn Fraum, So., GK, Villanova
Fraum matched the 2014 BIG EAST single-game high with 15 saves in the Wildcats’ 14-11 win over Rutgers in the conference opener for both teams. Fraum eclipsed the .500 save percentage mark for the fourth time this season and moved from fifth to third in the conference rankings with a .450 average over eight games played in 2014.
BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Weekly Honor Roll
Faye Brust, Jr., A, Louisville
Brust scored two of her game-high five goals late in the second half, providing Louisville with a three-goal cushion en route to a 14-13 win at Georgetown on Saturday.
Shannon Galvin, So., M, Villanova
Galvin recorded a hat trick, including the game winner, and an assist for four points as Villanova defeated Rutgers, 14-11. The sophomore led the team with eight shots, six on goal, and also recorded three ground balls.
Lauren Kahn, Sr., M., Connecticut
Kahn scored three goals and tied a season high with four assists in UConn’s 15-9 win over Temple. She also recorded two ground balls to go along with a draw control and a caused turnover.
Kaylin Morissette, So., M, Louisville
Caroline Tarzian, Jr., A, Georgetown
Morissette was named the WomensLax.com Player of the Week after totaling three goals and one assist along with two ground balls at Georgetown. She tied the single-game school record she set earlier this year with 11 draw controls
arzian combined for six goals on 10 shots against a pair of ranked foes last week, including a five-goal performance against Louisville on Saturday.