Alex Lightfoot, Randolph-Macon, Jr., Attack

Alex Lightfoot, Randolph-Macon, Jr., Attack

Lightfoot, a sophomore from Fairfax, Va., helped the Yellow Jackets rack up two more ODAC victories last week to remain in a tie with Washington and Lee for the top spot in the ODAC. Lightfoot registered 13 points last week as she moved up to #2 in NCAA Division III with 10 more assists to give her 48 on the season.  She started her week with two goals and five assists in a 23-5 victory over Virginia Wesleyan.  She added a ground ball and a caused turnover to her scoreline.  Lightfoot continued her week with a goal and five more helpers in a 23-1 road win at Randolph College.  She picked up three ground balls and again forced a turnover.  For the season, Lightfoot is tied for fourth in the ODAC with 58 points. She's scored 10 goals to go with her conference-best 48 assists.

Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll

Claire Palermo-Re, Bridgewater (Jr. - Att.)
Palermo-Re helped the Eagles to a 14-4 triumph over Randolph with a goal and five assists in their only contest of the week.

Marina Bailey, Guilford (Sr. - Mid.)
Bailey notched 10 points in two games last week. She scored a career-high seven goals in a 23-5 triumph over Hollins. She added four ground balls and two draw controls. In a 19-6 loss at W&L, she scored twice and handed out an assist to with two ground balls and three draw controls.

Maddie Koontz, Lynchburg (Jr. - Mid.)
Koontz scored four times in an 11-10 victory at Roanoke, and then added two more goals in a 16-13 setback at Meredith. She added three ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers to her weekly totals.

Courtney McCartin, Roanoke (Jr. - Att.)
McCartin scored once and dished out an assist in an 11-10 loss to Lynchburg.  She responded with a break-out 14-point game in a 17-5 win at Virginia Wesleyan, the seocnd-most in a single-game in program history. She scored six times and dished out eight assists.

Miranda Rudacille, Shenandoah (Sr. - Att.)
Rudacille scored five goals and helped on three others in the Hornets 21-2 win over Hollins. She added four ground balls and two draw controls.

Lauren Procaccino, Washington and Lee (Jr. - Att.)
Procaccino scored three goals and handed out an assist in the Generals 19-6 win over Guilford.