Gresick Becomes Career Defensive Saves Leader
Lantiere, Gresick Score for the Blue Jays on Senior Day
Parker Assists on Both Goals
Lantiere and Fryer Combine for Four Goals, Two Assists
Woodrow Scores First Career Goal
2012: Started all 17 games on defense as a rookie, finishing season with three goals, two assists and 10 defensive saves broke the school single-season record for defensive saves ranked second in the conference and tied for 13th in the nation in defensive saves made first career collegiate start in season-opening win at Centre made three defensive saves in overtime loss to Rhodes scored first career goal in shutout of Muhlenberg had a defensive save in win over Swarthmore and in loss at eight-ranked Franklin & Marshall scored game-winning goal and had a defensive save against Ursinus made three defensive saves to break JHU single-season record in loss to #7 Mary Washington added an assist and a defensive save in overtime loss at Dickinson scored and added an assist in shutout of Bryn Mawr.
Personal: Elena J. Gresick daughter of Robert and Catherine Gresick named team rookie of the year as a freshman three-time all-conference and all-state selection; two-time team MVP led team to three state quarterfinals and one state semifinals appearances captained team as a senior also played four years of lacrosse led the state in assists as a sophomore and junior; led state in goals as a senior in lacrosse three-time all-conference and all-state selection in lacrosse National Honor Society volunteers with St. Louis Magic House, her church and Aim Field Hockey majoring in neuroscience.