Elizabeth Landry has won the Freshman of the Quarter Award from The Aggie for her exemplary contribution to the women’s lacrosse team. Landry, who made the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation first team, also collected the league’s Newcomer of the Year award.
“I think that staying motivated and committed to getting better throughout the whole year was a key to my success,” Landry said.
The freshman midfielder from Lafayette was all over the field chasing down attackers while leading the charge on the offensive side. Landry led the Aggies in ground balls (37), draw controls (72) and caused turnovers (31). She also broke the season and single-game records for draw controls in her first year of play.
Landry showed her versatile talents in the final game of the year where she scored six goals, caused four turnovers and won five ground balls in the 24-10 blowout of St. Mary’s.
— Jason Min