2018 MIT Women's Lacrosse News

  • Emily Young and Katie Notarangelo Receive IWLCA All-Region Honors
    May 17, 2018
    For the second time in program history the MIT women’s lacrosse team had two players selected to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Region Team on Thursday. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) was voted to the First Team while classmate Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) earned a spot on the Second Team.
  • Women’s Lacrosse Collects Program-Record Eight NEWMAC All-Conference Awards, Including Athlete and Co-Defensive Athlete of the Year
    May 08, 2018
    Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) became the first player in the history of the MIT women’s lacrosse program to be named NEWMAC Athlete of the Year while classmate Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) received the team’s first Co-Defensive Athlete of the Year accolade. The duo along with junior Cecilia McCormick (Islip, N.Y.) and sophomore Leah Vogel (Houston, Texas) were voted to the All-Conference First Team while junior Ana Flooks (Weston, Conn.) earned a spot on the Second Team. In addition, senior Jack Simmons (Houston, Texas) represented the Engineers on the All-Sportsmanship Team.
  • MIT Falls to Springfield, 14-11, in NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Tournament Semifinal
    May 05, 2018
    No. 3 seeded Springfield College generated six straight goals during the last 15 minutes of the first half, going ahead for good as the Pride went on to defeat No. 2 MIT, 14-11, in the semifinals of the NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament on Saturday at Babson College. Junior Cecilia McCormick (Islip, N.Y.) paced the Engineers with four goals to go along with an assist.
  • Women’s Lacrosse Racks Up Program-Record and League-High 11 NEWMAC Academic All-Conference Awards
    May 01, 2018
    The MIT women’s lacrosse team saw a program-record and league-high 11 student-athletes receive NEWMAC Academic All-Conference accolades as announced by the league last week. The list is comprised of 47 student-athletes who earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale or 4.35 on a 5.0 scale after the 2017 fall semester, achieved second year academic status at her institution, and been a member of the team for the entire season.
  • Young Repeats as NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week
    April 30, 2018
    For the second week in a row and the third time this season, MIT senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) was selected for NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week accolades as announced by the league on Monday. In a 2-0 week for the Engineers, she tallied 10 goals, two assists, eight draw controls, and four groundballs.
  • Women’s Lacrosse Tops Smith, 22-6, and Clinches Share of NEWMAC Regular Season Title on Senior Day
    April 28, 2018
    A 13-2 first-half run gave MIT a lead it would not relinquish as it went on to defeat Smith College, 22-6, in NEWMAC women’s lacrosse action on Saturday. The Engineers also secured a share of the regular season title, the program’s first, due to a tie for the top spot in the conference standings. Junior Cecilia McCormick (Islip, NY.) tallied eight goals and three assists for MIT, tying the program record for points in a game which was established by Laura Wacker ‘13 in 2013. Emily Biggs powered the Pioneers with two goals, one assist, and three draw controls.
  • Notarangelo Breaks Draw Control Records, Several Milestones Reached in 18-16 Win Over Coast Guard
    April 25, 2018
    With an 18-16 win over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the MIT women’s lacrosse team registered its program-record eighth straight victory on Wednesday. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) posted seven goals and an assist, becoming the first player in program history to eclipse 100 points for the season and 300 points in a career. Senior Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) collected 15 draw controls, breaking the Institute single-game record of 12 that was set by Laura Watson ’08. She also increased her season draw control total to 93, surpassing the mark of 91 that was established by Kira Schott ’16 in 2014.
  • Emily Young Named NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week
    April 23, 2018
    For the second time this season, MIT senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) was selected for NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week honors as announced by the conference on Monday. The recipient of the Engineers’ second straight weekly accolade, she tallied 12 goals and six assists for 18 points while collecting 12 draw controls in a pair of wins last week.
  • MIT Defeats Wheaton, 23-11; Flooks Breaks Season Assists Record
    April 21, 2018
    A string of six straight goals during a seven-minute span in the first half gave MIT a lead it would not relinquish as it went on to defeat Wheaton College, 23-11, in NEWMAC women’s lacrosse action on Saturday. In the victory, junior Ana Flooks (Weston, Conn.) broke the MIT record for assists in a season which was quickly matched by senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) as they have both dished out 31 helpers and eclipsed the mark of 30 set by Casey Flynn ’10 in 2010.
  • Big First Half Propels Women’s Lacrosse to 16-4 Win Over Emerson
    April 18, 2018
    The MIT women’s lacrosse team opened the game with 11 unanswered goals before cruising to a 16-4 win over Emerson College in NEWMAC action on Wednesday night. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) racked up six goals, two assists, and three draw controls for the Engineers.
  • Katie Notarangelo Named NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week
    April 17, 2018
    MIT senior Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) was tabbed for NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week honors as announced by the league on Tuesday. In a 2-0 week for the Engineers, she tallied 11 goals, 16 draw controls, eight groundballs, and six caused turnovers while converting all six of her free-position attempts.
  • Engineers Hold Off Westfield State for 12-11 Win
    April 14, 2018
    Westfield State University came within one goal on two occasions late in regulation but it could not overcome the deficit as the MIT women’s lacrosse team held on for a 12-11 non-conference victory on Saturday night. Senior Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) racked up four goals, six groundballs, six draw controls, and five caused turnovers for the Engineers.
  • Late Surge Powers MIT Past Babson, 17-14
    April 11, 2018
    Tied at 14 with 3:55 remaining in regulation, senior Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) buried three consecutive free-position shots over the course of three minutes to help MIT defeat Babson College, 17-14, in a NEWMAC women’s lacrosse game on Wednesday. She finished the day with seven goals, including a 4-of-4 performance from eight meters, while also collecting 10 draw controls for the Engineers.
  • Strong Second Half Powers Women's Lacrosse to 17-6 Win Over Wellesley
    April 07, 2018
    MIT tallied eight consecutive goals in the second half to help it capture a 17-6 victory over Wellesley College in NEWMAC women’s lacrosse action on Saturday. Senior Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) amassed five goals, four draw controls, and two caused turnovers for the Engineers while Dacia Persky powered the Blue with three goals and two assists.
  • Engineers Rally to Defeat Bridgewater State, 11-7
    April 03, 2018
    Trailing 6-3 early in the second half, the MIT women’s lacrosse team put together an 8-1 game-ending run to capture an 11-7 come-from-behind victory over Bridgewater State University on Tuesday night. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) tallied four goals, including the 200th of her career, while dishing out three assists for the Engineers.
  • Emily Young Named NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week
    April 02, 2018
    MIT senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) was tabbed for NEWMAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week honors as announced by the league on Monday. In a 2-1 week for the Engineers, she tallied 14 goals, six assists, 20 points, and 20 draw controls while breaking a pair of program records.
  • Young Breaks Career Points Record in MIT’s 19-4 Win Over Mount Holyoke
    March 31, 2018
    The MIT women’s lacrosse team rattled off nine unanswered goals during the last 32:53 of regulation to pull away for a 19-4 victory over Mount Holyoke College in NEWMAC action on Saturday. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) led all players with nine points on seven goals and two assists, helping her break the Institute record of 248 career points which was set by Hannah Levy ’17. Kaitlin Braz powered the Lyons with two goals and three draw controls.
  • Women's Lacrosse Falls to Roanoke, 21-12; Young Breaks Career Goals Record
    March 28, 2018
    Roanoke College outscored MIT, 12-5, in the first half and used a series of runs to maintain a comfortable margin en route to a 21-12 victory in a non-conference women's lacrosse tilt on Wednesday night. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) tallied three goals and one assist, eclipsing the program's career goals record of 188 that was set by former teammate Hannah Levy '17.
  • Late Run Helps Engineers Secure 17-13 Win over Bridgewater
    March 26, 2018
    A 5-1 run that spanned six minutes late in the second half helped MIT pull away from Bridgewater College and register a 17-13 victory in non-conference women's lacrosse action on Monday afternoon. Junior Cecilia McCormick (Islip, N.Y.) amassed seven goals and two assists for the Engineers.
  • Springfield Defeats MIT, 15-8, in NEWMAC Women's Lacrosse Opener
    March 24, 2018
    Springfield College put together a series of runs in both halves to pull away for a 15-8 victory over MIT in the NEWMAC women's lacrosse opener for both teams on Saturday. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) powered the Engineers with three goals and one assist while collecting four draw controls.
  • Women's Lacrosse Falls to Endicott, 17-11
    March 16, 2018
    Six-goal runs in both halves helped power Endicott College to a 17-11 victory over MIT in a non-conference women's lacrosse game on Friday night. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) tallied three goals, three assists, and six draw controls for the Engineers while Erin McCarthy recorded a game-high four goals to go along with an assist for the Gulls.
  • No. 12 Tufts Tops Engineers, 21-10
    March 10, 2018
    Nationally-ranked No. 12 Tufts University outscored MIT, 8-3, in the second half to pull away for a 21-10 victory in non-conference women's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon. Senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) tallied three goals, five assists, and six draw controls for the Engineers.
  • Plymouth State Defeats MIT, 17-11
    March 03, 2018
    A 7-2 run by Plymouth State University during the first half helped it claim a lead it would not relinquish as it went on to defeat MIT, 17-11, in a non-conference women's lacrosse game on Saturday. Senior Katie Notarangelo (Foxboro, Mass.) generated a game-high six goals for the Engineers while Sam Sullivan posted five goals and three groundballs for the Panthers.
  • Women’s Lacrosse Opens Season with 16-15 Overtime Win at Keene State
    February 28, 2018
    Junior Ana Flooks (Weston, Conn.) converted a free-position shot with 14 seconds left to force overtime and then connected on a pass from senior Emily Young (La Jolla, Calif.) just 36 seconds into the extra session to give the MIT women’s lacrosse team a 16-15 victory over Keene State College on Wednesday afternoon. Young finished with a game-high seven points as the first of her five goals helped her become the fifth player in program history to record 200 career points.
  • Women's Lacrosse Tabbed for Third in NEWMAC Preseason Poll
    February 19, 2018
    The recipients of one first-place vote, the MIT women's lacrosse team was picked to finish third in the NEWMAC Coaches Preseason Poll.