Row 1 (L-R): Madeline Schuck, Lindsay Rinefierd, Morgan Dillon, Lauren Ciccarello, Erin Wilson.
Row 2 (L-R): Assistant Coach Hannah Rudloff, Erin Cleary, Ariel Kramer, Lauren Hall, Jennifer Walker, Jori Procaccini, Kelsey Heckler, Alyssa Littin, Laura Lucchesi, Ashley Miller, Ashley Casiano, Athletic Trainer Ali Catenacci.
Row 3 (L-R): Jessica Guarino, Kelly Condon, Amanda Tuck, Erin Betsch, Megan Walters, Shannon Haas, Lauren Cobb, Caitlyn Hinchey, Kellie Considine, Arielle Urban, Jessica Irvine, Head Coach Laura Campbell.
MAAC Championship Recap
The Marist Women's Lacrosse team held the top-seeded Fairfield Stags to a season-low seven goals en route to winning the 2010 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship, 9-7, on Leonidoff Field at Tenney Stadium. With the win, the Red Foxes claimed their second MAAC title in three seasons and an automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament.
Senior midfielder Erin Wilson was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player after scoring two goals with three ground balls. Seniors Lindsey Rinefierd and Madeline Schuck, sophomore attack Ariel Kramer, and freshman goalie Ashley Casiano were all named to the All-Tournament Team after the title game. Fairfield outshot Marist 27-19 for the game, including a 16-6 advantage in the second half but it was not enough. The Stags also had an 18-13 advantage in ground balls. Casiano made 12 saves in goal for the Red Foxes, as Katie Keenan had six saves for the Stags. Marist finished the season with a record of 10-8 after the team earned its second Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title and made its first NCAA Tournament appearance.
NCAA Tournament Recap
Marist advanced to the 2010 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship with the MAAC's automatic bid. The top-seeded Maryland Terrapins outshot the Red Foxes 29-4 in the first half on their way to an 11-2 halftime advantage before winning 20-5 at Ludwig Field. Sophomore attack Kelly Condon led Marist with four goals. Ariel Kramer had Marist's other goal and two assists.
Maryland outshot Marist 46-11 for the game, forcing 22 Red Fox turnovers. The Terrapins also held a 16-10 advantage in ground balls. Both Ashley Casiano and Alyssa Littin made four saves in goal for Marist. Johnson led Maryland with five goals, as Mollison and Amanda Spinnenweber each had hat tricks for the Terrapins. Marist finished the season with a record of 10-8 after the team earned its second Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title and made its first NCAA Tournament appearance.