Irvine ’07 helps Trinity win women’s lacrosse title
Posted May 23, 2012
Caitlin Irvine ’07 and the Trinity women’s lacrosse team have won the school’s first NCAA lacrosse championship.
The Bantams handed top-ranked Salisbury their only loss of the year in a thrilling 8-7 final game, surviving a furious comeback by the Sea Gulls in the second half. Trinity ends the season with an overall record of 22-1, the best in the program’s history.
Irvine, who played attack, was a major contributor on offense this season. Her 46 goals ranks second on the team, and her 51 points was good for fourth. She also contributed 16 ground balls and 27 draw controls.
At Hotchkiss, Irvine played both varsity field hockey and varsity lacrosse in both of her two years. She was captain of the lacrosse team as a Senior, winning both the Neil H. Scott Field Hockey Prize and the Kelly Stone Lacrosse Prize that year.