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Women’s lacrosse: Boyertown grad Harman named co-captain for 2012 season

Friday, 2nd December 2011

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/2/11
From Press Release

Seniors Ashley Harman (Boyertown), Melissa Maier (Farmingdale, N.Y.), Laura Connors (Manhasset, N.Y.) and , along with redshirt junior Kara Secora (Denver, Colo.) will serve as captains of 2012 University of Denver team, fourth-year head coach Liza Kelly announced.

“I am excited to see this foursome lead us into the 2012 season,” Kelly said. “They all bring different personalities to the role of captain, which will both complement and push one another to reach their potential as team leaders.”

A two-time selection to the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Second Team, Harman is third on DU’s goalie record book in all-time goals against average with 10.11 per game.

“Ashley is the type of leader that is willing to be brutally honest with her teammates,” Kelly said. “She is passionate about Denver Lacrosse and is determined to make this team reach its potential.”

Maier stared all 16 games last season, recording 16 points on 13 goals and three assists. In her career, Maier has played 54 games with 47 starts.

Connors has played 20 career games, including 15 last season, and collected nine groundballs.

Secora has been voted All-MPSF First Team in each of the past two seasons. The midfielder ranked seventh in the nation in assists and 11th in points last season. “Kara has led us on the offensive end for the past two seasons,” Kelly said. “She is an incredibly smart player, who works hard to make everyone else around her better.”

The Pioneers return 17 players, including nine starters, from the 2011 squad that finished second in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular season. All-MPSF selections Secora, Kate Henrich (Germantown Academy/Lansdale, Pa.), Alex Befus (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Harman, Jenn Etzel (Bel Air, Md.) and Lauren Ciccomascolo (Ladera Ranch, Calif.) return to this year’s lineup.

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