Newcomers will join 17 returning letterwinners next season
A three sport athlete, Solomon earned the Radnor High School Alumni Award for Most Varsity Letters in 2017 ... as a senior, she anchored her team between the pipes to win the PIAA Lacrosse State Championship title ... recorded 174 saves that season, 5th overall in all Delco ... recognized on the Lacrosse All Delco 2017 list and was selected to the US Lacrosse National Tournament team ... also was a Lacrosse All Central League selection for 2016-2017 ... named Mainline Athlete of the Week in 2016 when she helped her team get to the PIAA Lacrosse State Finals ... ... as a member of the soccer team, she was recognized on the 2015 All-Delco team, was the varsity soccer Most Improved Player (2015), had a GAA=.5 with 10 shutouts (2015), and helped her team get to the PIAA District 1 AAA Playoffs (2016) and PIAA "Sweet 16" playoffs (2015) ... as a member of the basketball team, she was recognized as the offensive MVP (2014-15) scoring 184 points, reached the District Championship Tournament Play (2016-17), reached the PIAA District One Class AAAA state playoffs (2015-16), and helped secure her team's spot for third time in four years in PIAA AAAAA Girls Basketball State Championship Tournament (2016-17) ... also played for the Steps Elite Philadelphia club team for six years ... member of the National Honor Society ... recognized on the Distinguished Honor Roll with a 4.0 cumulative GPA ... received the Widener University NBC 10 High School Leadership Award, the Ambassador & Fellowship Award for the Friend Ship Circle (a nonprofit organization), and the HOBY Leadership Award ... also was a member of the Delaware County Leadership Academy.
Alexa Lou Solomon ... born on September 30, 1998 in Providence, Rhode Island ... parents are Karen and David Solomon ... has one brother, Jud, and one sister, Josie ... intends to major in engineering.
Lacrosse Welcomes Eleven Freshman for 2017-18
Eleven freshmen will join the George Washington lacrosse team this fall, head coach Tracy Coyne announced on Wednesday.
Lacrosse Lands On IWLCA Academic Honor Roll For 11th Consecutive Season
The George Washington lacrosse team has been tabbed an Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Division I Academic Honor Squad for...
Sands' Intuition Fuels Career Path
As a midfielder, Brooke Sands is used to controlling the pace of a game. At any given moment she can be on defense protecting the pipes, and then just...
Photo Essay: A Team Culture Captured
With a roster that featured 11 freshmen, the George Washington Lacrosse team began its preparations for the 2016-17 season by doing more than just running...
Two From Lacrosse Garner All-Atlantic 10 Honors
The George Washington lacrosse team earned two All-Atlantic 10 honors, the league announced on Wednesday. Graduate student defender Becca Taub was tabbed to ...
Lacrosse Falls to Saint Joseph's, 15-12, in Season Finale
Senior Cassidy Shollenberger tallied a career-high five points on four goals and one assist, but the George Washington lacrosse team fell to Saint JosephR...
Lacrosse Drops Duquesne, 9-7, to Close Out Home Schedule
Senior Michaela Lynch scored three goals and added two assists to match her career-high of five points to lead the George Washington lacrosse team to a 9-7...
Lacrosse Battles UMass But Falls 19-9
Jocelyn Donohue netted a hat trick while three teammates chipped in two goals apiece but the GW lacrosse team fell to Massachusetts in its penultimate...