Annual Commencement on National Mall Highlights Weeklong Activities
Walker Paces Colonials With Six Points in Win Over Hawks
Four Different Players Record Hat Tricks in Colonials' Win Over Mountaineers
Colonials Improve to 3-0 at Home for Second Time in Program History
Junior Attacker Nets Six Goals and Dishes Out Six Assists for 12-Point Game
2013: Started all 17 games during junior season...Finished seventh on team with 17 points...Tallied career-high 15 goals and dished out two assists...Netted career-high three goals against La Salle (April 5)...Tied career-high with three points in two separate contests, against La Salle and Duquesne (April 14)...Scored game-winning goals against George Mason (Feb. 27) and St. Bonaventure (April 12)...Took 38 shots and put 28 on goal...Tied for second on team with 32 ground balls...Won 14 draw controls, including career-high four at Mount St. Mary's (March 13)...Caused 12 turnovers...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.
2012: Appeared in 16 games and logged 12 starts...Scored eight goals and recorded three assists for a total of 11 points...Recorded a point in first three contests of season...Ranked fifth on the team with 25 ground balls...Scored season-high three points against Mount St. Mary's (March 19) on the strength of two goals and an assist...Tallied season-high two goals in three different games...Picked up a career-high five ground balls against George Mason (Feb. 29)...Caused 11 turnovers, including a season-high two at George Mason and at La Salle (April 15)...Named to GW Department of Athletics and Recreation Academic Dean's List.
2011: Appeared in four games - Howard (Feb. 16), Mount St. Mary's (March 21), Temple (April 8) and Massachusetts (April 15) ... Won draw control against Minutewomen ... Named to Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall and spring semesters.
High School: Totaled 36 goals and 31 ground balls as a senior at Marriotts Ridge...Named 2010 First Team All-Howard County...Helped Mustangs to 16-2 overall record, Howard County co-championship, and No. 6 ranking in Washington Post Top 10...2010 US Lacrosse Academic All-American...Also an All-County distance runner for Marriotts Ridge cross country and indoor track and field teams.
Personal: Born Lindsey Grace DiAntonio on March 26, 1992, in Ellicott City, MD...Daughter of Rick and Dori DiAntonio...Father played lacrosse at Lehigh...Has an older sister, Sarah...Aspires to work for the Walt Disney Company...Computer science major.
Lacrosse Topped by George Mason, 11-9
Despite a four-goal performance from senior Michaela Lynch, the George Washington lacrosse team dropped a close one to George Mason, 11-9, Thursday night at ...
Lacrosse Drops Close Offensive Battle at La Salle, 13-11
The George Washington Lacrosse team held a one goal lead going into the second half, but eventually fell to Atlantic 10 rival La Salle, 13-11, on Sunday...
Lacrosse Falls to Richmond, 17-6
The George Washington lacrosse team dropped an Atlantic 10 game to the Richmond Spiders, 17-6, Friday afternoon at the GW Lacrosse Field.
Lacrosse Returns Home to Host Richmond on Friday
The George Washington lacrosse team will face a pair of A-10 contests this weekend. The Colonials host Richmond on Friday at 4 p.m. at the GW Lacrosse Field ...
Lacrosse Drops 14-11 Decision at Davidson
The George Washington Lacrosse team dropped a 14-11 decision to Atlantic 10 foe Davidson on Sunday afternoon at Richardson Stadium.
Lacrosse Edges St. Bonaventure in A-10 Opener, 10-9
On a rainy afternoon at the GW Lacrosse Field on the Mount Vernon Campus, the George Washington Lacrosse team edged St. Bonaventure, 10-9, to open Atlantic...
Lacrosse Opens A-10 Play This Weekend
After a week hiatus, the George Washington lacrosse team returns to action this weekend to open Atlantic 10 Conference play. The Colonials will host St....
Lacrosse Falls at Home to Delaware, 13-2
The George Washington lacrosse team was defeated by Delaware, 13-2, on Saturday afternoon at the GW Lacrosse Field on the Mount Vernon Campus.