Totaled three goals, four assists, two ground balls and two caused turnovers in 12 appearances ... Made starts against Drexel (2/19) and Virginia Tech (3/5) ... Scored goals against Howard (2/16), George Mason (3/2) and Duquesne (4/3) ... Two assists at James Madison (2/26).
Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team selection ... Started GW's final four games, scored 11 of 12 goals as the Colonials finished season with three wins in final four games ... Scored season-best four goals in victory over St. Bonaventure (4/16), tallied hat trick and four points against Saint Joseph's (4/9) ... Added four ground balls and two draws.
Prior to GW
2009 second team All-Division I selection and honorable mention All-Baltimore Metro by DigitalSports ... Named first team All-Baltimore County and All-Division I in helping Catonsville to Maryland 4A-3A state championship game in 2008 ... Played club lacrosse for Hero's 2009.
Leslie Abigail Sneeringer ... Born Oct. 4, 1991, in Catonsville, MD ... Daughter of Michael, Jr. and Holly Sneeringer ... Older brother, Elliot ... Marketing major.
2017 Lacrosse Season Outlook
GW gets the season underway Saturday as it plays host to Monmouth at at 1 p.m. at the GW Lacrosse Field on the Mount Vernon Campus.
GW Lacrosse Announces 2016-17 Captains and Leadership Council
The George Washington lacrosse program has named team captains and Leadership Council members for the 2016-17 season, head coach Tracy Coyne announced ahead ...
Lacrosse Unveils 2017 Schedule
Colonials to Host 10 Games at GW Lacrosse Field
GW Lacrosse Adds Kelyn Freedman as Assistant Coach
Former Georgetown Standout Joins Colonials' Coaching Staff
GW Lacrosse Celebrates Fifth Year of Colonial Harvest
Colonials Expand Annual Thanksgiving Basket Collection
GW Lacrosse Lands Three on IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
Colonials Receive Recognition for 10th Consecutive Season
@GWLacrosse Welcomes 10 Freshmen for 2016-17
Newcomers Will Join 16 Returning Letterwinners Next Season
@GWLacrosse Hands Out 2016 Team Awards
Hull, Wise Named Most Valuable Player, Defender