The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) teams for Women’s Lacrosse were announced Monday and Whittier saw junior Lexie Meanor (Sewickley, PA) earn 2nd Team All-SCIAC recognition.
The Whittier College Women’s Lacrosse team ended their 2018 season Saturday at Occidental College attempting to spoil the Tigers Senior Night. But they couldn’t stop the top offense in SCIAC as they fell 23-7.
The Whittier College Women’s Lacrosse team had their offense shut down Wednesday night as they were held to just two goals on twelve shots, their lowest offensive output on the season as they fell 20-2 to the University of Redlands.
Junior Emily Hansen (Seal Beach, Calif.) led the Purple & Gold Saturday morning with four goals all coming in the first half but it wasn’t enough to top The College of Wooster as they fell 27-9 at Memorial Stadium.
Junior midfielder Lexie Meanor (Sewickley, PA) recorded her 100th career goal and totaled four goals on the game Thursday evening as the Whittier College Women’s Lacrosse team fell 9-8 to Augsburg University.
The Whittier College Women’s Lacrosse team remained in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play Saturday morning as they took on the Athenas of Claremont-M-S, ranked No. 23 in the Division III polls.
On Monday, February 19th, six fifth graders from View Park Elementary School experienced a day in the life of a Whittier College student-athlete. From training with the Whittier women’s lacrosse team to attending Whittier’s famously intimate science and math seminar-style courses, these fifth graders were able to see college life first-hand while also having fun and staying fit.
Junior Lexie Meanor (Sewickley, PA) recorded her 100th point in the 2018 season opener for Whittier College Women's Lacrosse as she finished with four goals and a caused turnover in a 16-5 loss to the University of Redlands.
Jess Hansen (Seal Beach, Calif.), Ashley Lindke (Pleasanton, Calif.) and Amy Buck (Beaverton, OR) were sent off on a high note Saturday morning as the Whittier College Women’s Lacrosse team came away with an exciting 15-13 win over Chapman University at Memorial Stadium.