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However, the way the season ended was hardly a microcosm of how things went. Not only did the Saints raise the bar and reestablish themselves as a contender in the MAAC, but they had many memorable moments along the way. Mikel broke the single-season program record for points (67) and assists (21) on her way to earning All-MAAC First Team honors. Sophomore Amanda Corso stepped up in a big way on defense, causing 26 turnovers and joined Mikel on the First Team while midfield stalwart Erin Hepper earned Second Team honors. For her efforts in re-energizing the


Amanda Corso


program, Andrea Duffy was named the Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year.


2010 proved that the Saints could contend in the league as the program provided the groundwork for what they hope is many more successful years down the road with a MAAC Championship no longer a distant dream. With almost all of their key players set to return in 2011, Siena women’s lacrosse should have no trouble meeting and perhaps surpassing those expectations.


Erin Hepper 2011 SIENA COLLEGE LACROSSE


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