Tartan Lacrosse Alumni Contributing at NCAA Programs

These former Tartans are impressing on a national stage.
Seven Tartan lacrosse alumni have made big moves as the NCAA season gets underway this month.

Maddie Barkate '19 opened the 2020 season at Harvard University recording the Crimson's first point of the season as a starting midfielder.

Ashlee Caruana '19 kicked off her collegiate career with two points on a goal and an assist in Rhodes College's season opener against Southwestern University.

Kevin Groeninger '19 currently has five points for the Bryant University Bulldogs, including a hat-trick in a 15-10 win over Boston University.

Cameron Manor '17, a junior cadet at the United States Military Academy West Point, notched four goals in the Black Knights' wins against Columbia and Marist.

Niki Miles '19 recorded two goals and two assists for Penn in a 17-6 win over Georgetown.

Emily Suh '18 got the start against Emmanuel College, leading the Embry-Riddle defensive unit.

Cailin Young '18 picked up three groundballs and won four draw controls as a midfielder for San Diego State in a season-opening loss to Stanford University.

Tartans also cracking varsity rosters this spring: Kevin Cox '16 (USAFA), Conrad Hampson '18 (Colby), Zane Handy '19 (Illinois Tech), Andrew Maita '18 (Washington and Lee), Trevor Peay '18 (Marquette), Stuart Pollard '19 (Holy Cross), Nick Shanks '16 (Tufts), Andy Shin '18 (M.I.T.), Erik Suh '16 (St. John's) and Koa Todd '19 (Utah).
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