Baas and Goslee Share Women's Lacrosse MVP Honors
May 2, 2014
MILWAUKEE - The Marquette University women's lacrosse team held its annual team banquet on Friday evening in downtown Milwaukee to recognize its seniors and four team award winners.
Sophomores Hayley Baas and Elizabeth Goslee were recognized as co-most valuable players for their outstanding achievements this season. Baas, an All-BIG EAST Conference Second Team selection, led the Golden Eagles with a team-high 28 goals and 25 caused turnovers (third in the BIG EAST), while ranking second on the squad in ground balls with 26. The Cincinnati, Ohio native scored in all but three games this season and ended the year on a six-game scoring streak.
Goslee, also an All-BIG EAST Conference Second Team performer, was a stalwart on the Marquette defensive unit, ranking second on the squad in caused turnovers (21) and third in ground balls (24). She was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor roll on April 22 after posting a career-high five caused turnovers and four ground balls against Temple on April 17.
Goslee was also given the Hustle Award for the second-consecutive year.
Sophomore Molly O'Brien took home the team's Most Improved Player Award. The Winnetka, Ill., native collected 10 ground balls, earned three draw controls and forced five turnovers in 17 appearances for the Blue and Gold in 2014.
Sophomore goalkeeper Emma Salter, earned the "MU Rah Rah" Award for the second-straight year. The New York native was praised for her dedication and enthusiasm for the women's lacrosse program and Marquette University. Salter appeared in seven contests for the Golden Eagles, and snagged 12 saves.
Co-Most Valuable Players: Hayley Baas, Elizabeth Goslee
Most Improved Player: Molly O'Brien
Hustle Award: Elizabeth Goslee
"MU Rah Rah" Award: Emma Salter