Vote For The Waldron Family Stadium Lacrosse Play Of The Year; Voting Ends May 29 At 12 p.m.
EMMITSBURG, Md. – It was an exciting year for the Mount St. Mary's men's and women's lacrosse teams after both squads advanced to the Northeast Conference Championship Game. Both teams had some great plays at Waldron Family Stadium and it is now time for the fans to decide the Waldron Family Stadium Play of the Year for both men's and women's lacrosse.
The nominees for Men's Lacrosse Play of the Year are: Christian Kellett's goal against VMI on Mar. 10, Mike Adkins' goal against Drexel on Mar. 17, Bryan Kane's goal against Maryland on Apr. 25, Chris Klaiber's save against VMI and Bryant Schmidt's goal against VMI.
On the women's side, the nominees for Play of the Year are: Jen Semler's goal against Johns Hopkins on Feb. 22, Kaitlyn Larrimore's goal against Longwood on Mar. 12, Larrimore's goal against Saint Francis (Pa.) on Mar. 25, the game-winner play against Central Connecticut State on Apr. 7 (Meaghan Conlon caused turnover, Esther Rufolo assist to Semler) and Erin Seipp's goal against Central Connecticut State.
Watch the video below and then select the play that you think was the Waldron Family Stadium Play of the Year for men's and women's lacrosse. Voting will be open until Tuesday, May 29 at 12 p.m. The winner will be announced on Facebook and Twitter.
|Christian Kellett goal against VMI|
|Mike Adkins goal against Drexel|
|Bryan Kane goal against Maryland|
|Chris Klaiber goal against VMI|
|Bryant Schmidt goal against VMI|
|Jen Semler goal against Johns Hopkins|
|Kaitlyn Larrimore goal against Longwood|
|Kaitlyn Larrimore goal against Saint Francis (Pa.)|
|The Game-winner against Central Connecticut State (Meghan Conlon caused turnover, Esther Rufolo assist to Jen Semler)|
|Erin Seipp goal against Central Connecticut State|