May 9, 2010

Last-Second Goal Lifts Monroe to JuCo Title

from staff reports

Monroe's Allyn Parrino an Onondaga defender during the Tribunes' 8-7 victory in the NJCAA women's lacrosse championship game.

© Greg Wall

HERKIMER, N.Y. -- Theresa Catteau's goal as time expired lifted Monroe Community College women's lacrosse to an 8-7 victory over defending junior college champion Onondaga Community College in the NJCAA championship game in Herkimer, N.Y.

The goal from Catteau gave the Tribunes their first national title in women's lacrosse. Monroe lost to Onondaga in last season's championship game.

"We've only been a program for four years and I think a lot of credit goes to Section V high school coaches for being phenomenal in developing players," MCC coach Craig Chamberlain told the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. "Making Rochester such a hotbed in lacrosse has really helped us."

Catteau, the tournament MVP, was fouled with one second left while attempting to drive to the cage. She scored on the free shot to give MCC (15-3) the title.

Neither team led by more than a goal the entire game.



Lacrosse Magazine on Facebook

FOLLOW THEM features news, scores and standings tailored to your favorite teams.

» NCAA Division I Men
» NCAA Division I Women
» NCAA Division II Men
» NCAA Division II Women
» NCAA Division III Men
» NCAA Division III Women
» MCLA Division I Men
» MCLA Division II Men
» U.S. Senior Men
» U.S. Senior Women
» U.S. U19 Men
» U.S. U19 Women
» U.S. Indoor Men

// show either all first or all second banners