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JMU's Ali Curwin helped the Dukes down Virginia Tech with four goals and two assists.

Curwin, Norcini Headline Weekly CAA Women's Lacrosse Award Winners -- Feb. 17

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          Release: 02/17/2014
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Richmond, Va. (February 17, 2014) –

 Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Lacrosse Weekly Honors


Ali Curwin • James Madison

Pittsford, N.Y./Pittsford Sutherland, Jr., Midfielder

Curwin came out firing in the Dukes’ season opener versus Virginia Tech, registering four goals and two assists in a solid, 14-11 victory. The junior, who earned preseason All-CAA honors, helped ignite a critical 6-1 JMU run after her second goal of the game knotted the contest at 3-3. The run allowed the Dukes to hold on for the win, while Curwin tied a game-high with six points overall.


Amanda Norcini • Drexel

Wayne, Pa./Conestoga, Sr., Midfielder

Norcini might play the midfield position, but the senior showcased her defensive abilities over the weekend to help Drexel down George Washington, 12-7. She forced a team-high three turnovers and impressively picked up eight ground balls -- one shy of a program record. On top of that, the Pennsylvania native added a career-high four goals and the Dragons won their opener for the seventh straight season.


Eva Winiarski • Drexel

Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown West, R-Fr., Midfielder

Winiarski only took one shot in her first career college game, but the freshman made it count, as it found the back of the net to give the Dragons a 3-2 lead over George Washington. Drexel went on to win, 12-7, but Winiarski’s tally put the team ahead for good. Winiarski finished with five draw controls as well and helped her first-year head coach, Hannah Rudloff, earn her first career coaching victory.