Froccaro named BIG EAST Preseason Offensive Play of the Year
Villanova women’s lacrosse graduate student Jackie Froccaro was named the BIG EAST Preseason Offensive Play of the Year, announced by the conference Wednesday afternoon. Joining her on the Preseason All-BIG EAST Team is junior Sam Scarfogliero. The Wildcats were picked to finish fifth overall in the conference in the Preseason Poll.
Women's Lacrosse Announces 2016 Schedule
This season will include eight home contests, seven BIG EAST Conference games, and three games against 2015 IWLCA Division I ranked teams. Following the regular season, the Wildcats will set their sights on returning to the BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Tournament that will begin Thursday May 5th in Washington D.C.
Villanova Women’s Lacrosse team announces 2015 Fall Schedule
This fall the women's lacrosse team will be participate in three different play days.
Women's Lacrosse Welcomes Eight Newcomers from the Class of 2019
Villanova women's lacrosse Head Coach Julie Young and her staff are welcoming eight student athletes to the team.
Froccaro Named to Philadelphia Inquirer Women's Lacrosse Academic All-Area Team
Villanova women's lacrosse standout Jackie Froccaro (Sands Point, N.Y.) is among 12 student-athletes chosen for the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Women's Lacrosse Team. The
Froccaro Named Villanova Student-Athlete of the Month
Villanova senior attacker Jackie Froccaro has been named the Villanova Student-Athlete of the Month for April, as announced by the Office of Academic Support earlier this week.
Froccaro and Mucci Listed to BIG EAST All-Tournament Team
Nova seniors Jackie Froccaro and Jessica Mucci were named to the all-tournament team as both led the conference in their respective fields as Froccaro led the BIG EAST in draw controls (4.47) and Mucci led the field in assists (2.00 per game).
Villanova Puts up Valiant Effort in BIG EAST Tournament against No. 11/14 Florida
The Villanova women's lacrosse team (9-8, 4-4 BIG EAST) closed the books on the best season the program has seen in over a decade with a 18-8 loss over the No. 11/14 Florida Gators (13-5, 7-1 BIG EAST). However, the final score does not reflect the effort put forth by Head Coach Julie Young's squad who sent the Gators into the locker room at half with a close score of 8-4.