Women's Lacrosse Holds Ceremony for Graduating Seniors
WASHINGTON- Members of the Catholic University women's lacrosse team were unable to attend the University's graduation exercises on Saturday, May 15, due to their NCAA tournament game against Salisbury University. That, however, did not stop the team from celebrating the accomplishments of the five outstanding student athletes.
Athletic Director Dr. Michael Allen held a graduation ceremony for the senior class on Saturday afternoon following the team's game in Salisbury, Md. Surrounded by friends, family, and teammates, each member of the Class of 2010 was given her diploma and honored for their committment to the University and the women's lacrosse team.
“Nobody ever wants to miss their graduation – especially with all of the hard work that goes into getting to that point," noted Allen. "But it was very special to be able to celebrate the academic accomplishments of our senior class with their parents, teammates, and coaches following the NCAA tournament game on Saturday. They have been a terrific class and while we are sorry to see them go, we are very proud of everything they have accomplished.”