2004 Season Highlights

Oct. 14, 2004

  • Senior Debbie Cheng left a permanent imprint on the women's lacrosse program, closing her career second on the all-time scoring chart in goals (102) and points (119). Fellow classmate Carri Chan finished as the program's all-time leader in caused turnovers (92). Senior Stephanie Hsu claimed the Institute's record for assists in a career (32) and ranks third in career points (100).
  • Sophomore Deanna Lentz set a new mark for assists in a season with 14 and is five assists shy of tying Stephanie Hsu's career record. She also tied the record for assists in a game (four) against Mount Holyoke, which she set in her rookie season. In the same game, Tech notched a new record for goals with a total of 21.
  • The Engineers posted a new mark in caused turnovers in game (24) against Smith and tied the season record of 136 which was established in 1999. Freshman Anna Ayuso broke the Institute record for caused turnovers in a game against Smith by tallying seven.
  • Sophomore Deanna Lentz and junior Kelsey Presson were named to the NEWMAC All-Conference First Team. Seniors Carri Chan, Christine Lin, Dian Chen, Maria Hidalgo, Stephanie Hsu, and sophomore Karen Hunter collected Conference All-Academic honors.
  • As a team, MIT ranked second in the NEWMAC in draw controls (10.91 per game) and caused turnovers (12.36), fourth in groundballs (18.73) and scoring offense (10.00 goals per game), and fifth in scoring defense (13.27 goals allowed per game).