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Women's Lacrosse Lands Four on IWLCA All-Region Squad

Women's Lacrosse Lands Four on IWLCA All-Region Squad

Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College women's lacrosse senior tri-captain Jen Durocher (Longmeadow, Mass.) and first-year Lilianna Khosrowshahi (Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.) were each named to the 2019 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Berkshire Region First Team, while Bantam sophomore Sophie Berger (Bryn Mawr, Pa.) and first-year Anna Costello (Milton, Mass.) graced the IWLCA All-Region Second Team. Trinity, led by Head Coach Katy Dissinger (5th season), finished the 2019 season with a 9-7 overall record and tied with Bates for seventh place in the NESCAC with a 4-6 league record.  The Bantams qualified for the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the 15th time and the 13th year in a row, falling to Tufts, 12-5, in the quarterfinal round, .

Durocher anchored the Trinity defense that allowed less than 10 goals per game, finishing second on the Bantams in ground balls with 28 (tied) and caused turnovers with 24 while playing in every game with 15 starts. She finished her fine career with 57 ground balls and 40 caused turnovers in 35 games and 32 starts despite missing all but two games over her first two seasons due to injury. An alum of Longmeadow High School, Durocher graduated from Trinity this month with a degree in neuroscience.  She is the daughter of James and Donna Durocher.  Khosrowshahi made an immediate impact as a rookie attacker this spring, scoring a team-high 32 goals and adding seven assist for 39 points (2nd on team). She took a team-high 75 shots, scored nine times in 21 free-positions, scooped nine ground balls, and caused six turnovers in 15 games and 13 starts.  Khosrowshahi recorded 11 multi-goal games including six games with three or more scores. A graduate of the Hackley School and also a member of Trinity's women's soccer team, she is the daughter of Chandler and Kaveh Khoswowshahi.

Berger led the Bantams with 42 points on 23 goals and a team-high 19 assists. She took 57 shots and was 10-for-18 on free positions, while adding seven ground balls in 16 games and 14 starts at attacker this spring.  She recorded four or more points in a game five times, including a six-goal effort in a win against Connecticut College. An English major and graduate of Friends Central High School, she is the daughter of Eric and Jessica Berger.  Costello gave an immediate boost to the Bantam defense that allowed less than 10 goals per game as a first-year this spring. She led the team with both 34 caused turnovers (3rd in NESCAC) and 35 ground balls while starting all 16 contests. A graduate of Thayer Academy and psychology major, she is the daughter of Frank and Gina Costello.

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