Stags Win 2021 MAAC Championship

Stags Win 2021 MAAC Championship

The 2021 MAAC Champions

Women's Lacrosse visits #4 Boston College in NCAA Championship, Friday at 1 p.m.

For the third consecutive season and the sixth time in program history, Fairfield University Women's Lacrosse is the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Champion. The top-seeded Stags shut down visiting second-seed Siena on Sunday by a score of 12-8 to hoist the trophy on Conway Field at Rafferty Stadium. Laura Field claimed her third MAAC Championship as head coach of the Stags and her fifth as a member of the Fairfield coaching staff.

Caroline Mangan ’22 was named the Championship MVP as the anchor of the Fairfield defense. Mangan totaled eight caused turnovers in Fairfield's three postseason games en route to MVP honors. She was joined on the All-Championship Team by Diana DeVita ’21, Kelly Horning ’21, Maggie Reynolds ’21 and Libby Rowe ’23.

The championship win secures the fifth NCAA postseason bid in program history for the Stags. Fairfield travels to #4 Boston College to challenge the Eagles on Friday, May 14 at 1 p.m. in the NCAA Championship First Round.

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Last modified: 05-14-21 9:31 AM

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