Four Women's Lacrosse Players End Careers at Boston College
May 1, 1998
Wednesday afternoons game against the University of Connecticut marked the end of the collegiate careers of four members of the Boston College womens lacrosse team.
Danielle Wood of Montville, N.J. scored five goals in her last game at Boston College. Wood has played in 56 games tallying 119 points on 95 goals and 24 assists. She flourished in the role as offensive leader this year, leading the Eagles in goals scored with 42.
"She is the true offensive leader of our team, she executed every game," said Head Coach MaryAnn Foley. "She is the true definition of a student-athlete."
Maggie Berkery of Paradise Valley, Ariz. played in 58 games during her career. In that time she notched 51 goals and assisted on 29 goals. In her last game Wednesday afternoon, Berkery added one goal and two assists.
"Maggie has a sense of the game and a natural athletic ability that will sorely be missed," Foley said.
Alexandra Doyle of Boston, Mass. closed out her career posting two goals and two assists Wednesday afternoon.
"Alex contributed both on and off the field in many ways," said Foley. "Her lacrosse skills have improved drastically since she came here." For her career Doyle totaled 71 points on 39 goals and 32 assists in 56 career games.
Tina Margetis of Braintree, Mass. added two goals and one assist to her career totals Wednesday.
"Tinas a true competitor, her willingness to never be beaten and never give up will definately be missed." She has tallied 24 goals and added seven assists for 31 points in her career.
"As a class this group is full of personality," Foley said. "It has been a pleasure to to watch them develop both on and off the field."