Honoress showed success in both academics and athletics
UConn records second most wins in program history, finishes 10-6 overall.
M.E. Lapham notched the 200th point of her career with a goal at 21:18 of the second half.
Women's lacrosse will end the regular season with home games on Friday at 4 p.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m.
2012: Appeared in six games, starting two as a senior... Tallied three ground balls and three caused turnovers on the season.
2011: Appeared in two games as a junior.
2010: Saw playing time against Iona (2/24) and at Sacred Heart (3/13)...took the field at Georgetown (4/5) as well.
Before UConn: Transferred from LeMoyne...started all four years on the lacrosse and soccer teams at Carthage...four-time NYSPHAA Scholar-Athlete...twice named an Academic All-American...received all-league honorable mention as a freshman...named to the league's first-team and All-North First-Team for three-consecutive seasons...led Carthage to consecutive Class B NYS Finals...was the 2008 Al Dingman Award for Commitment Recipient...played for the Star Riders Club lacrosse team for two seasons...three-year captain of Carthage soccer team...First-Team League All-Star...earned First-Team Section III All-Star accolades in 2006 and 2007...two-time All-North Second Team honoree and 2007 first-team honoree...named an alternate to the Empire State Games squad in 2005.
Personal: Colleen A. DeRonda...is an English major...born Sept. 10, 1989.