Each Husky that earned the award saw time in at least three games in 2014
Kahn registers four goals in 15-4 victory over Golden Eagles
Honoress showed success in both academics and athletics
Connecticut won its first two BIG EAST games of the season this weekend.
M.E. Lapham finished with seven points for Connecticut.
UConn vs Georgetown Big East Semi (photo by Stephen Slade)
UConn vs Florida Lacrosse
The Huskies defeated Villanova, 13-6, at the George J. Sherman Family Sports Complex in Storrs
Emily Anderson Photos
AS A SENIOR (2015): Started all 18 games for the Huskies… Named to the All-Big East First Team after finishing with a career-high 30 points… Tallied 28 goals after totaling just 10 goals in her first three years combined… Led the Huskies with 51 draw controls and her 26 ground balls ranked fifth on the team… Was one of six Connecticut players to finish with double-digit (18) caused turnovers… Scored a career-high five goals in UConn’s season opener against James Madison (Feb. 15)… Tabbed the Big East Midfielder of the Week twice throughout the season.
AS A JUNIOR (2014): Appeared in 15 games this season, starting six of them... Recorded a game-high six draw controls vs. Quinnipiac (Feb. 22), and her 17 draw controls were the third-highest total among UConn players... Had a ground ball against Quinnipiac, Louisville (March 17) and Cincinnati (April 19)... Finished the year with five ground balls and three caused turnovers.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Appeared in nine games as a sophomore... Had four points on three goals and one assist... Took seven shots during the season, six of which were on goal...Was third on the team with 26 draw controls.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Appeared in all 16 games as a freshman... Led all freshmen with eight points on seven goals and one assist to go with 20 draw controls... Notched three goals against No. 18 Boston College (March 2)... Tallied two goals and three draw controls against Sacred Heart (March 16).
BEFORE UCONN: An Honorable Mention All-American by U.S. Lacrosse, she was tabbed All-State three times in her high school career... Anderson was named First Team All-Conference, team MVP and New Haven Register All-Area three times... finished her career as the school record holder with 245 goals... an Academic All-American, she led her senior squad to an undefeated conference championship... graduated in the top-10 in her high school class... a member of the National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Emily Kirsten Anderson... daughter of Eric and Ann Anderson... has four siblings, Kiley, Brinley, Molly and Bryce... born Nov. 17, 1993.