M.E. Lapham was named First Team All-Region; Lauren Kahn Second Team All-Region
Two of UConn's attackers sat down for interviews at the end of the season.
Lapham is the first UConn player to earn back-to-back BIG EAST Honors since Shannon Burke in 2006-2007.
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.
The Huskies defeated Villanova, 13-6, at the George J. Sherman Family Sports Complex in Storrs
The Huskies honored seniors Colleen DeRonda, Megan Lally, M.E. Lapham, Stephanie Norton and Kiersten Tupper
M.E. Lapham photos
2012: Named to the All-BIG EAST First Team... Finished the season with 62 points on 48 goals and 14 assists... Broke the UConn scoring record and finished her career with 169 goals... Ranked second in UConn history with 204 points... Set a UConn record with a goal in 55 straight games... Finished her career ranked seventh all-time in the BIG EAST with 71 goals scored in league play... Ranked 11th all-time in the BIG EAST with 84 points in league play... Recorded six games with at least four goals and 10 games with at least three goals scored... Recorded 26 ground balls, 29 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers.
2011:Named to the All-BIG EAST First Team and IWLCA First Team All-Region... finished the season ranked first on the team with 55 goals and 63 points... added eight assists...... now ranks fourth in UConn history with 121 career goals... started all 16 games... set a new UConn record with 55 goals including 11 from free position shots... honored on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Feb 21) and as the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (Apr 25)... scored her 100th goal vs. Georgetown (Apr 1)... has scored a goal in her last 39 games dating back to March 7, 2009... recorded at least two goals in every contest this season... averaged 3.44 goals per game... registered five goals in four contests in 2010... scored the game-winner vs. Louisville (Apr 23)... ranked tied for fourth on the team with 18 ground balls... ranked third on the team with 18 caused turnovers... controlled 30 draws... registered a .478 shooting percentage and a .800 shots on goal percentage.
2010: Started 12 games at attack...led the team with 36 goals, including a team-best nine free-position goals...was second in overall points with 41...recorded nine multiple-point games, scoring three goals or more on eight occasions...responsible for three game-winning goals...second on the team with 31 draw controls...led the team in scoring in the season-opening contest against Massachusetts (2/20)...earned a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll following season opener...was 2-for-3 in free-position shots en route to a three-goal effort against Iona (2/24)...scored twice and had collected a pair of ground balls against Canisius (2/28)...led all with four goals versus Quinnipiac (3/3) while also winning a game-high five draws and picking up two ground balls...recorded a career-high nine points to lead Huskies in road win at Binghamton (3/7), scoring seven goals and adding two assists...also won four draw controls and picked up three ground balls in the game against the Bearcats...received BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week Honors on March 7...scored a game-high four goals, adding two assists, four draw controls and two caused turnovers against Marist (3/10)...added an assist to hat trick effort at Sacred Heart (3/13) in addition to two draw controls and two caused turnovers...held to one goal against St. Bonaventure (3/19), collecting three ground balls and winning three draw controls...had a hat trick and won a game-high five draw controls at Holy Cross (3/24)...recorded her second-consecutive hat trick with three goals at Rutgers (4/3)...missed the remainder of the season due to illness.
2009: Had an outstanding rookie season, playing in all 16 games...part of the starting lineup in 15...recorded at least one point in 15 games, recording a 12-game scoring streak...scored multiple goals in nine games...finished the season third in overall points (38) and second in goals scored (30)...led the way in BIG EAST play with 21 points and a team-best 18 goals...opened the year with a two-goal, one-assist performance against Vermont (2/21), including her first of 10 free-position goals...recorded her first career hat trick at Hofstra (2/25)...finished with an assist at Fairfield (2/28) and against New Hampshire (3/7)...had a season-high five draw controls at Marist (3/10), scoring twice and adding an assist...recorded a season-best five goals against Syracuse (3/14)...had a goal, an assist, a ground ball and a caused turnover against Harvard (3/18)...scored at least one free-position goal in three-straight games (3/21-3/29)...had a hat trick in Brown game (3/21), adding a season-high three caused turnovers...responsible for four goals, including the gamewinner, against Cincinnati (3/27)...scored one of three goals of a free-position in win over Louisville (4/3)...scored twice and had a pair of assists at Georgetown (4/5)...picked up two ground balls, caused two turnovers and won three draw controls in three-point performance (2G, 1A) against Rutgers (4/11)...scored a goal in each of the final two contests of the season against Holy Cross (4/15) and at Notre Dame (4/18).
Before UConn: Finished her four-year varsity career with 201 goals and 148 assists...was named to the All-Central New York First-Team following her junior season...captained the CBA squad as a senior...four-time letterwinner in soccer...received First-Team All-Central New York Honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...tallied 88 goals and 35 assists in her soccer career.
Personal: Mary E. Lapham...is undecided on a major...born on March 26, 1990.