Women of Troy win second lacrosse conference title in two years
The win means an automatic berth in the upcoming NCAA championships
The top-seeded USC lacrosse team won its 10th consecutive game in a 16-11 victory over second-seeded Colorado to claim the 2017 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament title and secure back-to-back league championships April 30, at McAlister Field. The win gives the Women of Troy receive the MPSF’s automatic qualifier bid into the upcoming NCAA championships. It is the Trojans’ third consecutive berth in the NCAA tournament.
Senior attacker Gabby McMahon was selected as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player and was joined on the all-tournament team by senior attacker Michaela Michael, junior goalie Gussie Johns, and freshman midfielder Kaeli Huff.
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