Nick Burdi and Kelsi Worrell earned the adidas High Performance Athlete of the Year awards.
Cards fall 12-10
Cards win 16-9
The Cardinals concluded the remarkable 2014 campaign ranked 11th in the final IWLCA poll.
Nikki Boltja is the program's first to earn All-America honors twice in her career.
Louisville Lacrosse v Northwestern | NCAA First Round
Louisville Lacrosse Selection Show
Louisville Lacrosse Community Outreach | ACC Tournament
Louisville Lacrosse v Duke | ACC First Round
Louisville Lacrosse v Syracuse
Sophomore Season (2014): Named an IWLCA second team All-American as a sophomore ... selected as a Tewaarraton Trophy nominee ... also earned IWLCA all-West Region honors ... selected as the BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year ... earned All-BIG EAST First Team honors ... named BIG EAST Women's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week for the week of April 8 ... appeared in and started all of the Cards' 20 games ... scored 43 goals and tallied 12 assists to total 55 points ... led the team with 169 draw controls ... finished second on the team with 33 ground balls ... credited with three game-winning goals ... scored in 16 of the team's 20 games ... finished the season with a .693 shot on goal percentage and averaging 2.15 goals per game ... recorded 10 or more draw controls seven times on the year ... set a school record with 14 draw controls against Cincinnati on April 6 ... scored a career-best seven goals against Rutgers on April 19 ... notched six scores against Detroit on Feb. 16 ... nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy, awarded to the nation's most outstanding player.Freshman Season (2013): Named to the Synapse Sports all-Rookie Team ... earned second team all-BIG EAST honors, becoming the first freshman to achieve the feat in school history ... had one of the best freshman campaigns in recent history ... started 16 of 17 games, scoring 43 goals and earning two assists ... goal total is the second most among freshmen in program history ... registered 10 hat tricks, with a season-best five goals against both Old Dominion and Georgetown ... won 66 draw controls, third most in school history ... ranked 24th nationally in draw controls per game (3.9) ... had a draw control in every game, and totaled at least two in all but three games ... forced 21 turnovers and collected 18 ground balls ... twice caused a season-high four caused turnovers: Canisius and Connecticut ... recorded a season-best seven draw controls against Detroit ... scored four goals and had four caused turnovers, two ground balls, and two caused turnovers in collegiate debut against Canisius ... was named the WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week for the performance ... tied Bergan Foley and Sierra Smith-Hart for most goals in a Louisville debut.
Prep: Started the lacrosse program at Bowmanville High and served as the player-coach the first season ... two-time LOSSA lacrosse champion (2011-12) ... school's athlete of the year twice (2010, 2012) ... co-captain of the U-19 Canadian National Lacrosse Team ... won bronze medal at the U-19 World Cup in Hannover, Germany ... selected to the All-World Team and named MVP of the bronze medal game ... 2010 hockey team LOSSA champion.
Personal: Daughter of Mark and Stephanie Morissette ... birthday is Jan. 9 ... has one brother ... majoring in exercise science.