Freshman midfielder Christine Wright (Watertown, NY) had another huge week for the Clarkson University Women's Lacrosse team and was named as the Liberty League's Rookie of the Week on Monday for the fourth time this season.
Wright, who has helped lead the Knights to a 8-2 start, already the largest victory total in program history, scored 10 goals and assisted on five others in a 2-1 week for Clarkson. In a loss at St. Lawrence, Wright scored four goals and added five draw controls and two groundballs in the three-goal defeat. However, her biggest performances were held for the weekend when Clarkson swept a pair of road games at Vassar and Bard. Versus Vassar, she had five points on two goals and three assists as well as seven draw controls, and against Bard she had six points on four goals and two assists.
For the season, Wright ranks in the top 10 in the conference in goals per game (3.00), assists per game (1.50) and points (4.50), while ranking second in draw controls (5.10 per game). She leads the team with 45 points.
Senior Alyssa Cristaldi (North Syracuse, NY) was also named to the Liberty League Honor Roll. Cristaldi added to her season total with 10 goals and five assists, giving her 43 points this year.