Women’s Lacrosse Sets NCAA Record for Offense

Keuka College averaged 20.88 goals per game and were +14.19 in scoring margin to lead the nation.
Keuka College averaged 20.88 goals per game and were +14.19 in scoring margin to lead the nation.

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. — The NCAA finalized the all the statistics from the 2018-19 seasons and the Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team was awarded for their performance.

The Wolves were named the NCAA Statistical Champions for Division III in both Scoring Offense and Scoring Margin. Keuka averaged 20.88 goals per game and were +14.19 in scoring margin to lead the nation.

Keuka College also broke the NCAA Division III Women's Lacrosse record for scoring offense. The 20.88 average by the Wolves topped the previous record of 19.83 goals per game set by the University of Mount Union in 2018.

The Green and Gold accomplished this with a balanced attack. Keuka had five players score 45 goals or more on the season and three top 50 and place in the top ten in a single season in program history. Madelaine Taylor led Keuka College with 62 goals on the year and Brenna Voigt was right behind her with 58.

Keuka College will start their fall women's lacrosse season in September with eyes on the start of the 2020 season in March.