EUGENE, Ore. - Four University of Oregon women's lacrosse players were among the 173 student-athletes named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches 2012 Academic Honor Roll. All student-athletes were nominated by their schools and have achieved at least junior status academically.
Federighi enjoyed a historic season for the Ducks in goal last year as she set the all-time school record for single-season goals against average with 9.5. She also ranks first in career individual goals against average with 9.43.
Bennett, who graduated in the spring with a degree in Human Physiology, was named to the all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation second team for her efforts this past season as well as the MPSF All-Academic list, showing her prowess both on and off the field.
A communications disorders and sciences major, junior Shannon Propst was also a second-team all-MPSF performer and also found herself on the MPSF all-academic list. Her 34 goals this past season were second best on the team and she was also second in assists on the season with 19.
Dominique Christiansen, a business major, had a total of 11 points during the 2012 season. Christiansen comes back to UO for a fifth year and looks to continue her success on and off the field. She was also named to the MPSF all-academic list.