#9 on UMW's 2013-14 Top 10: Petrucelli's 80-Point Season Leads to 1st Team All-America Honors
Top 10 Moments from UMW Athletics in 2013-14
#10: Tailgating returns
#9: Petrucelli's Monster Season Leads to 1st team All-America Honors
#8: August 5
#7: August 6
#6: August 7
#5: August 8
#4: August 9
#3: August 11
#2: August 12
#1: August 13
Senior attacker Jenna Petrucelli turned in a season for the ages in gaining first team All-America honors in women's lacrosse to check in at #9 on the top 10 for UMW Athletics in 2013-14.
Petrucelli, a Cranbury, NJ native, was a 2014 first team All-American. She was also named first team all-region and first team all-conference this off-season, as well as the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) and Virginia State College Division Player of the Year. She broke the school season record with 85 draw controls and led CAC with 74 goals (sixth in the nation).
For her efforts, Petrucelli finished her outstanding career with 169 goals, good for seventh-best all-time in program history, and led the Eagles to a 13-5 overall record.