1990 Women's Lacrosse Team
The first St. Lawrence University women's athletic team to appear in a national championship game, the 1990 Saint women's lacrosse team went 15-1 and finished as NCAA Division III runner-up in one of the greatest seasons for any Saint women's athletic team.
The Saints took a 15-game win streak into the national semifinals against top-seeded Roanoke and came away an impressive 14-7 winner. The Saints' dream of a national title came one goal short in a 7-6 loss to Ursinus, but it was a season which will rank among the best ever. It included the Saints' first ever NYSWCAA championship, a perfect 11-0 regular season record and six players on the national All America team, including four on the first team.
Coach Dotty Hall was named NCAA Division III Coach of the Year and Andrea Ribaudo, Alison Rogers, Lisa Sher and Vicki Pierce were named first team All America. Margaret Chandler was a second team All America and goaltender Nikki Williams, who set the single-season record for goals against average and save percentage, was honorable mention.