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Three Bobcats Named All-Conference in Lacrosse

Contact: Jim Stephan


Lindsey Hart (left) and Becky Oxman (center) were named to the first team while Molly Wurdack (right) made the second team in All-American Lacrosse Conference voting.

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    ATHENS, Ohio – Ohio’s Lindsey Hart and Becky Oxman have been named first team All-American Lacrosse Conference in voting by its coaches, the league announced today. Also, Bobcat defender Molly Wurdack was selected to the second team.

    This is Hart’s second straight year being voted onto the first team. A senior midfielder, she finished the 2003 season with 49 goals and 57 points, both team-highs. Hart also led the Bobcats in shots (95), ground balls (42), caused turnovers (18) and draw controls (37). The Vineland, Ontario, native is Ohio’s all-time leader in career goals with 180 and career points with 236. She also holds single-season records for goals, points, ground balls and caused turnovers.

    Oxman, a midfielder from Byrn Mawr, Pa., is making her first appearance on the all-conference team. As a junior, she tallied 25 goals and 12 assists. She also finished with 60 shots on goal, 23 ground balls, 15 caused turnovers and 13 draw controls.

    Wurdack, a sophomore from Hudson, received second-team honors for the first time in her career. As the Bobcats’ top defender, she was matched against the opponent’s top attacker each match, recording 17 ground balls, seven caused turnovers and seven draw controls. She also earned her first career assist against Vanderbilt.

    In its first season under head coach Kate Brew, Ohio finished with a 5-10 record, including 1-5 in conference play.