This is the seventh in our eight-part Summer Year-In-Review Series. Each Monday, we will recap one of the top stories from the 2013-14 year. In Part Seven, we move ahead into the spring and late April, revisiting a record-setting season for junior women's lacrosse player Danielle Entrot.
Entering her junior season, Danielle Entrot already had made a pretty good name for herself on the lacrosse field.
She already ranked in the top 11 all-time for career goals (116, 10th) and career points (148, 11th).
She was a second-team All-Centennial Conference and All-Metro Region selection as a sophomore.
She had registered at least one point in 34 of her 37 collegiate games.
She had the most goals and points of any freshman in program history.
She had the most goals of any sophomore in program history.
Then came her junior season:
• No fewer than one point in every game.
• 14 hat tricks in 20 games
• Three five-goal games
• Three five-assist games
• Four games with eight or more points
• A single-season program-record 100 points
• First-team All-Centennial Conference honors
• Second-team All-Metro Region accolades
• Second-team All-ECAC South honors
Entrot led the team with a single-season program-record 100 points, ranking second in both goals (61) and assists (39). Her point total led the Centennial Conference while her goal total ranked third. With 247 career points, she already ranks second all-time while her 176 career goals is third all-time. Starting all 20 games, she is second on the team with 64 draw controls while adding 29 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers.
Entrot will enter her senior season, needing just 19 goals to break Brittney Baer's all-time goals record of 194. She will also need just 41 points to eclipse Sandi Stevens' 26-year-old points record of 287.