2011: Started all 12 games as a senior…netted 50 goals and five assists for 55 total points…also tallied 44 ground balls, 44 draw controls and 17 caused turnovers – a new SJC single-season record…paced the Royal Blue in goals, points, shots (116), shots on goal (87), game-winners (3), free-position goals (6) and caused turnovers…garnered GNAC Offensive Player of the Year honors and was named First Team All-Conference for the third consecutive season…collected GNAC Player of the Week and ECAC Offensive Player of the Week accolades on March 28th…also listed on the conference weekly honor roll twice during her senior season…selected as the SJC Athletics Co-Female Athlete of the Year…led the GNAC in goals per game (4.17) and shots per game (9.67) and ranked second in the conference in points per contest (4.58)…also ranked 16th in NCAA DIII Women’s Lacrosse in goals per game and 64th in points per game…became the first player in SJC women’s lax history – and just the second in GNAC history - to reach the 200-goal plateau with a marker versus St. Joseph (CT) on April 20th…a three-time team captain and the first four-year women’s lacrosse player at St. Joe’s…set program single-game records with 13 points and 20 draw controls in a win over Maine-Farmington on March 22nd…collected another single-game mark with 24 shots in a victory over Emmanuel College on April 13th…netted 10 goals versus Maine-Farmington on March 22nd and duplicated the feat against Emmanuel on April 13th…scored at least four goals in six different games and had at least one marker in all 12 contests…netted game-winners versus Thomas, Emmanuel and St. Joseph (CT)…tied a team record with two free-position goals in a win over Husson on March 28th…capped her career with 25 program records…ranks as the Monks’ all-time leader in games (54), goals (203), points (231), shots (428), shots on goal (338), game-winners (10), man-up goals (8), free-position goals (24), free position shots (57), ground balls (182) and caused turnovers (56).
2010: Played in all 15 games with 14 starts…led the Monks with a career-high and single-season record 61 goals and added four assists…also paced the Royal Blue in ground balls with 71…notched 26 draw controls and 13 caused turnovers…ranked 2nd in the GNAC in goals (61), 3rd in ground balls (71), 4th in goals per game (4.07) and 5th in points (65)…ranked 16th in NCAA DII in ground balls and 24th in goals per game…named GNAC Player of the Week on March 23rd…scored at least three goals in 12 different games…notched three consecutive six-goal efforts to kick off the season…became the first player in team history to reach the 100-goal plateau with a tally against Thomas College on March 18th…poured in an SJC single-season record 10 goals against Mount Ida College on March 26th…served as a team captain for the second-straight year…capped her junior season as the program’s all-time leader in goals (153), shots (312), ground balls (138) and caused turnovers (39)…earned her second consecutive First Team All-GNAC honor and third All-Tournament accolade following the season.
2009: Started in 14 games...notched 46 goals, which is the Monks single season record...dished five assists and recorded 51 total points...nine free position goals and finished the season with 107 shots...Awarded First Team All Conference.
2008: Played in 13 games, starting 12...notched 46 goals and career best 14 assists totaling a team high 66 points...recovered 37 ground balls...named to the weekly honor roll four times...All Tournament Team honors.
High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse for Liz Doucette at Wakefield Memorial High School, making the Division 3 State Tournament Junior Year...captain senior year... Offensive Player of the Year Award 2006...Middlesex League First-Team All-Star senior year...led the team in scoring Junior and Senior Year...played three years varsity basketball, making the Division 3 State Tournament three years and North Semi-Finals Senior Year...captain senior year...3-point shot percentage at 51%...second leading rebounder senior year...AAU Mass Storm Basketball- All Star...played two years varsity soccer, making the Division 3 State Tournament two years in a row.
Personal: Alyssa Marie Marchant, born on April 21, 1989 in Stoneham, Ma...daughter of Tom and Donna Marchant...majoring in Nursing.
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