Eastern hoops player breaks NCAA all-time lax goals mark

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ST. DAVIDS, Pa. – Eastern's Andrea Collesidis became the most prolific goal-scorer in the history of intercollegiate women's lacrosse after scoring five goals and adding two assists in a 25-4 win against Rosemont on April 18. Collesidis now has 314 career tallies. She broke the mark held by Karen Emas of Delaware with 310 (1981-84).

The record-breaker came at the 27:20 mark of the first half, giving the Eagles an early 3-0 lead.

Collesidis is the first and only Division III women's lacrosse player to surpass 300 career goals.

Collesidis will attempt to extend her record and try to continue her chase for other marks as the Eagles have two regular season contests left and have qualified for the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference tournament.

Collesidis is also climbing up the Division III (third) and all-divisions career scoring list (sixth) will 375 (314 goals, 61 assists) career points.

An outstanding two-sport athlete, Collesidis was named PAC Player of the Year in women's basketball. She finished her basketball career at Eastern as its all-time leading scorer with 1,956 points.