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Gabby D'Ambrosio, PAC Player of the Week
Record Breaking Performance Gives D'Ambrosio PAC Honors

April 10, 2007

Gabby D'Ambrosio (So, M, Mount Laurel, NJ/ Holy Cross) was named the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week for the week ending April 8, 2007.  D'Ambrosio had 18 goals and one assist for the Knights in a 2-1 (1-1 PAC) week. 


Gabby D'Ambrosio started things off this week scoring five goals and assisting on another en route to the Knights' first win of the week, 13-12, at Chestnut Hill College. On Tuesday she had another 5-goal day giving the Knights their third consecutive win with a 14-13 win at College Misericordia.  The sophomore from Mount Laurel, New Jersey closed out the week with a record breaking performance in a 16-14 loss to Alvernia on Thursday. In that game she notched eight goals breaking the Knights single game scoring record set in 2005 by former Neumann Knight Samantha Lafferty.


D'Ambrosio has been one of the main keys to Neumann's success scoring a total of 31 goals, 4 assists for 35 points this season.


"Gabby has really stepped up for us this season and is definitely an asset to our program. Alvernia and College Misericordia were both tough conference opponents last week and Gabby's efforts in those games and against Chestnut Hill make her very deserving of this award, stated Head Coach Sarah Madrak.


D'Ambrosio and the Knights will return to action on Thursday against Arcadia University at 4:00 p.m.


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