Margaretta Stabler Andrews '79
The first major scoring star for St. Lawrence women's lacrosse teams, Andrews established season, game and career scoring records while leading what was then St. Lawrence's newest team to back-to-back undefeated seasons and its first post-season appearance.
She scored 120 career goals and had 27 assists for 147 points as the teams she played on went 31-5 during her four years, including consecutive 7-0 seasons in her freshman and sophomore years. She set the record for goals in a game with eight against Hartwick and was captain of the 1979 tam which earned a spot in the AIAW National College Division semifinals.
She set the single season record for goals as a senior with 37 and the record for points with 46. During her first three years the lacrosse team won 17 straight games before sustaining its first loss.