With five minutes left in play, the Colonials were tied at 10 against the Richmond Spiders.
In its final game before A-10 play, GW (5-4) hosted No. 18 ranked Navy, but both teams took the field thinking about Seton Hill.
The Colonials were not able to come back from a seven point deficit and ultimately fell to No. 12 John Hopkins 16-6.
Within the first two minutes of play, the Colonials showcased an aggressive offense with two back-to-back goals.
When Holy Cross scored its first goal in the final minute of the first half, it was a signal to the Colonials that the team was not going down without a fight.
Women’s lacrosse senior goalkeeper Jess Hicks and freshman midfielder Olivia Boudreau picked up Atlantic 10 honors Tuesday after leading the Colonials to two victories at home last weekend.
The Colonials went 1-1 over the first week of play, grabbing a 22-7 victory over fellow District foe Howard, thanks in part to Hull’s strong play.
The lacrosse team is one of the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association’s NCAA Division I Academic Squads for 2012, the program’s sixth straight time earning the honor.
Recently graduated women’s lacrosse player Megan Seidman is a member of the Jewish Sports Review 2012 Women’s Lacrosse All-America First Team.
The women’s lacrosse team will be joined by two new assistant coaches next season, adding Kristy Black and Bria Eulitt after one of the program’s most successful seasons to date.