Landry Named MPSF Offensive Player Of The Week

Junior Elizabeth Landry scored seven goals with two assists, three draw controls and a ground ball against Saint Mary's last Friday.
(Wayne Tilcock, Davis Enterprise)

April 29, 2014

DAVIS, Calif. - UC Davis junior lacrosse player Elizabeth Landry was selected as Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Offensive Player of the Week for the period ending April 27, it was announced by the league office on Monday night. This is the first such award for the Lafayette, Calif. native, and the Aggies' first weekly honor since sweeping the MPSF slate back on February 24.

The Acalanes High School and Triple Threat LAX alumna scored a career-high seven goals in UC Davis' season-ending 20-12 win over Saint Mary's on Friday. Landry tied the conference's single-game best, matching Cal's Bella Huther (Apr. 6) and freshman teammate Melissa Kellan (Feb. 23). She added two assists, three draw controls and a ground ball in Friday's victory.

Landry finished the year as the Aggie leader in goals (48), assists (18), points (66) and draw controls (59), posting the school's No. 2 all-time season total in that final category. For her career, she now has 110 goals and 163 draw controls, which ranks her seventh and second in program history, respectively.

USC's Courtney Tarleton earned MPSF Defensive Player of the Week while Colorado's Johnna Fusco was selected as Rookie of the Week.

UC Davis finished 8-8 overall and 3-6 in MPSF play in 2014.