Wildcats’ Ringlever named All-GLIAC Honorable Mention
Junior reached 100 career points, 100 career goals this season for NMU lacrosse team
BAY CITY — One of the Northern Michigan University women’s lacrosse players earned a conference honor Thursday.
Junior Graison Ringlever made the All-GLIAC Honorable Mention team for the second straight year.
She led the Wildcats with a school record 42 goals and picked up seven assists break another school record with 49 total points.
She also led the GLIAC with 19 free position goals. Ringlever also had a team-best 75 draw controls with 26 ground balls.
On April 10 in a game against Concordia St. Paul (Minn.), Ringlever became the first player in Wildcats history to reach 100 career points and currently has a total of 119.
Later on April 20, she scored seven goals against Ashland to reach 100 career goals and became the first NMU player to accomplish that feat.
This year, the Wildcats earned their first ever GLIAC road win and also reached the conference tournament for the first time.
Information compiled by Journal Sports Writer Ryan Stieg. His email address is email@example.com.