Three Bears Earn All-Ivy Recognition

May 17, 2004

PROVIDENCE, RI - Senior co-captains Laurel Pierpont (Jacksonville, FL), and Christine Anneberg (Denver, CO), and sophomore Kate Staley (Needham, MA) of the Brown women's lacrosse team were selected to the 2004 All-Ivy Women's Lacrosse Teams as selected by the League's eight head coaches.

An Honorable Mention All-Ivy selection for the past two seasons, Pierpont was named Second Team All-Ivy this year. The third-leading scorer on the team with 31 points (23g, 8a), Pierpont led the Bears with 13 caused turnovers, 55 ground balls, and 38 draw controls. One of the top midfielders on the Brown squad, her 55 ground balls led the Ivy League and ranked seventh in the nation. A two-sport athlete, Pierpont finished her Brown lacrosse career with 84 points (56g, 28a).

A Second Team selection in 2002, Anneberg earned Honorable Mention recognition for the second straight season. She was the second-leading scorer on the team with 32 points (22g, 10a) and was third on the team with 17 draw controls. She also tallied 12 ground balls and eight caused turnovers. A natural athlete, Anneberg finished her Brown career with 103 points (75g, 28a).

Finally, Staley, who also earned Honorable Mention recognition, is making her first appearance on an All-Ivy team. The Bears' leading scorer with 44 points (33g, 11a), Staley also led the Bears with 13 caused turnovers. She ranked second on the team with 32 draw controls and fifth with 27 ground balls. One of the top Brown midfielders, Staley has notched 63 points (46g, 17a) in two seasons with the Bears.

Brown finished the 2004 season with a 7-8 record and a 2-5 mark in the Ivy League.