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Lacrosse | Wesleyan University Lacrosse Player Talks Accountability, and Drive

A Class of 2020 women’s lacrosse graduate from Wesleyan University, Emma Richards, was apart of one of the most successful classes in program history. Over her 4 years at Wesleyan, the Cardinals made 3 NCAA appearances featuring a Sweet 16 run in 2018 and a Final 4 run in 2019. She was also apart of two Little 3 championships, arguably one of the most competitive D3 rivalries between three NESCAC powerhouses Amherst, Williams, and Wesleyan. Throughout her career, Richards tallied 31 goals and 8 assists despite being sidelined for the majority of two seasons due to an injury.

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