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Lacrosse - Women's

The Radford Women's Lacrosse team, led by Head Coach Samantha Hurley, is looking to make a name for ourselves in the lacrosse community and is passionate about providing our student-athletes with the best experience possible. Please join us in this effort by giving today!

Your gift allows us to offset expenses for a portable press box as well as expanded travel and competition opportunities in a wider variety of off-season tournaments to enhance the athletic experience for our students.

A portable press box will provide an elevated view and protection from weather elements for our game operations personnel as well as provide more substantial storage. It can also be branded to reinforce Radford Athletics' on-site brand, allowing it to more adequately compliment the stadium and reinforce Highlander pride. Expanded tournament opportunities help our players adapt to a wider variety of playing environments, raises the team's competitive profile and can also be a powerful recruiting tool to help us bring the most talented and exemplary student-athletes to our program.


  • Margaret Gleason and Olivia Hunter were named to the All-Conference Second Team and voted onto the 2023 Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) Second Team All-State team, becoming the third and fourth players in program history to be awarded All-State honors.
  • Gleason also earned Second Team All-Big South leading the team in scoring with eight hat tricks and producing her 100th goal this season.
  • Gleason's 45 goals were the third highest in the league and she led the Big South with 7.00 shots per game and was in the top ten in the conference with an average of 3.31 points per contest.
  • Hunter joined the ranks of Big South's best after a historic season playing every minute of the season in goal for Radford, earned her 300th career save, and led the nation with 201 saves.
  • Hunter was also third in the country with a mark of 11.82 saves per game. She matched her career-high with 18 saves against Campbell and recorded double-digit saves in 13 of the 17 games.
  • Ashlyn Grogan was named to the Big South's All-Academic Team – maintaining a 3.94 grade point average while being fifth in the league with 30 assists and earning 19 goals on the season to finish with 49 points, the second most of any Highlander this season.

On behalf of the Radford Women's Lacrosse team, any and all support would be greatly appreciated!

The Tartan Territory Tracker
Rank State Gifts
1 VA 56
2 MD 17
3 NJ 14
Athletic Director's Challenge
Radford Athletics Director Robert Lineburg has offered an additional $1,000 to the program that garners the most donors.
Rank Prize Program Donors
1 $1,000 Baseball 209
2 Lacrosse - Women's 174
3 Soccer - Men's 101
4 Golf - Women's 92
5 Soccer - Women's 83
Dollars Raised Leaderboard
Watch the dollars accumulate for your favorite programs here!
Rank Department Raised
1 Baseball $45,888.76
2 Lacrosse - Women's $19,200.00
3 Soccer - Men's $11,254.42
4 Golf - Men's $9,865.00
5 Golf - Women's $9,365.00
WOMEN'S SPORTS - Most Donors Challenge
The women's sport with the most overall unique donors at the completion of RAD48 will receive an additional $1,000 from a generous donor.
Rank Prize Sport Donors
1 $1,000 Lacrosse - Women's 174
2 Golf - Women's 92
3 Soccer - Women's 83
4 Basketball - Women's 66
5 Volleyball 38
Take the Lead Challenge
Don't get caught playing from behind! The program that takes the early lead with the strongest start will earn an additional $1,000! Beloved Radford Athletics supporter Joann Lineburg '60 and '72 will provide an award to the program that has the most donors between 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm on launch day, February 6.
Rank Prize Program Donors
1 $1,000 Baseball 44
2 Soccer - Men's 44
3 Lacrosse - Women's 42
4 Golf - Women's 25
5 Basketball - Men's 9
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