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Penn State Women’s Lacrosse Names Captains For 2022 Season

Penn State women’s lacrosse has chosen its leaders for the fast-approaching 2022 season.

Voted on by their teammates, senior Mary Muldoon and junior Rachel Spilker will serve as captains for Missy Doherty’s group this spring.

Muldoon tallied 17 goals and six ground balls in only 13 appearances during her junior season last spring. She also earned five multi-goal games over the course of those games. As for Spilker, she gained 13 ground balls and caused 13 turnovers during her sophomore campaign.

The two Maryland natives both come from Penn State families, as both have sisters who previously played for the Nittany Lions.

Penn State will kick off the season on February 12 with a scrimmage against the University of Pennsylvania, and will open up the Regular Season against Drexel on February 16.

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