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Sam Apuzzo is BC Interruption’s 2018 Female Player of the Year

Apuzzo had a phenomenal season that culminated in her winning the Tewaaraton Award

Kathryn Riley

In a nearly unanimous vote (Daryl Watts was also in the running), Sam Apuzzo is BC Interruption’s 2018 Female Player of the Year. Apuzzo helped lead the women’s lacrosse team to an undefeated regular season and a Final Four appearance. She also won the Tewaaraton Award, and is the first Boston College player to do so.

Apuzzo led the Eagles in nearly all categories this season, including goals (88), assists (41), points (129), shots (159), shots on goal (126), game winning goals (9), caused turnovers (31), and draw control wins (163). As perhaps the most well-rounded player in the league, Apuzzo beat out 4 seniors to win the Tewaaraton Award, which is given to the best D1 male and female lacrosse players in the NCAA.

Apuzzo was also the ACC Attacker of the Year and was named to the All-ACC First Team, All-NCAA Tournament Team, All-ACC Tournament Team, and IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team. She broke her own record from last year and set a new program record for goals scored in a season with 88, and did the same for points scored in a single season with 129 and for draw controls in a single season with 163. She now holds the career draw controls record at BC with 273. Apuzzo also set a single game program record with 17 draw control wins against Louisville and another with 9 goals scored against Navy. Her 41 assists tied the single season program record and she is 8 goals away from become the leading goal scorer in program history.