NCAA Lacrosse: Colorado Women’s Lacrosse Adds Colorado Club Team Standout Sarah Lautman To Varsity Roster; Chemical & Biological Engineering Major Scored 32 Goals As A Two-Year Starter

Colorado Women's Lacrosse Adds Sarah Lautman to 2013 Roster

University of Colorado head lacrosse coach Ann Elliott has added former CU club lacrosse standout Sarah Lautman to her first roster, bringing its total to 23 student-athletes.
Lautman, a 5-2 midfielder from Reading, Mass. joins the Buffs after spending two seasons with the CU club team. She was a four-year letter-winner in three sports at Reading Memorial High School.

IN THE CLASSROOM: Lautman majors in chemical and biological engineering.

Colorado Women's LacrosseCOACH ELLIOTT ON LAUTMAN: “Our staff is very excited to have Sarah join our program. We have gotten the opportunity to get to know her over the last year when she was a member of the CU club lacrosse team. Sarah has proven she is very driven and committed to playing at the Division I Level. She has a great attitude and work ethic. Sarah has the ability and athleticism to play many different positions for us and will add more depth to our smaller roster.”

SOPHOMORE (2013 with CU CLUB LACROSSE): Lautman was a two-year starter with the CU club lacrosse team, scoring 32 goals. Her sophomore season, the Buffs finished the season with a 7-10 overall record.

FRESHMAN (2012 with CU CLUB LACROSSE): The Buffs recorded a 13-7 record, finishing second in the Rocky Mountain Women’s Lacrosse League and entering the Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association National Tournament as the No. 5 seed.

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