June 20, 2011
By Joe Martino
Courtesy of the Daily Record
Lauren Dykstra didn’t grow up playing lacrosse. She didn’t even pick up a stick until her freshman year of high school. Soccer and basketball were her true loves, and she played a little bit of softball too.
"I didn’t know much about the game but the kids said it was fun to play," Dykstra told the Daily Record in 2007.
Seven years after picking up a stick, Dykstra, a recently graduated Lehigh midfielder, capped off a historic collegiate career by earning MVP honors of the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) North-South Senior All-Star Game played Saturday in Dowlingtown, Pa.
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