Peters, Duckenfield and Dagres pick up honors after first conference win
Three players collected hat tricks as Vanderbilt snaps losing streak
Fifteen juniors and seniors lead way for veteran Vanderbilt squad
In 21 days, Commodores open season at Kennesaw State
Vanderbilt falls to No. 2 North Carolina on Senior Day
February 28, 2014
Vanderbilt hosted No. 6 Florida on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at the VU Lacrosse Complex. (Daniel Dubois)
Vanderbilt defeated Boston U. 16-9 on Feb. 20, 2015 in the first lacrosse game in the Multipurpose Facility.
2014 (Sophomore): Appeared in 17 games and started 14... Scored 14 goals and had six assists... One of the fastest players on team and finished with 28 ground balls, 14 caused turnovers and 14 draw controls... Cracked the starting lineup in the fourth game against No. 1 North Carolina on Feb. 22 after coming off the bench as she recovered from an injury... Scored two goals against the Tar Heels, the first of consecutive multi-goal games as she also scored two in a victory over No. 13 Stanford... Also notched two goals against Penn... Set a career high with draw controls against Jacksonville... Tied a career-high three times with with three ground balls against Massachussets, Stanford and Liberty... Named to Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll.
High School:Four-year starter for coach Chrissy Swanson at Weston ... Scored 134 goals during her sophomore and junior seasons... Named a Dual County League First Team All-Star... Helped Wildcats win to straight Dual County League championships... Received scholar-athlete award twice ... Played club lacrosse for coach Lukas Cash's Revolution Lacrosse Club... Also played soccer and basketball.
Personal:Emma Dagres... Born on August 21, 1994, in Atlanta .... Daughter of Todd and Carrie Dagres... Has one brother, Jason (20), and one sister, Ava (13)... Major is interdisciplinary studies: leadership and organizational communications... Favorites include The Lion King (movie), Miley Cyrus (musical performer), African safari, sleep in the Parthenon in Nashville and play in the NCAA Tournament (bucket list items) and Milan Lucic (athlete).
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