INDIANAPOLIS--The Adrian College women's lacrosse team appeared favorably in four categories in the final 2017 NCAA Division III statistical rankings. There are 278 NCAA institutions that play women's lacrosse at the D-III level.
The Bulldogs were 59th nationally with 22.50 ground balls per game--second in school single-season history. Only the 2016 squad is better with a 24.73 average.
In addition, Adrian was 72nd with 12.93 draw controls per game and 93rd with 16.79 points per game.
Individually, sophomore Annie Rice listed 48th with 2.07 assists per game, which is the third-best mark in school history. In total, she had 29 helpers--69th place in the NCAA--which are tied for 10th on Adrian's single-season chart. Rice also had 17 goals to give her a team-leading 46 points for a career high.
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