Women's Lacrosse

    Courtney Tarleton
    Courtney  Tarleton


    Ridgewood, N.J.

    High School:
    Ridgewood HS





    11 Lacrosse Trojans Named to MPSF All-Academic Team

    The USC women's lacrosse team put a school-record 11 players on the MPSF's all-academic team


    Michael, Johansen, and Tarleton Named IWLCA All-West/Midwest

    USC sophomore attacker Michaela Michael was chosen for IWLCA all-region first-team honors


    Women of Troy Stun James Madison to Win Historic First NCAA Game

    Sophomore attacker Michaela Michael scored five goals to lead USC to a 13-10 win over the Dukes


    Trojan Lacrosse Falls to Stanford in MPSF Title Game

    USC sophomore attacker Michaela Michael scored five goals and had four draw controls for the Trojans


    Munday, Michael, Trojans Earn MPSF Lacrosse Laurels

    USC lacrosse head coach Lindsey Munday was named the MPSF Coach of the Year


    WLax: USC at Brown

    The Women of Troy suffered a tough 9-8 setback in Providence, R.I., as the Brown Bears claimed a double-overtime win.


    WLax: USC vs. Marquette

    The Trojans took a 12-9 win over fellow first-year program Marquette on McAlister Field.


    WLax: USC at Bryant

    The Women of Troy dropped a 15-8 decision to the Bulldogs in Smithfield, R.I., on March 19.


    WLax: USC at LIU Brooklyn

    The Women of Troy defeated the Blackbirds, 23-8, in Brooklyn, N.Y., to win their first-ever road game.


    WLax: USC vs. Northwestern

    The Women of Troy officially became USC's 21st intercollegiate sport on Feb. 9 in a game at the LA Memorial Coliseum.

    Tarleton enters her junior season as a defender for the Women of Troy.

    As a sophomore, Tarleton served as a team captain and started all 18 of USC's games... an IWLCA All-West Region Second Team selection... MPSF All-Conference Second Team... MPSF All-Tournament Team... MPSF All-Academic Team... named MPSF Defensive Player of the Week for the week of April 28 following a game in which she set a new USC record with eight ground balls against Northwestern on April 26... led the team with 23 caused turnovers and ranked second on the squad with 33 ground balls... also had five draw controls... had four games with three ground balls or more and seven games with at least two caused turnovers... caused a team season-high four turnovers against Oregon in the MPSF semifinals (May 1).

    As a freshman, Tarleton appeared in and started all 18 of USC's games in the program's inaugural season... served as a team captain... named MPSF All-Conference First Team... IWLCA All-West/Mid-West Region Second Team selection... ranked second in the MPSF for ground balls (2.22 gbpg) and caused turnovers (1.78 ctpg)... finished with 40 ground balls, 32 caused turnovers, and 18 draw controls (third on the team)... had four games with at least four ground balls, which were each tied for team season-highs... set a new USC record with five caused turnovers (to go with three ground balls and two draw controls) in a 12-9 win over Marquette (March 16).

    Tarleton was a three-year letterwinner at Ridgewood High School... also won letters in soccer and basketball... named Most Valuable Defender, first-team All-Suburban League, and All-County as a senior... first-team All-Suburban League and first-team All-County as a junior... second-team All-Suburban League as a sophomore... helped lead her team to three Group 4 New Jersey State Championships... two Tournament of Champions titles as a sophomore and junior... played six years with Metro Magic lacrosse club... four-year honor roll at Ridgewood.

    Courtney Fennell Tarleton was born on June 23, 1994, in Ridgewood, N.J.... parents are David and Nancy Tarleton... has three brothers, David, Thomas, and Liam... brother David played men's lacrosse at Mt. Saint Mary's University (Md.)... cousin Kelly Conheeney played women's soccer at Virginia Tech... undecided major with aspirations to become a writer for a television show.