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Hannah Guerin claims two lacrosse program records


Two lacrosse players running on a field.
Izabela Gage / THE GATEPOST

By Izabela Gage

Staff Writer


Women’s lacrosse senior attacker Hannah Guerin broke two program records this season. 


In the game against Keene State College March 20, she broke the program record for career points at 289. While competing against Salem State University April 6, she scored five goals, which helped break the program record for career goals at 211.


Guerin said, “My teammates and coaches are the reason breaking the records was possible. I am so thankful to have been a part of such a supportive, motivating, and hardworking program these past four years.


“The accomplishments I have made throughout my career at Framingham are a direct result of our team’s constant hard work and dedication - not only to the game, but to each other. Our ability to push each other in practice and constantly support one another on and off the field is what makes us successful,” she added.


Guerin’s success as a Ram began during her rookie year. She has an 82.8% shots-on-goal average throughout her career, with an improved 86.6% average for this season. With these averages, she has been able to tally 316 career points and 215 career goals, and the season is not over yet.


She has been named the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Week three times this season and earned a spot on the Offensive Women’s Lacrosse Weekly Honor Roll April 8.


Guerin took the title of MASCAC Offensive Point Leader her sophomore and junior years. She took second place in her freshman year, falling short by just five points. She is at the top of the conference this season with an ongoing 80 points.


Guerin earned 2022 MASCAC Offensive Player of the Year and was named to the 2022 and 2023 MASCAC All-Conference First Teams.


She said she feels “unbelievably lucky to have been a part of this program for the past four years.


“Being able to leave as a program record holder is definitely special to me, but the teammates and coaches I have had along the way will be what I remember first when I look back on my time at Framingham. I know it wouldn’t have been possible without them. The culture we have as a team and as a program is truly special,” Guerin added.


Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach Casey Bradley ’20 said, “Guerin has such a passion for the game of lacrosse. When she's on the field, it almost looks like it comes so easy to her.”


Bradley said she does not think Guerin pays attention to records or points. “She just goes out there and plays her game. She plays with confidence and believes in herself and it leads to her success.”


Guerin graduates this year and leaves the Rams as an inspiration for all of the women’s lacrosse players behind her.


Bradley said, “Guerin's record-breaking career will inspire her teammates and future Rams who may not have the chance to play with her, but will certainly know her name.


“Guerin producing this way at this level shows young women what you can do with hard work and your love for the game,” she added.


Guerin believes that her entire senior class will “leave an influential mark on this program” and they are “all so proud to have been a part of it.”


As a graduating senior reflecting on her record-breaking career at FSU, Guerin said, “I hope to leave Framingham as a positive role model, not only for the people I have played with, but also for the players that come after.”


Guerin advises future Rams to “work hard, have so much fun, and never take a second for granted.


“It truly is an experience of a lifetime,” she added.


“I will forever be grateful to have been a part of something so extraordinary, and I can’t wait to watch the program continue to grow and succeed,” Guerin said.

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