Women's Lacrosse


5   Erika Eipp
Erika  Eipp


Townsend, Mass.

High School:
Groton-Dunstable HS

Last College:




Women's Lax Earns Four ECAC Postseason Honors

Angela McMahon named Coach of the Year; Eipp, Farnham, Murphy named to All-Star teams.


Eipp, Farnham Twins Selected to North/South All-Star Game

Trio of Minutewomen will take part in annual senior showcase on June 4 at Cabrini College.


Big First Half Leads Maryland Past Women's Lax, 18-3, in NCAA Quarterfinals

Minutewomen finish historic season with 20-2 record after reaching Elite Eight.


Women's Lax Tangles with Terps in NCAA Elite Eight on Sunday

Minutewomen looking to upset No. 1 seed to punch ticket to Final Four.


Eipp, Murphy Named to IWLCA All-America Squads

Erika Eipp earns second-team honors, while Hannah Murphy named to third team.


WLAX: Highlights vs. Maryland (5/22/16)

UMass women's lacrosse highlights vs. Maryland (NCAA Quarterfinals)


WLAX: Highlights vs. Cornell (5/15/16)

Highlights from UMass women's lacrosse team's 7-6 win at Cornell in the NCAA Tournament second round.


WLAX: Postgame vs. Cornell (5/15/16)

Angela McMahon, Aileen Kelly and Erika Eipp speak with the media following UMass' 7-6 win over Cornell in the NCAA Tournament Second Round.


WLAX vs. Princeton (5/13/16)

UMass women's lacrosse highlights from the Minutewomen's 13-12 overtime win against Princeton in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament.


WLAX: Highlights vs. Richmond (5/8/16)

UMass women's lacrosse highlights vs. Richmond in 2016 Atlantic 10 Championship Title game.


WLAX vs. Cornell (5/15/16)

WLAX vs. Cornell (5/15/16)


WLAX vs. Princeton (5/13/16)

WLAX vs. Princeton (5/13/16)


WLAX vs. Duquesne (4/3/16)

WLAX vs. Duquesne (4/3/16)


Women's Lax vs. Albany

Women's Lax vs. Albany


WLAX vs. New Hampshire

WLAX vs. New Hampshire

As a senior in 2016: Game-By-Game Statistics
Earned IWLCA All-America Second Team honors … Named to IWLCA All-Region First Team … Selected as the Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season … A first-team All-Atlantic 10 pick while also earning A-10 All-Tournament honors … Selected to the preseason Tewaaraton Watch List … Led UMass in scoring with 97 points on 42 goals and 55 assists while starting all 22 games … Had three game-winning goals … Picked up 19 groundballs while causing eight turnovers … Her 97 points rank as second-most for a single-season in UMass history … Her 55 assists stand as a UMass and Atlantic 10 single-season record … Her 229 career points and 114 career assists both rank second all-time in program history … Her 115 career goals ranks eighth all-time … In NCAA Quarterfinal match-up at Maryland (5/22) had a pair of assists … Notched two goals and an assist in NCAA Second Round win at Cornell (5/15) … Had four goals and two assists in NCAA First Round win against Princeton (5/13) … In Atlantic 10 Semifinal vs. Saint Joseph’s (5/6), had three goals and three assists … Had a season-high nine points on three goals and six assists in win at George Washington (4/10) … Named IWLCA National Player of the Week (4/14) after a 15-point weekend with her nine points against George Washington and six points (2g, 4a) against George Mason (4/8) … Scored season-high five goals in win at Boston University (2/24) … In win at Connecticut (3/12), had four goals and an assist … Posted three goals and two assists in win against Albany (3/23).

As a junior in 2015: Game-By-Game Statistics
Top leading point scorer with 75 points and a team-best 30 assists ... Also had 45 goals which ranked second on the team ... Posted five game-winning goals, 20 groundballs, seven caused turnovers, and four draw controls ... Was 9-of-16 on free position attempts ... Started all 21 games of the year ... Was named to the IWLCA All-Northeast Region Second Team after the season ... Was the Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year and an A-10 All-Conference First Team pick ... In the NCAA Tournament, she had five goals in the first round win over Jacksonville (5/8) and four goals and an assist in a second round loss at No. 1 Maryland (5/10) ... Her 30 assists ranked 23rd nationally, while her 75 points ranked 24th in the NCAA ... Led the A-10 in points and points per game (3.57) and ranked second in assists ... The 75 points were tied as the fourth-most for a single-season in UMass history ... Recorded a three-game stretch during the season where she had seven points in each contest ... Had two goals and a career-high five assists at La Salle (4/19) ... Followed that with three goals and four assists in wins against Richmond (4/24) and George Washington (4/26) ... Posted three goals and three assists in win at Davidson (4/12) ... Had a career-high four goals in wins at Yale (3/11) and against Duquesne (3/27) ... Earned Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Week honors on April 20 and April 27.

As a sophomore in 2014: Game-By-Game Statistics
Started 16 games while playing in 20 ... Finished the season with 28 goals, 29 assists for 57 points ... Scored one goal, added two assists and a ground ball in 14-6 victory against Southern California (3/22)...Scored 3 times and scooped 5 ground balls in win at Iona (3/1)...Potted 4 goals in the win over Boston University on Feb. 26...Has recorded at least 1 point in 7 consecutive contests dating back to February 19... Recorded one goal and four assists against New Hampshire, along with two ground balls (3/8)... Against Colorado she scored two goals along with an assist (3/14)... Netted a pair of goals and a pair of assists versus Vermont (3/18). Contributed a goal and two assists in the USC game and another pair of assists against Northwestern (3/25)...Notched 3 goals and an assist in 18-2 win over St. Joseph's (4/6)...Had 2 goals and 3 assists against George Mason (4/13).

As A Freshman At Louisville in 2013: Started 13 of 14 games played and was the fourth-leading scorer for the Cardinals ... Finished the season with 28 points with 15 goals and 13 assists ... Her 13 assists ranked second on the team ... also had 11 draw controls, nine ground balls and six caused turnovers.

Before College: A highly touted three-sport athlete at Gorton-Dunstable High ... Played lacrosse under coach Richard Mitchell ... The school's all-time leading scorer and set the single-game points record (16) with seven goals and nine assists ... 120 goals in senior year ... Named a first team all-league member and team MVP (2012) ... 2012 Lowell Sun Player of the Year ... named 2012 Nashoba Publishing Female Athlete of the Year ... Three-time Worcester Telegram & Gazette and Lowell Sun All-Star (2010-12) ... Chosen all-league in field hockey and basketball ... Named a Lowell Sun All-Star in field hockey.

Personal: Erika Renae Eipp... Daughter of Neil and Darlene Eipp... Has one sibling, Dan, who was a member of the Harvard men's lacrosse team and the U.S. Under-19 National Team ... Majoring in sociology.

•What do you like to do in your free time? I like to hang with my friends(my teammates), drive around with Holly and Ashley, and play 'Odds Are'.
•What is your favorite activity to do in the summertime? Going to the beach, going out for ice cream, bonfires and gazing at the stars with my dogs.
•What do you want to pursue when you graduate college? Become an astronaut.
•Which one of your teammates is most likely to be on the Bachelor? Holly Turner.
•Which one of your teammates is the most addicted to social media? Hannah Murphy.
•What is your favorite TV show? Bachelor.
•What is your spirit animal? Elephant.
•If you could have one superpower, what would it be? To make conditioning disappear.
•What is your favorite food? Ice cream.
•Who is your role model in life? My brother, Dan.
•Do you have any superstitions or rituals on game days? I like to go to the field and shoot and hang out in the locker room and listen to music with my teammates.
•What is the most interesting place you have ever visited? Finland.

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