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Holly Reilly and Marissa Young discuss life as a student-athlete with the Division 1 Lafayette Leopards. Lafayette is an academically-selective college in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. The Leopards play in the Patriot League.
Lafayette at a Glance
Location: The campus overlooks the Delaware River in Easton, Pennsylvania, population 30,000. Easton is located in the Lehigh Valley, population 800,000; about 70 miles west of New York City and 60 miles north of Philadelphia.
Enrollment: 2,450 students, drawn from 46 U.S. states and territories, as well as 48 countries
Degrees: Lafayette offers a bachelor of arts in 37 fields and a bachelor of science in 14 fields, including 4 in engineering.
Class of 2020 Profile:
|*GPA – 75%ile||3.88||3.80|
|*GPA – Median||3.69||3.60|
|*GPA – 25%ile||3.44||3.30|
|*GPA – Mean||3.63||3.52|
|Middle 50% CR SAT||620–710||580–680|
|Middle 50% Math SAT||640–740||620–710|
|Middle 50% WR SAT||620–720||590–690|
|Middle 50% ACT||29-33||27-32|
|*All GPAs reflected here represent unweighted GPAs that have been recalculated using actual grades in major subjects for the first three years of high school.|
To learn more about Lafayette visit https://www.lafayette.edu
Lafayette Women’s Lacrosse At Glance
Head Coach: Alison Fisher
2016-17 Record: 6-11
Conference: Patriot League
About MaxLax Radio
The college guide podcast series is designed to help the prospective college lacrosse player get the information that he or she needs to make an informed decision when choosing a college. We are going to do this by going directly to the best source of information that we can think of – the players and coaches who have been there and done that. We’ll not only talk lacrosse but we will also get the inside scoop on the entire student-athlete experience that is unique to each program: campus life, academics, team culture, time management more.
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