In a season highlighted by a second straight MPSF Player of the Year award and becoming Cal's all-time career leader in goals, senior Megan Takacs earned a spot on the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association West/Midwest Region First Team for the second straight year, the organization announced on Tuesday.
How do you measure success? The easy way is in wins and losses, but while our record may not blow anyone away, no one can say this team hasn't been successful. I am truly proud of my team and players for the progress we made this year.
Two-time MPSF Player of the Year Megan Takacs scored four of California's six goals and became the new school leader in career goals, but Stanford eliminated Cal from the MPSF Tournament, 16-6, Thursday night in Eugene Ore.
Senior attacker Megan Takacs was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Year award for the second straight year and was one of five Golden Bears to earn spots on the All-MPSF teams, the conference announced Wednesday afternoon.
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