Kristin Igoe, U.S. National Lacrosse Team, World Cup Champion

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Kristin Igoe, a Framingham, Massachusetts native, is perhaps the most prolific lacrosse player in Boston College history. After rehabbing from a torn ACL her freshman year, Igoe proceeded to dominate the field becoming BC’s all-time leading goal scorer (with 165 goals) and finished top-five in assists, points, ground balls and draw controls. Kristin was the first player in the Atlantic Coast Conference and Boston College history to earn All-ACC honors four years in a row. Igoe has been a member of the United States Women’s National Lacrosse Team since 2010 and earned a gold medal in the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup.

Igoe received her undergraduate degree in biochemistry and continued at BC to earn a Masters in Education. She currently coaches Girl’s Varsity lacrosse at Franklin High School.