Delaware Alumna and Hall of Famer Karen Emas Featured as Top 15 Women's Lacrosse Player
BALTIMORE, Md. - With the NCAA tournament on the horizon, PressBox highlighted the Top 15 Division I women's lacrosse players who shined during NCAA tournament appearances.
University of Delaware alumna (1984) and Hall of Famer (2007) Karen Emas Borbee was featured for her outstanding career with the Blue Hens.
The insert from the May issue of Pressbox is below.
Attacker Karen Emas, University of Delaware, 1982-84 -- Emas' scoring consistency put her among the elite in NCAA women's lacrosse. At Delaware, she went 60 consecutive games with at least one goal -- from the start of the 1982 season to May 20, 1984 -- which ranks sixth all time in the NCAA. Emas' 4.65 goals-per-game average ranks first all time, and her 16 points (eight goals, eight assists) against Bucknell April 17, 1984, rank first all time for a single game. Emas was the 1997 IWLCA Player of the Year and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2001. Now Karen Borbee, she is the head women's lacrosse coach at Swarthmore College.