2003 News
 
June 4, 2003

Two Limestone lax standouts earn women’s lacrosse.com 2003 Div. II All-American honors

Two Limestone lax standouts earn women’s lacrosse.com 2003 Div. II All-American honors

Gaffney, South Carolina…Four Limestone College lacrosse players have received postseason honors from the website, womenslacrosse.com. Michelle Lare (Annapolis, Md./Broadneck HS), a junior defenseman, has been named to the Division II First Team All-American squad while Second Team honors went to senior attack Kathy Campbell (Sudlerville, Md/Queen Annes County HS) with a pair of freshman, Maria Humpries (Manchester, Md./North Carroll HS) and Brooke Nowell (Linthicum, Md./North County HS), attack and midfield respectively, named to the womenslacrosse.com Division II All-Rookie Team.

Lare forced a team best 46 caused turnovers over 15-games and anchored a defense that allowed only 5.73 goals on average. This is the second honor this postseason for Lare who earlier was named to the Warrior/Inside Lacrosse All-America Second Team.

Campbell led the Saints in total points with 68 (30 goals/38 assists), assists with 38 and ground balls at 47 while ranking third in goals with 30 over the 15-game season. She ranked seventh nationally in assists per game with 2.53 and was ninth in points per contest with an average of 4.53. This is the third postseason accolade for Kathy in 2003 having previously been named First Team All-American by Warrior/Inside Lacrosse and to the IWLCA/US Lax Second Team All-American squad.

Humphries and Nowell are honored for the first time. Humphries ranked third on the Saints with 41 ground balls, was fourth in both points with 41 and goals scored with 26, while her 15 assists were tied for the second most. Nowell ranked second in both ground balls with 43 and caused turnovers with 24 while her 28 total points (15 goals, 13 assists) were fifth best.

Behind the play of Lare, Campbell, Humphries and Nowell, the Saints, in 2003, set single season program records for both wins at 12 and goals scored with 192 while earning a No. 7 ranking in the final IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll, a turnaround from the 2002 season in which the Saints went 7-6. Limestone, against a grueling schedule, won all but three of its 15 games in 2003 (12-3) with the trio of setbacks coming against nationally ranked squads such as Longwood, which topped the final IWLCA Division II Coaches’ Poll and Division II national runner-up, another was against fourth-ranked UC Davis, which spent time as the nations top-ranked team while Bloomsburg, the only other team to defeat the Saints, was ranked fifth in the final ratings. In all, Limestone’s losses were against teams that finished the regular season with a combined record of 34-10.

The Limestone College women’s lacrosse squad finished sixth or higher in four team categories in the final NCAA Division II regular season statistics. The Saints were fourth in scoring defense at 5.73 (allowed 86), fifth in scoring margin at +7.07 and were sixth in both scoring offense at 12.8 (192 total) and winning percentage at .800 (12-3).


May 28, 2003

A pair of Limestone women’s lax standouts, earn Division II All-American honors

Kathy Campbell and Meghan Dennehy tabbed 2nd Team by IWLCA/US Lacrosse

Gaffney, South Carolina…Limestone College women’s lacrosse standouts Kathy Campbell and Meghan Dennehy have earned Second Team honors on the 2003 IWLCA/US Lacrosse Division II All-American Team. Campbell, a senior attack from Sudlerville, Maryland (Queen Annes County HS), receives the honor for the first time while Dennehy, a junior midfielder out of Gambrills, Maryland (Arundel HS), is named for the second consecutive season.

Campbell led the Saints in total points with 68 (30 goals/38 assists), assists with 38 and ground balls at 47 while ranking third in goals with 30 over the 15 game season. She ranked seventh nationally in assists per game with 2.53 and was ninth in points per contest with an average of 4.53.

Dennehy led Limestone in goals with 45, averaging 3.0 and was second in total points with 54, an average of 3.6 per game while collecting 33 ground balls, the third most on the Limestone team.

With Campbell and Dennehy leading the way the Saints, in 2003, set single season program records for both wins at 12 and goals scored with 192 while earning a No. 7 ranking in the final IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll, a turnaround from the 2002 season in which the Saints went 7-6. Limestone, against a grueling schedule, won all but three of its 15 games in 2003 (12-3) with the trio of setbacks coming against nationally ranked squads such as Longwood, which topped the final IWLCA Division II Coaches’ Poll and Division II national runner-up, another was against fourth-ranked UC Davis, which spent time as the nations top-ranked team while Bloomsburg, the only other team to defeat the Saints, was ranked fifth in the final ratings. In all, Limestone’s losses were against teams that finished the regular season with a combined record of 34-10.

The Limestone College women’s lacrosse squad finished sixth or higher in four team categories in the final NCAA Division II regular season statistics. The Saints were fourth in scoring defense at 5.73 (allowed 86), fifth in scoring margin at +7.07 and were sixth in both scoring offense at 12.8 (192 total) and winning percentage at .800 (12-3).


May 7, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse is seventh in the final IWLCA Division II Poll of the season

Saints finish season with program record for wins (12) and goals scored (192) in a single season

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse team is ranked seventh in the final IWLCA Division Coaches’ Poll of the 2003 season.

Limestone played it last game of the season back on April 19, with a 22-2 win over Lees-McRae at “THE ROCK”. The 2003 season was a record setting one for the Saints who established new program records for both wins and goals scored in a season. Limestone finished 12-3 scoring 192 goals along the way. Both the win and goal totals broke the previous program records that were set by the 2001 team, which finished 10-1 scoring a then record 134 goals.

Limestone’s three setbacks this season were against Longwood (L, 10-2 (H) 4/13) which tops the season ending poll while another was against fourth-ranked UC Davis (12-6 (H) 3/29), which spent time as the nations top-ranked D2 team in 2003, and Bloomsburg (L, 9-7, Southern HS, Maryland, 3/22), the other team to defeat the Saints, is ranked fifth in the final rankings. In all, those three teams finished the regular season a combined 34-10. In fact, Longwood and Bloomsburg will play in the South Region Championship with the winner advancing to the Division II National Championship.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 31 points in the final balloting, two less than that of sixth-ranked Adelphi and eight more than eighth-ranked West Chester. Philadelphia and Gannon are ninth and tenth respectively.

Longwood finishes atop rankings picking up all five of the available first place votes and 60 total points while Stonehill climbs to the second spot with 53 points while C.W. Post and UC Davis are third and fourth with Bloomsburg rounding out the top five.




April 29, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse inches up to sixth in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll

Saints finish season with program record for wins (12) and goals scored (192) in a single season

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse team is ranked sixth in the latest IWLCA Division Coaches’ Poll.

Limestone moved up in the rankings despite not playing last week, in fact, the Saints’ season ended on April 19 with a 22-2 win over Lees-McRae at “THE ROCK”. It was a record setting season for Limestone, which established new program records for both wins and goals scored in a season. Limestone finished 12-3 in the recently concluded season and scored 192 goals along the way. Both the win and goal totals broke the previous records that were set by the 2001 team that finished 10-1 scoring a then record 134 goals.

Limestone’s three setbacks this season were against currently top-ranked Longwood (L, 10-2 (H) 4/13) and second-ranked UC Davis (12-6 (H) 3/29), which had spent time as the nations top-ranked D2 team, while Bloomsburg (L, 9-7, Southern HS, Maryland, 3/22), the other team to defeat the Saints, is ranked fifth in the latest rankings. In all, those three teams are a combined 32-8 on the season.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 33 points in the latest balloting, 10 less than that of fifth-ranked Bloomsburg and three more than seventh rated Adelphi. Gannon and Millersville remain ninth and tenth respectively.

Longwood keeps top ranking picking up all five of the available first place votes and 60 total points while UC Davis remains in the second position with 52 points. Stonehill is up one to third while C.W. Post dips one to fourth.




April 22, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse remains seventh in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll

Saints closed out season last week with a pair of victories to finish with a program record 12 wins

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse team is, for the second straight week, ranked seventh in the IWLCA Division II Coaches’ Poll.

Limestone closed out the most successful season in program history last week winning both of its games. The Saints won 13-5 at Pfeiffer on Wednesday (4/16) and then closed out things Saturday (4/19) defeating Lees-McRae 22-2 on Senior Day at “THE ROCK. Limestone finished 12-3 overall setting a program record for victories in a single season besting the previous mark set by the 2001 squad that finished 10-1.

Limestone lost only three of its 15 regular season outings with those setbacks coming against foes that are not only ranked within the top five but two, Longwood (L, 10-2 (H) 4/13) and UC Davis (12-6 (H) 3/29), have spent time as the nations top-ranked D2 team while Bloomsburg (L, 9-7, Southern HS, Maryland, 3/22), the other team to defeat the Saints, is ranked fifth in the latest rankings. In all those three teams are currently a combined 30-7 on the season.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 29 points in the latest balloting, only two less than that of sixth-ranked West Chester and two more than eighth rated Adelphi. Gannon and Millersville are ninth and tenth respectively.

Longwood has taken over the top ranking picking up three first place votes and 57 total points while UC Davis moves up to the second position with 51 points. C.W. Post, which held the top ranking last week, drops to third but did pick up one first place vote as did Stonehill, which remains fourth.


April 16, 2003

No. 7 Limestone defeats Pfeiffer 13-5 in women’s college lacrosse on Wednesday

Saints set new record for wins in a season with their 11th

Misenheimer, North, South Carolina…Limestone College freshman midfielder Brooke Nowell (North County, Md) scored three goals and assisted on two others and goalie Jackie Bateman (Carthage, NY), also a freshman, recorded nine saves to lead the seventh-ranked Limestone women’s lacrosse team to a 13-5 victory at Pfeiffer University on Wednesday in Misenheimer, NC.

With Wednesday’s win, Limestone and head coach Scott Tucker broke the program's single season record for wins with their eleventh of the campaign breaking the old mark for wins which was set at 10 by the 2001 Saints and then head coach Michael Scerbo.

The Limestone women’s lacrosse team, now 11-3 overall, will close out its 2003 season on Saturday, April 19, hosting Lees-McRae in an 11:00 AM clash at “THE ROCK”. Then at 2:00 PM, on Saturday, the fourth–ranked Limestone men’s team will host Pfeiffer in Deep South Conference action. Saturday will mark Senior Day for both of the Limestone lacrosse teams.

Limestone College which is located in Gaffney, South Carolina with on-campus enrollment of 550 and more than 1,400 adult evening students at 15 sites throughout the state and Virtual Campus (Internet), is a member of the NCAA Division II and competes as an Independent in the sport of women’s lacrosse


April 15, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse drops to seventh in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll

Saints, with two-games to play, are one victory away from breaking program single season record

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse team has dropped one spot to seventh in the seventh weekly IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the regular season. The Saints were sixth the previous three weeks.

Limestone, in its only action last week, lost 10-2 on Sunday (4/13) at home to second-ranked Longwood in a women’s showdown at “THE ROCK”. Limestone, 10-3 on the season, currently has more victories than any team in the rankings. The win total has also equaled the programs all-time single season record for wins set by the 2001 squad that finished 10-1.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 31 points in the latest balloting, seven less than that of sixth-ranked Bloomsburg and eight more than eight rated Gannon. Adelphi and Mercyhurst are ninth and tenth respectively.

C.W. Post has taken over the top –ranking receiving four of the five available first place votes and 59 points overall while Longwood remains second picking up the other first place nod and 55 points in all. UC Davis falls from the top ranking to third while Stonehill and West Chester occupy the fourth and fifth spots respectively in the rankings.

The Saints return to action tomorrow, April 16, playing a contest at Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, NC against the home standing Falcons. The action begins at 4:00 PM. The Saints are one win from breaking the program single season record, as note earlier.

The Limestone women’s lacrosse team will close out its 2003 season on Saturday, April 19, hosting Lees-McRae in an 11:00 AM clash at “THE ROCK”. Then at 2:00 PM the fourth–ranked Limestone men’s team will host Pfeiffer in Deep South Conference action. Saturday will mark Senior Day for both of the Limestone lacrosse teams.


April 10, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse goalie Jackie Weaver earns Div. II Rookie of the Week honors

Weaver receives Womenslacrosse.com’s Division II Rookie of the Week award

Gaffney, South Carolina…Limestone College women’s lacrosse goalie Jackie Weaver (Carthage, NY) has been named the Division II Rookie of the Week by women’slacrosse.com.

Weaver of note last week came up eight saves in last Saturday’s 8-6 victory at now tenth-ranked Mercyhurst College (Erie, Pa). Thanks in part to play of Weaver, Limestone at 10-2 has tied the programs record for most wins in a season equaling the mark of the 2001 team that finished 10-1.

Sixth-ranked Limestone returns to action on Sunday, April 13th hosting second-ranked Longwood at “THE ROCK” in a huge match up with postseason implications. Longwood, which defeated Limestone 16-2 in Farmville, Va a season ago and sports a current record of 7-1, is ranked second in the latest Div. II South Region Poll while Limestone is third with UC Davis at the top. The top two teams at the end of the regular season will advance to the NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse National Semifinals at a site to be determined later.

Sunday’s Limestone/Longwood women’s lacrosse contest is scheduled to start at 11:00 AM.


April 10, 2003

Thursday’s women’s college action between Limestone and Pfeiffer ppd., due to rain

#6 Saints now prepare for Sunday’s showdown at “THE ROCK” versus #2 Longwood

Gaffney, South Carolina…Thursday’s women’s lacrosse action between Limestone and Pfeiffer has been postponed due to rain and rescheduled for Wednesday, April 16 at 4:00 PM in Misenheimer, NC.

Sixth-ranked Limestone returns to action on Sunday, April 13th hosting second-ranked Longwood at “THE ROCK” in a huge match up that will have postseason implications. Longwood is 7-1 and will play at Pfeiffer on Saturday before the Sunday showdown against the Saints, is currently ranked second in the latest Div. II South Region Poll while Limestone is third with UC Davis at the top. The top two teams at the end of the regular season will advance to the NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse National Semifinals at a site to be determined later.

The Saints and the Lancers met last season but in Farmville, Va with Longwood winning 16-2 (4/13/2). Sunday’s meeting will take place exactly one-year to the day from that clash a season ago.

Limestone at 10-2 has tied the programs record for most wins in a season equaling that of the 2001 team that finished 10-1 but was left out of the NCAA Division II four team playoff field.

Sunday’s Limestone/Longwood women’s lacrosse contest is scheduled to start at 11:00 AM. After the Longwood game, Limestone will have a pair of regular season games remaining. The Saints, as noted earlier, will play at Pfeiffer on Wednesday April 16 (4:00 PM) before closing out the regular campaign on Saturday April 19th hosting Lees-McRae (11:00 AM).


April 8, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse still sixth in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll

Saints win both games last week tying the program single season victory total with ten in the process

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse team remains sixth in the sixth weekly IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the regular season. It marks the third consecutive week that the Saints have occupied the sixth position in the national rankings.

Limestone won both of its games last week over the course of back-to back days on the road. The Saints defeated now tenth-ranked Mercyhurst 8-6 on Saturday and then beat Indiana University of Pa., 12-6 the next day. Limestone, 10-2 season, currently has more victories that any team in the rankings. The win total also ties the programs all-time single season record for wins set by the 2001 squad that finished 10-1.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 35 points in the latest balloting, five less than that of fifth-ranked Bloomsburg and six more than now #7 Stonehill. Gannon, Adelphi and Mercyhurst round out the top ten.

UC Davis remains on top for the second consecutive week, receiving four of the five available first place votes and 59. In fact the top six remain the same as last week. Longwood is second C.W. Post, which picked up the other first place vote is third while West Chester is fourth.

The Saints return to action on Thursday, of this week, April 10, closing out a three-game road swing, playing a contest at Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, NC., against the home standing Falcons. The action begins at 4:00 PM.

The next home game for the Limestone women’s lacrosse team is scheduled for this coming Sunday, April 13th when the Saints will host formerly top-ranked Longwood, currently 7-1, in an 11:00 AM clash at “THE ROCK”.


April 1, 2003

Limestone women’s lacrosse remains sixth in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll

Saints split a pair of contests last week; now 8-2 overall

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse team remains sixth in the fifth weekly IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the regular season. It marks the second consecutive week that the Saints have occupied the sixth position in the national rankings.

Limestone split two games last week. The Saints closed out the week on Saturday with a 12-6 loss at home to now top-ranked University of California, Davis. Two days earlier Limestone posted a convincing 20-3 victory at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC. The Saints are currently 8-2 on the season.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 34 points in the latest balloting, seven less than that of fifth-ranked Bloomsburg and five more than #7 Gannon. Stonehill, Adelphi and Millersville are eighth through tenth respectively.

UC Davis has taken over the top ranking this week. The Aggies in addition to Saturday’s win at No. 6 Limestone defeated then top-ranked Longwood a few days earlier in Farmville, Va, the Lancers drop one spot the second with C.W. Post falling one to third while West Chester maintained it place at No. 4. As matter of fact only the top three spots changed hands this week with the fourth through tenth rankings remaining the same as last week.

The Saints return to action on Saturday, of this week, April 5, opening a three-game road swing, playing at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pa., against the home standing Lakers who are 4-3. The action begins at 12:00 PM. The Saints will be action the following day as well Sunday, April 6th with a contest at Indiana University of Pa., against the Indians at 12:00 PM.

The next home game for the Limestone women’s lacrosse team is scheduled for Sunday, April 13th when the Saints will host formerly top-ranked Longwood, currently 5-1, in an 11:00 AM clash at “THE ROCK”.


Limestone women’s lacrosse slips one spot to sixth in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll


Saints drop despite winning two of three games last week

Gaffney, South Carolina…Despite winning two of three games last week the Limestone College women’s lacrosse squad has fallen one position to sixth in the fourth weekly IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the regular season.

Limestone posted wins last week over Lock Haven (7-6) on Tuesday and now tenth-ranked Millersville (16-11) on Saturday but closed out the week’s action on Sunday tasting defeat for the first time this season with a narrow 9-7 loss to now seventh-ranked Bloomsburg. The Saints are currently 7-1 on the season.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 35 points in the balloting this week, seven less than that of fifth-ranked Bloomsburg and five more than #7 Gannon. Stonehill, Adelphi and Millersville are eighth through tenth respectively.

Longwood has taken over the top spot receiving four first place votes and 59 overall with C.W. Post moving up to second receiving the other first place vote and 53 points overall. UC Davis, which is at Limestone on Saturday, remains third in the rankings with West Chester falling from the top spot to fourth.

The Saints return to action on Thursday, of this week, March 27, closing out a five-game road swing, playing at Guilford College against the home standing Quakers who are 3-6. The action begins at 4:00 PM on Thursday in Greensboro, NC. Limestone’s next home game is scheduled for this coming Saturday, March 29 when the Saints will host No. 3 UC Davis, currently 4-3, in a 12:00 PM clash at “THE ROCK”.

Limestone College which is located in Gaffney, South Carolina with on-campus enrollment of 550 and more than 1,400 adult evening students at 15 sites throughout the state and Virtual Campus (Internet), is a member of the NCAA Division II and competes as an Independent in the sport of women’s lacrosse.



Limestone women’s lacrosse moves up two slots to fifth in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll


Saints, 5-0, have outscored opponents 80-24; LC at Lock Haven (Pa.) tonight

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse squad has climbed two spots and is now fifth in the third weekly IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the regular season.

Limestone defeated Bryant College (Smithfield, Rhode Island) 11-6, on Friday night at Hilton Head (SC) in its only action last week. The Saints are 5-0 on the season having outscored the opposition 80-24.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 37 points in this week’s balloting, a total that is nine less than that of C.W. Post, which dropped one spot to fourth. Limestone’s total is, however, only three more than that of Stonehill, which fell a pair of spots to sixth.

West Chester and Longwood are again one and two respectively in the IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll with UC Davis third. As noted earlier C.W. Post, Limestone and Stonehill are fourth, fifth and sixth respectively. Positions seven through ten are occupied by, Bloomsburg, Gannon, Adelphi and East Stroudsburg.

The Saints return to action tonight Tuesday, March 18, playing at Lock Haven in Pennsylvania against the home standing Bald Eagles, the action begins at 7:00 PM. Tonight’s action for Limestone marks the second of five straight away from campus. Limestone’s next home game is scheduled for Saturday, March 29 when the Saints will host No. 3 UC Davis in a 12:00 PM clash at “THE ROCK”.

Limestone College which is located in Gaffney, South Carolina with on-campus enrollment of 550 and more than 1,400 adult evening students at 15 sites throughout the state and Virtual Campus (Internet), is a member of the NCAA Division II and competes as an Independent in the sport of women’s lacrosse.



Limestone women’s lacrosse moves up a spot to seventh in the latest IWLCA Division II Poll


Saints, 4-0, have outscored opponents 69-18 including Saturday’s 12-3 win over then #7 Gannon

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse squad has moved up one spot and is now seventh in the second weekly IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the regular season.

Limestone won both of its games last week including a 12-3 victory on Saturday over then seventh-ranked Gannon at ”THE ROCK”. The Saints are 4-0 on the season having outscored the opposition 69-18.

The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 32 points in this week’s balloting, seven less than that of Bloomsburg, which dropped one spot to sixth, yet Limestone’s total is 11 more than Gannon which dropped to eighth.

The top four in the IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll remain the same as last week with West Chester leading the way followed by Longwood, C.W. Post and Stonehill. UC Davis holds the fifth spot with Bloomsburg, Limestone, Gannon, Adelphi and East Stroudsburg sixth through tenth respectively.

The Saints return to action Friday, March 14 with a neutral site contest in Hilton Head (SC) versus Bryant with the action beginning at 7:00 PM. Limestone’s next home game is scheduled for Saturday, March 29 when the Saints will host No. 5 UC Davis in a 12:00 PM clash at “THE ROCK”.

Limestone College which is located in Gaffney, South Carolina with on-campus enrollment of 550 and more than 1,400 adult evening students at 15 sites throughout the state and Virtual Campus (Internet), is a member of the NCAA Division II and competes as an Independent in the sport of women’s lacrosse.



Limestone women’s lacrosse surges into Division II national rankings at No. 8


Saints 3-0, host No. 7 Gannon on Saturday, March 8 at 12:00 PM

Gaffney, South Carolina…The Limestone College women’s lacrosse squad is eighth in the first weekly IWLCA Division II Poll of the regular season. The Saints and head coach Scott Tucker received 24 points in the balloting. Limestone is off to a 3-0 start having outscored Greensboro, Methodist and Regis by a combined margin of 57-15.

The Saints return to action Saturday, March 8 hosting now seventh-ranked Gannon (1-0) in a Division II women’s clash at 12:00 PM at Saints Field. Gannon received 27 points in the poll, three more than Limestone.

West Chester, Longwood, C.W. Post, Stonehill and Bloomsburg are one through five respectively in the IWLCA Division II poll with UC Davis sixth followed by Gannon, Limestone at No. 8, Pfeiffer and Mercyhurst.

Limestone College which is located in Gaffney, South Carolina with on-campus enrollment of 550 and more than 1,400 adult evening students at 15 sites throughout the state and Virtual Campus (Internet), is a member of the NCAA Division II and competes as an Independent in the sport of women’s lacrosse.


Lady Saints name tri-captains:
Kathy Campbell (Sr),
Stephanie Allen (Sr),
Michelle Lare (Jr)