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Besser Dyson

Alexandria, Va.
St. Stephens & St. Agnes
High School
Besser Dyson - Women's Lacrosse - Virginia Cavaliers


• VaSID Second Team
• Totaled 33 assists to lead the team and rank 4th in the ACC with 1.57 assists per game
• Second on the team with 61 points (28 goals, 33 assists)
• Had a career-high four assists in wins over Richmond and Louisville
• Dished out multiple assists in nine contests…scored a goal in eight-straight games
• Recorded hat tricks in three-straight games helping UVA to wins over No. 10 Notre Dame, James Madison and No. 17 Duke
• Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week (March 28) after totaling six goals and three assists in wins over JMU and No. 17 Duke

• Appeared in all 18 games with 17 starts
• Tied for team-high 41 points (22 goals, 19 assists)
• Led the team with 19 assists
• Scored a career-high four goals in the win over Richmond (2/24)
• Dished out a career-high four assists and added a goal to tie career-high with five points in the win over Virginia Tech (4/22)
• Also picked up a career-high three ground balls against Hokies
• Had a career-high five points in three games (Richmond, Navy, Virginia Tech)
• Dished out an assists in 10 games
• Scored a goal in all but two games

• Appeared in four games
• Had an assist in the NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Winthrop
• Also picked up a ground ball in the Winthrop game

• Appeared in four games
• Had an assist, her first collegiate point, at William & Mary (March 12)
• Scored both of her season goals against American (April 1)

• Two-time All-American
• 2013 Under Armour All-American
• Played Varsity Lacrosse four years at St. Stephens & St. Agnes
• Finished career with 561 points (286 goals, 275 assists)
• 2013 Set all time team record for points in a season: (201; 52 goals & 149 assists)
• Set school record for career assists with 275
• 2013 Washington Post All Met selection
• Three-time all ISL and two-time all state selection
• Played Varsity Field Hockey for four years

• Full name is Elizabeth Julia Dyson
• Daughter of Craig and Patti Dyson
• Has three siblings, Matt, Sam and Annie
• Received the John Morrow Stanton Award for excellence in athletics
• Her major is Media Studies

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