"A two-time All-America midfielder in lacrosse, Alyssa Trudel ('05) helped guide the Terriers to their first NCAA quarterfinal appearance and three America East championships. The four-time All-Conference honoree was one of three players in program history to earn All-America First Team honors and one of five Terriers to earn multiple All-America accolades during her career at the time of her induction.

The Shoreham, Vermont, native finished her career with 238 points (143g, 95a), which at the time ranked fifth all-time in program history. Her name is etched throughout the BU record books, as she graduated ranked in the top five all-time in caused turnovers (99), draw controls (142) and ground balls (152), while her 86 points (44g, 42a) during her sophomore season was the third most all-time in a single season at the time of induction.

During her senior season, she led the Terriers to a perfect 6-0 mark in conference play and an 18-2 overall record, which was tied for the most wins in school history. Trudel, a two-time captain, was named the 2003 America East Player of the Year as a sophomore and led BU to its first-ever NCAA tournament victory two years later with a 12-6 win over Colgate in the first round.

Alyssa Trudel

Athlete Ambassador

Sport:

Lacrosse

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Years Active:

2001-2005

Career Highlights:

"A two-time All-America midfielder in lacrosse, Alyssa Trudel ('05) helped guide the Terriers to their first NCAA quarterfinal appearance and three America East championships. The four-time All-Conference honoree was one of three players in program history to earn All-America First Team honors and one of five Terriers to earn multiple All-America accolades during her career at the time of her induction.

The Shoreham, Vermont, native finished her career with 238 points (143g, 95a), which at the time ranked fifth all-time in program history. Her name is etched throughout the BU record books, as she graduated ranked in the top five all-time in caused turnovers (99), draw controls (142) and ground balls (152), while her 86 points (44g, 42a) during her sophomore season was the third most all-time in a single season at the time of induction.

During her senior season, she led the Terriers to a perfect 6-0 mark in conference play and an 18-2 overall record, which was tied for the most wins in school history. Trudel, a two-time captain, was named the 2003 America East Player of the Year as a sophomore and led BU to its first-ever NCAA tournament victory two years later with a 12-6 win over Colgate in the first round.

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(From BU HALL of FAME induction https://goterriers.com/hof.aspx?hof=245 )

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"A two-time All-America midfielder in lacrosse, Alyssa Trudel ('05) helped guide the Terriers to their first NCAA quarterfinal appearance and three America East championships. The four-time All-Conference honoree was one of three players in program history to earn All-America First Team honors and one of five Terriers to earn multiple All-America accolades during her career at the time of her induction.

The Shoreham, Vermont, native finished her career with 238 points (143g, 95a), which at the time ranked fifth all-time in program history. Her name is etched throughout the BU record books, as she graduated ranked in the top five all-time in caused turnovers (99), draw controls (142) and ground balls (152), while her 86 points (44g, 42a) during her sophomore season was the third most all-time in a single season at the time of induction.

During her senior season, she led the Terriers to a perfect 6-0 mark in conference play and an 18-2 overall record, which was tied for the most wins in school history. Trudel, a two-time captain, was named the 2003 America East Player of the Year as a sophomore and led BU to its first-ever NCAA tournament victory two years later with a 12-6 win over Colgate in the first round.