Betch, Freeman Earn IWLCA All-Metro Region Honors
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NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. – Sophomore Hailey Betch (Severna Park, Md./Severna Park) and junior Rachael Freeman (Baltimore, Md./Friends) represented the St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s lacrosse team on the 2023 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Metro Region Second Team as announced by IWLCA Wednesday afternoon (May 17).
Betch and Freeman were one of 256 Division III women’s lacrosse players honored by the IWLCA with a selection to one of the eight All-Region Teams. The duo are now eligible to be named to an IWLCA All-America team, which will be announced on May 24.
The 2023 United East Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Betch is picking up her first-ever all-region honor after being named to the All-United East First Team at attack on May 4. She notched her 100th career point on April 1 with a seven-point effort at Lancaster Bible College. The 6-0 attacker currently ranks 31st in Division III with a conference-best 97 points while ranking 47th with a league-leading 5.11 points per game.
Betch is also 49th in the nation with 64 goals, which is tops in the United East. She leads the conference as well with a team-best 33 assists while coming in third in the league with a team-leading 58 draw controls. Additionally, Betch contributed 24 ground balls and eight caused turnovers in starting all 19 games for the Seahawks.
Hailey Betch vs Stockton (2.18.23)
The 2023 United East Defensive Player of the Year, Freeman is also notching her first career all-region award. She is a two-time All-United East First Team choice at defense, picking up the honor in 2022 and 2023. She anchored a stingy defense that only allowed 12 goals in five conference games.
The 5-2 defender currently leads the United East with a team-leading 53 ground balls while being tied for fourth with a team-best 23 caused turnovers. A starter in all 19 contests this season, Freeman scooped up her 100th career loose ball on April 22 with two grounders against Mount Aloysius College. She also added her first three career goals this season.
Rachael Freeman vs Stockton (2.18.23)
St. Mary’s College finished the 2023 campaign with an 11-8 (5-0 UEC) overall record and as back-to-back United East regular-season and tournament champions. The Seahawks collected their second straight, and 10th overall, bid to the NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament, bowing out in the first round to No. 11 Messiah College.
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Brianna Gauthier – 2009 – Women’s Lacrosse
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GAUTHIER FILE: Appeared in 10 games, including eight starts in 2009. .. Registered 11 goals and five assists for 16 points along with 32 shots, 25 ground balls, 15 caused turnovers and 10 draw controls… Named NEC Rookie of the Week for the week of Apr. 6-12, 2009… Made collegiate debut registering a shot, two ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover in a 19-5 loss against Hofstra on Mar. 18, 2009… Notched her first career assist in a 16-6 win against Long Island on Mar. 20, 2009… Scored the go-ahead goal for her first career score in a 10-9 win against Monmouth on Mar. 29, 2009… Registered two goals including the game-winning goal and also scooped up five ground balls in a 12-7 victory against Sacred Heart on Apr. 9, 2009… Notched a career-high four goals and three assists in a 19-8 win against Wagner on Apr. 11, 2009… Tallied a goal, four ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control in a 14-13 loss against Robert Morris on Apr. 19, 2009… Registered a goal, an assist and six ground balls in an 11-9 loss against Quinnipiac in the NEC Semifinals on Apr. 24, 2009… Joined the women’s lacrosse team for the 2009 season after being a four-year letterwinner on the Mount’s women’s basketball team. (WBB bio)
PERSONAL: Majoring in sports management… The daughter of Susan and Arthur Gauthier… Brianna Nicole Gauthier was born on June 13, 1987 in Annapolis, Md.
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Bentley from Bentley. The fate of a photographer in America: humus — LiveJournal
The city of Bentley was founded in 1906 in North Dakota about 14 miles south of its present location, where it was moved 19 10 year. For a time there was a town also named after Bentley in Oliver County, which was eventually renamed Sanger.
Arthur Bentley. 1898
Arthur A. Bentley was born March 1870 in Eden Valley. He came to Fargo and set up his photographic studio around 1895. On May 20, 1896, he married Mary Amelia Kate Wahpeton, North Dakota (daughters of Ashley and Mary Keith).
Arthur and Mary Bentley
They had two children: Hazel (1900-1918 – died in Lacrosse, Wisconsin) and Edamay (1903-1980 – grandmother of Virginia Barry).
Hazel Bentley (1900 – 1918)
His studio had a large staff, in 1898 Bentley had branches in a number of cities in North Dakota including Ijeli, Lisbon, Buffalo.
Bentley shop. Appearance
Bentley store. Interior view
In 1907 he moved to Hettinger County, North Dakota, where he founded the city of Bentley. There he set up a number of businesses, including a photography studio.
In 1912, he sold all his businesses in North Dakota and moved to Lacrosse, Wisconsin. There he opened a photography studio, a trading shop and began to publish a local newspaper.
City of Bentley. July 4, 1910
He served as mayor of Lacrosse from 1915 to 1923. In 1924, the Bentley family moved to Fulton, Illinois, where he served as Chairman of the Life Fidelity Association. Mr. Bentley died on November 14, 1935 in Clinton, Iowa. Ms. Bentley died at 1952 year.
City of Bentley in photos Bentley
Bentley. City six months old
Bentley train station
Main Street Bentley
900 16 Sheep ranch
Bentley Delivery Service
Bentley Loading and Unloading Crew
Harvest at Bentley
Bentley July 31, 1911
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