Giselle Todd ’21, a sophomore goaltender on the women’s lacrosse team at Dartmouth College, was named the Ivy League Goaltender of the Year on Wednesday, May 3, and was placed on the All-Ivy First Team.
In her sophomore campaign, Todd led the Big Green in ground balls, was second in the Ivy League in saves per game, third in save percentage, and fifth in goals-against average while starting all 15 games this year.
At Loomis, Giselle played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse. In her senior year, she was a captain of the lacrosse team, an All-New England selection, the team MVP, and a recipient of the Barbara W. Erickson Senior Athletic Achievement Prize.
Read the full story about Giselle’s sophomore season on the Dartmouth College athletics website.