This offseason, the Saint Joseph's women's lacrosse program will individually introduce its 13 newest Hawks. With the departure of nine letterwinners, including a trio of starters, from last year’s team, this incoming group comprised of six attackers, four midfielders, two defenders, and a goalkeeper will add to a Hawks squad that is coming off of a program-record, 11-win season, which was capped by a run at the 2017 Atlantic 10 Championship Tournament, and will play under the direction of fourth-year head coach Alex Kahoe.

#45 Corinne Buttner GK 5-5 Highland Mills, N.Y. Monroe Woodbury • Secondary Education - History
An incoming goalkeeper out of Highland Mills, New York, Buttner made 327 career saves over her three-year career at Monroe Woodbury High School, including 144 as a junior, and led her squad to three Section 9 finals. A two-time Varsity 845 First Team selection and 2017 Varsity All-Star Team pick, Buttner was named the squad’s 2017 Most Valuable Player and 2016 Most Improved Player.

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