The Big South Women's Lacrosse Championship begins with quarterfinal action on Wednesday, April 30 at campus sites.
With the win, Coastal is 2-0 in Big South openers.
The Chants hold a 1-0 record in the all-time series against Campbell.
The weekly honor is the first for Alicia Geiter and the second for a Chanticleer this season.
Coastal tied a single-game program record with 36 shots.
2014- Big South Presidential Honor Roll (Freshman)
2014 (Freshman):Played in all 17 games for the Chants, garnering 16 starts ... Led all freshman in scoring and finished the season tied for third on the team in points with 29 ... Was one of six Chanticleers to average over a point per game (1.71) ... Set Coastal's freshman single-season record in goals with 27 ... Had nine multiple-goal games, including hat tricks against Elon, Marquette, Longwood, Presbyterian and Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the Big South championship ... Scored the game-winning goal in Coastal's 14-10 win over Campbell ... Provided one assist each against Cincinnati and Winthrop ... Set a Coastal single-season record with a team-leading 81 shots ... Led Coastal in free position shots (19) and free position goals (11) ... Recorded multiple ground balls in four games and tallied 18 on the season, most among freshman field players ... Won seven draw controls and was credited with 10 caused turnovers ... Was named the Big South Freshman of the Week for games played March 10-16 ... Was named to the 2013-14 Big South Presidential Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's List for the Fall 2013 semester.
At Moorestown HS: As a junior, scored seven goals and had three assists, as well as three ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Had six points on four goals and two assists as a sophomore ... Scored 36 times and had 14 assists as a freshman ... Helped Moorestown to a perfect 26-0 record, as well as a Group III championship, as a junior ... Also competed in gymnastics.
Personal: Full name is Alicia Marie Geiter ... Daughter of Charles and Tina Geiter ... Has an older sister, Victoria.