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#28 Alex Poplawski
Position: Midfield
Height: 6'0"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Springfield, Pa.
High School: Springfield
Major: Product Design
Poplawski Photos

As a Freshman in 2014:

Started all 19 games.
Scored goals in her first eight collegiate games, totaling 13 in that span.
Fifth on the team in goals with 25... had a goal in her collegiate debut, Feb. 15 vs. Ohio State.
Recorded four assists, and fired 46 shots, 34 on goal.
Bagged 14 ground balls, controlled 14 draws, and caused 13 turnovers.
Scored four goals against Cornell (March 25).
Recorded a season-high four turnovers against Saint Mary’s (March 22).
Controlled six draws against Colorado (May 2).
Caused four turnovers against Saint Mary’s (March 22), tying her for the 10th-highest single-game total in school history.

High School:

A 2013 graduate of Springfield High School in Springfield, Pa.
Three-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American (2011-2013), two-time Academic All-American in 2012 and 2013, and Under Armour All-American in 2013.
Four-time first-team All-Delaware County (2010-2013), four-time first-team All-Central League (2010-2013) and All-Delaware County Player of the Year in 2013.
Named team Most Valuable Player in 2013. Scholar Athlete of the Year and Player of the Year runner-up in 2013.
Made four appearances in the district tournament (2010-2013) and finished second in 2010 and 2013.
Made state tournament appearances in 2010 and 2013, and placed second in 2010.
Holds the career school record in assists (115) and draw controls (360), and ranks second in goals (246).
Holds single-season school records in assists (44) and draw controls (132), and ranks second in goals (89).
Also competed for basketball and soccer.
Was a two-time first team All-Central League and 2013 second team All-Delaware County selection in basketball.
Played club lacrosse for Phantastix Lacrosse.


Daughter of Mark and Chrissy Poplawski.
Has an older sister, Maddie, who was an All-American and All-Ivy League midfielder at Pennsylvania.
Mother played lacrosse at Temple and was an All-America goalie, winning the 1984 NCAA Championship.
Mother was also a member of the 1989 U.S. World Cup championship team.
Father played basketball at Temple.

Career statistics:

2014 19 19 25 4 29 46 14 14 13