PAINESVILLE, Ohio – Mallory Ferrandiz has been inducted into the New Haven Athletic Hall of Fame. She was inducted March (24), and is the first women's lacrosse player inducted into the New Haven Athletics Hall of Fame.
Ferrandiz was a key member of the Chargers her freshman year as she had 49 goals and a team leading 14 assists. She was named first team all conference and named to the WomensLacrosse.com All-Rookie team. Ferrandiz averaged 4.38 draw controls per game as a freshman, which is the second best single-season average in program history.
Her sophomore year was cut short due to injury but came back strong as a junior. Ferrandiz once again led the team in assists (19) and scored 36 goals. Ferrandiz also led the team in draw controls (50) and caused turnovers (22). As a junior Ferrandiz earned IWLCA All-North Region and collected her second All-Conference accolade.
In her final season Ferrandiz had career highs in goals (42) and assists (28) for a total of 70 points. For a second straight season she led the Chargers in draw controls with 59, and 44 caused turnovers. She led her team to a school record 16 wins, the program's first conference championship and a trip to the NCAA tournament. As a senior Ferrandiz was named an IWLCA first team All-American, she was the first All-American in program history.
Ferrandiz is still in the New Haven record books as she ranks second in draw controls with 202, third in assists with 67, fourth in caused turnovers with 104, and seventh in goals scored with 146.
Ferrandiz is in her third season with the Storm. She has taken Lake Erie to back to back GLIAC conference tournaments, and is off to 6-0 start in the 2017 campaign.