Colorado College Men's Lacrosse

Summary

  • Top 37% for retention in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 17% in men's lacrosse in Division III for avg athletic scholarship
  • Top 34% tallest athletes in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 14% lightest athletes in men's lacrosse
  • Top 28% tallest attackmen in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 42% heaviest attackmen in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 29% tallest midfielders in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 36% lightest midfielders in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 39% tallest defensemen in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 5% lightest defensemen in men's lacrosse
  • Top 44% tallest goalies in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 45% lightest goalies in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 1% for spending per athlete in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 49% for international students in men's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 8% in men's lacrosse in Division III for ACT score
  • Top 9% in men's lacrosse in Division III for SAT score
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Team Information - Men

Division:
Division III
Conference:
Independent
Overall Retention:
79%
In-State Athletes:
17%
Average Height:
5'11"
Average Weight:
177 lbs
Scholarship/Tuition:
10%
Attackmen
Average Height:
5'11"
Average Weight:
178 lbs
Average Class Year:
Sophomore
Midfielders
Average Height:
5'11"
Average Weight:
174 lbs
Average Class Year:
Sophomore
Defensemen
Average Height:
6'
Average Weight:
179 lbs
Average Class Year:
Sophomore
Goalies
Average Height:
5'11"
Average Weight:
185 lbs
Average Class Year:
Sophomore

Meet Christina

Counseling Associate

Before starting as a college counselor with Sparks in 2011, Christina coached and recruited at Harvard, Michigan, and Washington State Universities. She holds a B.A. from Michigan and an Ed.M. from Boston University and has also coached on the high school level. Beyond her work as a counselor with Sparks, she also helped build the firm's experiential education division.


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Academic Information

Undergraduate Population:
2,118
Tuition:
$63,600
Tuition Category:
On Campus
Average Net Price:
$21,027
Classroom Ratio:
10 to 1
Campus Setting:
City: Large
Selectivity:
Most Selective
Institution Type:
4-year, Private
Overall Graduation Rate:
87%
% Students on Campus:
75%
% Students from out of State:
82%
Housing Options:
  • Apartment Single
  • Dorms Coed
  • Theme Housing
  • Frat Sorority
  • Dorms Female
  • Wellness Housing
Testing Required:
No
ACT Midpoint:
30
SAT Midpoint:
1325
Financial Aid:
Superb
Academics:
Most Strenuous
Top 3 Majors:
  • Economics, General
  • Sociology
  • Environmental Science
Majors and Degrees Bachelors
Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender and Group Studies
Asian Studies/Civilization 2
French Studies 2
Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/Chicano Studies 6
Italian Studies 1
Regional Studies (U.S., Canadian, Foreign) 6
Russian Studies 0
Women's Studies 3
Biological And Biomedical Sciences
Biochemistry 11
Biology/Biological Sciences, General 0
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology 23
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 25
Neuroscience 11
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
Computer and Information Sciences, Other 4
Education
Education, General 6
English Language and Literature/Letters
Creative Writing 16
English Language and Literature, General 12
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 3
Comparative Literature 5
French Language and Literature 0
German Language and Literature 1
Italian Language and Literature 0
Spanish Language and Literature 2
History
History, General 9
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other 6
Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics, General 18
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 16
Natural Resources and Conservation
Environmental Science 32
Environmental Studies 8
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Philosophy 16
Religion/Religious Studies 5
Physical Sciences
Chemistry, General 4
Geology/Earth Science, General 23
Physics, General 8
Psychology
Psychology, General 23
Social Sciences
Anthropology 9
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics 15
Economics, General 46
International Economics 14
Political Science and Government, General 28
Social Sciences, Other 5
Sociology 33
Visual and Performing Arts
Art History, Criticism and Conservation 2
Dance, General 1
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General 1
Film/Cinema/Video Studies 4
Fine/Studio Arts, General 18
Music, General 7

Colorado College Women's Lacrosse

Summary

  • Top 34% in women's lacrosse in Division III for avg athletic scholarship
  • Top 16% tallest athletes in women's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 42% tallest attackmen in women's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 2% tallest midfielders in women's lacrosse
  • Top 23% tallest goalies in women's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 1% for spending per athlete in women's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 50% for international students in women's lacrosse in Division III
  • Top 8% in women's lacrosse in Division III for ACT score
  • Top 9% in women's lacrosse in Division III for SAT score
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Team Information - Women

Division:
Division III
Conference:
Independent
Overall Retention:
63%
In-State Athletes:
7%
Average Height:
5'6"
Scholarship/Tuition:
8%
Attackmen
Average Height:
5'5"
Average Class Year:
Sophomore
Midfielders
Average Height:
5'8"
Average Class Year:
Sophomore
Defensemen
Average Height:
5'5"
Average Class Year:
Junior
Goalies
Average Height:
5'7"
Average Class Year:
Sophomore

Meet Christina

Counseling Associate

Before starting as a college counselor with Sparks in 2011, Christina coached and recruited at Harvard, Michigan, and Washington State Universities. She holds a B.A. from Michigan and an Ed.M. from Boston University and has also coached on the high school level. Beyond her work as a counselor with Sparks, she also helped build the firm's experiential education division.


Work With Us

Academic Information

Undergraduate Population:
2,118
Tuition:
$63,600
Tuition Category:
On Campus
Average Net Price:
$21,027
Classroom Ratio:
10 to 1
Campus Setting:
City: Large
Selectivity:
Most Selective
Institution Type:
4-year, Private
Overall Graduation Rate:
87%
% Students on Campus:
75%
% Students from out of State:
82%
Housing Options:
  • Apartment Single
  • Dorms Coed
  • Theme Housing
  • Frat Sorority
  • Dorms Female
  • Wellness Housing
Testing Required:
No
ACT Midpoint:
30
SAT Midpoint:
1325
Financial Aid:
Superb
Academics:
Most Strenuous
Top 3 Majors:
  • Economics, General
  • Sociology
  • Environmental Science
Majors and Degrees Bachelors
Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender and Group Studies
Asian Studies/Civilization 2
French Studies 2
Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/Chicano Studies 6
Italian Studies 1
Regional Studies (U.S., Canadian, Foreign) 6
Russian Studies 0
Women's Studies 3
Biological And Biomedical Sciences
Biochemistry 11
Biology/Biological Sciences, General 0
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology 23
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 25
Neuroscience 11
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
Computer and Information Sciences, Other 4
Education
Education, General 6
English Language and Literature/Letters
Creative Writing 16
English Language and Literature, General 12
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 3
Comparative Literature 5
French Language and Literature 0
German Language and Literature 1
Italian Language and Literature 0
Spanish Language and Literature 2
History
History, General 9
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other 6
Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics, General 18
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 16
Natural Resources and Conservation
Environmental Science 32
Environmental Studies 8
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Philosophy 16
Religion/Religious Studies 5
Physical Sciences
Chemistry, General 4
Geology/Earth Science, General 23
Physics, General 8
Psychology
Psychology, General 23
Social Sciences
Anthropology 9
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics 15
Economics, General 46
International Economics 14
Political Science and Government, General 28
Social Sciences, Other 5
Sociology 33
Visual and Performing Arts
Art History, Criticism and Conservation 2
Dance, General 1
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General 1
Film/Cinema/Video Studies 4
Fine/Studio Arts, General 18
Music, General 7

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