Girls Lacrosse Celebrates Lindsay Bugbee Crosby Bowl

On Saturday, the girls varsity lacrosse team honored and celebrated the life and legacy of Lindsay Bugbee Crosby, a beloved member of the Deerfield Academy and Westminster School communities while competing for the Lindsay Bugbee Crosby Bowl.

Every year, when the Deerfield and Westminster girls varsity lacrosse teams play each other, they compete for the LBC Bowl. The inscription on the bowl reads:

Coach, mentor, and dear friend of both Deerfield (2013-2015) and Westminster School (2015-2018). To honor Lindsay and her love for competition, lacrosse, and her meaningful impact on both school communities and lacrosse programs, Westminster and Deerfield Lacrosse play for the LBC Bowl each spring.

The LBC Bowl was conceived as an opportunity for both school communities to honor Lindsay’s love of competition and unite every year in their shared respect, appreciation and recognition of Lindsay’s impact to young women within so many different communities and the world of lacrosse.

This year, the Big Green traveled to Simsbury, CT to face off against the Martlets in the 6th Annual LBC Bowl game. At the final whistle, the Big Green were victorious by a score of 16-6. The bowl has lived in Deerfield since its inception in 2019.

The Big Green girls varsity lacrosse team will return to action this Wednesday, May 1 at Loomis Chaffee.

Go Big Green!