Lowell’s Noelle Lambert, lacrosse player at UMass, returned to the field for the first time since losing her leg in a moped accident in 2016. Despite not being able to play, Lambert was at practice supported her team. After fearing she would never have a career in lacrosse again, Lambert proved that sometimes a set back is simply preparation for a comeback. She scored a goal in her first game back, contributing the the 16-1 victory UMass snagged over Hartford on Sat. April 7.
— NCAA Lacrosse (@NCAALAX) April 8, 2018