REVIEW: West of Loathing is a surreal role-playing game with an unapologetically silly sense of humor that would make Mel Brooks proud. It’s the latest title from Asymmetric Publications, whose web-based RPG Kingdom of Loathing is still going strong since its 2003 launch. Kingdom of Loathing is what you’d get if you fed a rowdy bunch of […]
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Years with the U.S. Program: 3
College: Syracuse 2014
Honors: UWLX All Star (2016), Tewaaraton Finalist (2013-14), First Team All-American (2012-14), First Team All-ACC (2014), First Team All-Big East (2012-13), Big East Attacker of the Year (2013)
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