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IWLCA Honors 48 NCAA Div I Women’s Lacrosse Student-Athletes With All-America Team Selections


2014 All-America Teams Women's Lacrosse

The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association has honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on the All-America teams for 2014. The IWLCA will honor the National All-Americans at the IWLCA All-American banquet on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge in King Prussia, Pa.

First Team

Nikki Boltja, University of Louisville, Sr., Attack
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Taylor D’Amore, Johns Hopkins University, Sr., Attack
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Abbey Friend, University of North Carolina, Sr., Attack

Brooke Griffin, University of Maryland, Jr., Attack

Alyssa Murray, Syracuse University, Sr., Attack

Kayla Treanor, Syracuse University, So., Attack

Taylor Cummings, University of Maryland, So., Midfield

Shannon Gilroy, University of Florida, Jr., Midfield

Kelly McPartland, University of Maryland, Jr., Midfield

Mikaela Rix, Boston College, Jr., Midfield

Megan Douty, University of Maryland, Jr., Defense

Meg Markham, University of Pennsylvania, Jr., Defense

Sloane Serpe, University of North Carolina, Sr., Defense

Margaret Smith, Notre Dame University, Sr., Defense

Taylor Virden, Duke University, Sr., Defense

Liz Colgan, University of Virginia, Sr., Goalkeeper

Second Team

Katie Ferris, University of Massachusetts, Sr., Attack

Alyssa Leonard, Northwestern University, Sr., Attack

Kerrin Maurer, Duke University, Jr., Attack

Jill Remenapp, University of Denver, Jr., Attack

Covie Stanwick, Boston College, Jr., Attack

Courtney Swan, University of Virginia, Jr., Attack

Hannah Farr, Stanford University, Jr., Midfield

Beth Glaros, University of Maryland, Sr., Midfield

Lauren Kahn, University of Connecticut, Sr., Midfield

Kaylin Morissette, University of Louisville, So., Midfield

Marlee Paton, Loyola University, Sr., Midfield

Kasey Mock, Syracuse University, Sr., Defense

Lauren Purvis, Pennsylvania State University, Sr., Defense

Colleen Smith, Princeton University, Sr., Defense

Morgan Stephens, University of Virginia, Jr., Defense

Tori DeScenza, Ohio State University, Jr., Goalkeeper

Third Team

Liza Blue, University of Virginia, Sr., Attack

Faye Brust, University of Louisville, Jr., Attack

Cortney Fortunato, University of Notre Dame, Fr., Attack

Sydney Holman, University of North Carolina, Fr., Attack

Erin McMunn, Princeton University, Jr., Attack

Aly Messinger, University of North Carolina, So., Attack

Annie Thomas, Loyola University, Jr., Attack

Nora Barry, University of Florida, Jr., Midfield

Sammy Cermack, Johns Hopkins University, Sr., Midfield

Madison Cyr, Penn State University, So., Midfield

Taryn VanThof, Loyola University, Jr., Midfield

Kathleen Lennon, University of Albany, Sr., Defense

Maddy Lesher, Loyola University, So., Defense

Alice Mercer, University of Maryland, So., Defense

Monica Negron, University of Louisville, Sr., Defense

Frankie Caridi, Stony Brook University, Sr., Goalkeeper

NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Women’s Lacrosse Ranked #16 In 2013-14 Preseason IWLCA Coaches Poll


Denver Women's Lacrosse 2014 Preseason #15/16 Ranking

The University of Denver women’s lacrosse team is ranked preseason No. 15 in deBeer women’s lacrosse media poll. Additionally, the Pioneers are ranked preseason No. 16 in the IWLCA Coaches poll.
The Pioneers finished the 2013 season with an 18-3 record and a trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Denver went undefeated at home and had a perfect 8-0 record in the regular season against Mountain Pacific Sports Federation teams.
DU opens its 2014 schedule against Colorado at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 3 p.m.
For complete rankings, visit NCAA.com.

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NCAA Lacrosse: IWLCA Coaches 2013-14 Preseason Top 20 Poll Ranks North Carolina Women’s Lacrosse #1 Followed By Maryland, Syracuse, Northwestern And Florida


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NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach Liza Kelly Named The “2013 IWLCA West/Midwest Region Coach Of The Year”


Denver Women's Lacrosse Head Coach Liza Kelly Named IWLCA West Region Coach Of The Year

University of Denver women’s lacrosse head coach Liza Kelly was named the 2013 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association West/Midwest Region Division I Coach of the Year, the IWLCA announced.
Kelly led Denver to its first ever NCAA Tournament and Tournament victory in 2013, going 18-3 overall and a perfect 8-0 in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. It was the fourth time in Kelly’s seven seasons at DU that the Pioneers have swept the conference season.
“This award highlights the hard work of our student-athletes and the synergy of our staff,” Kelly said. “I am honored to be among some of our sport’s great coaches.”
For her efforts, Kelly also won 2013 MPSF Coach of the Year honors. The Pioneers ranked among the NCAA’s Top 10 in caused turnovers (second), win percentage (fourth), points (fifth) and scoring offense (ninth). Three Pioneers led the nation in individual statistics: Jill Remenapp (Woodbine, Md.) in assists (74) and assists per game (3.52), Kate Henrich (Lansdale, Pa.) in caused turnovers (3.33) for the second-straight season, and Hannah Hook (Arnold, Md.) in saves (190). Kara Secora (Denver, Colo.) joined Remenapp, Henrich and Hook on the IWLCA All-West/Midwest Region teams, and Henrich was named an IWLCA Second Team All-American.
The Pioneers finished the 2013 season ranked No. 13 in the RPI, No. 15 in the deBeer Media Poll and No. 16 in the IWCLA Coaches’ Poll.
North Carolina’s Jenny Levy won the IWLCA Division I National Coach of the Year after leading the Tarheels to their first NCAA title. In addition to Kelly and Levy, Syracuse’s Gary Gait (Northeast) and Penn State’s Missy Doherty (Mid-Atlantic) were named 2013 IWLCA Division I Regional Coaches of the Year.

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NCAA Div III Lacrosse: Redlands Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach Suzette Soboti Honored As “2013 IWLCA West Region Coach Of The Year”


Redlands Women's Lacrosse SCIAC Champions Earn NCAA Div III Women's Lacrosse Championships Bid

Suzette Soboti Redlands Women's Lacrosse Head Coach

Redlands Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach Suzette Soboti

Suzette Soboti led University of Redlands to back-to-back SCIAC Championships en route to a 15-5 overall record and a nearly perfect conference mark of 11-1. The Bulldogs ran the table at the SCIAC Tournament after clinching the title with a semifinal win over Pomona-Pitzer Colleges.

The Maroon and Gray advanced to the NCAA Division III Championships for the third time in school history and served as host to the opening round in consecutive seasons. Redlands gained eight All-SCIAC honorees, including midfielder Jacky Craycraft as the SCIAC Player of the Year and midfielder Stephanie Garrett as the SCIAC Newcomer of the Year.

Six Bulldogs landed on the IWLCA All-West Region teams and Craycraft iwlca_bannerlogogarnered a pair of All-America distinctions. Bulldog goalkeeper Ana Martinez reset the school record for career saves and midfielder Crystal Painter now sits atop the program’s list for career assists.

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NCAA Lacrosse: IWLCA Coaches Announce “2013 NCAA Div I Women’s Lacrosse All-America Teams”


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The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association has honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on the All-America teams for 2013. The IWLCA will honor the National All-Americans at the IWLCA All-American banquet on May 25, 2013 at the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge in King Prussia, Pa.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Latest IWLCA Coaches Poll Ranks Maryland Women’s Lacrosse #1 Followed By Florida, North Carolina, Northwestern And Syracuse


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The top-ranked Terps are the consensus No. 1 team for the fifth week in a row, and Florida eanred all 20 second-place votes to give the latest IWLCA Division I coaches’ poll a clear 1-2 as April comes to a close. Conference tournaments continue this week with seven more AQs up for grabs, from the ALC, America East, Big East, CAA, Ivy League, MAAC and MPSF.
Who’s Hot?
Virginia (+7): The Cavaliers salvaged their NCAA playoff hopes by beating Duke in the ACC quarterfinals before falling to Maryland in the semifinals to finish with a 9-9 record. Virginia shot up seven spots as a result.
Who’s Not?
Stanford: The Cardinal dropped from No. 14 to out of the Top 20, after losing to unranked UC Davis in overtime and edging California 14-13 on Sunday. A rematch with Cal awaits in the MPSF tournament.

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