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Division I Midseason All-Americans ILWOMEN'S MIDSEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM Attack

Sammi Burgess, Florida, Sr.

Steph Lazo, Penn State, Sr.

Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook, Jr.

Mollie Stevens, Florida, Sr.

Megan Whittle, Maryland, Jr.

Midfield

Maggie Bill, North Carolina, Jr.

Alex Condon, Penn, Jr.

Sarah Martin, Albany, Sr.

Marie McCool, North Carolina, Jr.

Zoe Stukenberg, Maryland, Sr.

Draw Control Specialist

Sammy Jo Tracy, North Carolina, Sr.

Defense

Taylor Bresnahan, Florida, Sr.

Caroline Fitzgerald, Florida, Sr.

Nadine Hadnagy, Maryland, Sr.

Catie Smith, Cornell, Sr.

Lydia Sutton, USC, Jr.

Goalie

Paige Soenken, Colorado, Sr.

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UAlbany Women's Lacrosse Earns 11-10 Upset at #8/8 Cornell

BIG win for the ladies, GREAT Job!

 

UAlbany (8-4) held on defense against Cornell (9-2) with a shot clock violation with 1:34 left. After Savitcheff’s free position shot went high with around 30 seconds left, a second chance for Savitcheff from Emma Powlin found the back of the net with 18 seconds remaining. Then, Kenzie Neal won the draw and found a racing Savitcheff all alone. Savitcheff buried the goal with 10 seconds to go, giving UAlbany the lead and the eventual 11-10 victory.

 

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Sarah Martin makes the list of Tewaaraton 25 Nominees:

 

The 25 women’s nominees:
Sam Apuzzo, Boston College – Soph., Attack
Sammi Burgess, Florida – Sr., Attack
Madison Carter, Penn State – Soph., Attack
Alex Condon, Penn – Jr., Midfield
Ellie DeGarmo, Princeton – Sr., Goalie
Riley Donahue, Syracuse – Jr., Attack
Erica Evans, Canisius – Jr., Midfield
Caroline Fitzgerald, Florida – Sr., Defense
Cortney Fortunato, Notre Dame – Sr., Attack
Nadine Hadnagy, Maryland – Sr., Defense
Molly Hendrick, North Carolina – Sr., Attack
Olivia Hompe, Princeton – Sr., Attack
Darby Kiernan, Colorado – Jr., Attack
Steph Lazo, Penn State – Sr., Attack
Sarah Martin, Albany – Sr., Midfield
Marie McCool, North Carolina – Jr., Midfield
Michaela Michael, USC – Sr., Attack
Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook – Jr., Attack
Catie Smith, Cornell – Sr., Defense
Paige Soenksen, Colorado – Sr., Goalie
Mollie Stevens, Florida – Sr., Attack
Zoe Stukenberg, Maryland – Sr., Midfield
Megan Taylor, Maryland – Soph., Goalie
Dorrien Van Dyke, Stony Brook – Sr., Midfield
Megan Whittle, Maryland – Jr., Attack

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Women lead almost all the way, survive a last-minute shot to beat UMBC 14-13.

 

Stony Brook beat New Hampshire 20-3. Championship at noon Sunday, AE TV and ESPN3

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