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Penn, Princeton women earn IWLCA Division I All-American

Wednesday, 12th June 2019

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 6/12/19
From Press Release

The IWLCA has announced the 48 student-athletes who were named to one of the 2019 Division I All-American teams.

Elizabeth George and Nonie Andersen continue to receive lacrosse honors even after they received Princeton diplomas. Kyla Sears does too, even though she’s only halfway to a diploma while being way more than halfway to the Princeton career points record.

Princeton’s Elizabeth George, (left) Kyla Sears (center), Nonie Andersen

George, who graduated earlier this month, and Sears, who just completed her sophomore year, were named IWLCA second-team All-American. Nonie Andersen, another recent grad, was a third-team selection.

The three All-Americas are the most Princeton has had since the 2005 season.

Erin Barry and Gabby Rosenzweig cemented successful junior seasons for the University of Pennsylvania women’s lacrosse team, earning All-American honors.

First Team
Andie Aldave University of Notre Dame Sophomore Midfield
Sam Apuzzo Boston College Senior Attack
Dempsey Arsenault Boston College Senior Midfield
Julia Braig University of Maryland Senior Defense
Jen Giles University of Maryland Senior Midfield
Emily Hawryschuk Syracuse University Junior Attack
Ally Kennedy Stony Brook University Junior Midfield
Kenzie Kent Boston College Graduate Attack
Selena Lasota Northwestern University Senior Attack
Elizabeth Miller Boston College Senior Defense
Sammy Mueller University of Virginia Junior Midfield
Jamie Ortega University of North Carolina Sophomore Attack
Lindsey Ronbeck University of Florida Senior Attack
Livy Rosenzweig Loyola University Maryland Sophomore Attack
Megan Taylor University of Maryland Senior Goalkeeper
Emma Trenchard University of North Carolina Sophomore Defense

Second Team
Lindsey Ehrhardt Loyola University Maryland Senior Defense
Katherine Fischer University of Denver Senior Defense
Elizabeth George Princeton University Senior Attack
Samantha Giacolone University of Notre Dame Senior Goalkeeper
Kali Hartshorn University of Maryland Junior Attack
Katie Hoeg University of North Carolina Junior Attack
Maddie Howe University of Notre Dame Sophomore Attack
Maggie Jackson University of Virginia Senior Midfield
Olivia Jenner Duke University Senior Attack
Shannon Kavanagh University of Florida Sophomore Midfield
Kerrigan Miller University of Southern California Junior Midfield
Izzy Scane Northwestern University Freshman Attack
Caroline Sdanowich James Madison University Senior Defense
Kyla Sears Princeton University Sophomore Attack
Taylor VanThof Loyola University Maryland Senior Midfield
Francesca Whitehurst Georgetown University Senior Midfield

Third Team
Nonie Andersen Princeton University Senior Defense
Erin Barry University of Pennsylvania Junior Midfield

Samantha Chenoweth Towson University Junior Defense
Lizzie Colson University of Maryland Junior Defense
Brennan Dwyer Northwestern University Sophomore Midfield
Erica Evans University of Maryland Senior Midfield
Kathryn Giroux Dartmouth College Senior Midfield
Quintin Hoch-Bullen University of Denver Sophomore Attack
Kelly Larkin United States Naval Academy Junior Attack
Taylor Moreno University of North Carolina Sophomore Goalkeeper
Alyssa Parrella Hofstra University Junior Midfield
Sydney Pirreca University of Florida Senior Midfield
Hannah Powers Loyola University Maryland Senior Attack
Gabby Rosenzweig University of Pennsylvania Junior Attack
Caroline Steele University of Maryland Senior Attack
Cara Trombetta University of Florida Junior Defense

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