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Drexel’s Harris named 1st Team LaxMagazine Preseason All-American; Swart, Detwiler, Matey, Dirks, Spilis also cited

Tuesday, 21st December 2021

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  

Phillylacrosse.con, Posted 12/21/21 – From Press Release

Drexel senior Karson Harris was named a 2022 DI USA Lacrosse Magazine Preseason First-Team All-American, announced on Monday afternoon as part of the magazine’s immersive coverage leading to the upcoming spring season. Harris was one of 39 student-athletes throughout three teams on the All-American list.

See full Lacrosse Magazine article here.
The Great Mills, Md. native was the 2021 CAA Player of the Year, the first ever Drexel POTY in program history, scoring a team-record 61 goals to go along with 92 draws in a 13-3 season that resulted in an at-large selection to the NCAA Tournament. The Dragons were No. 4 in the RPI and No. 10 in the IWLCA poll at the conclusion of the regular season.
In addition to her POTY selection, Harris garnered several awards throughout a historic year including being selected to the CAA All-Tournament team and the All-CAA First Team. She was a Tewaaraton Top-25 selection in addition to being named to the IWLCA DI All-Region First Team, an IWLCA Second Team All-American, an Inside Lacrosse Media Third Team All-American and a USA Lacrosse Magazine Second Team All-American.

Karson Harris


A — Charlotte North, Boston College
A — Jamie Ortega, North Carolina
A — Emily Hawryschuk, Syracuse
A — Lauren Gilbert, Northwestern
M — Ally Mastroianni, North Carolina
M — Sydney Watson, UConn
M — Kasey Choma, Notre Dame
M — Karson Harris, Drexel
D — Sarah Cooper, Syracuse
D — Emma Trenchard, North Carolina
D — Hollie Schleicher, Boston College
D — Ally Palermo, Northwestern
G — Taylor Moreno, North Carolina

A — Livy Rosenzweig, Loyola
A — Meaghan Tyrrell, Syracuse
A — Jenn Medjid, Boston College
A — Ali Baiocco, Stanford
A — Kyla Sears, Princeton
M — Belle Smith, Boston College
M — Andie Aldave, North Carolina
M — Sam Swart (Archbishop Carroll), Syracuse
D — Katie Detwiler (Archbishop Carroll), Loyola

D — Meghan Ball, Rutgers
D — Annika Meyer, Johns Hopkins
D — Courtney Taylor, Boston College
G — Sarah Reznick, Florida

A — Maddie Jenner, Duke
A — Hannah Leubecker, Maryland
A — Megan Carney, Syracuse
A — Aurora Cordingley, Maryland
M — Paige Petty, Pittsburgh
M — Cassidy Spilis (Seneca-NJ), Rutgers
M — Olivia Dirks (Episcopal Academy), North Carolina
M — Rayna Sabella, Stony Brook
D — Abby Bosco, Maryland
D — Brittney Wright, Richmond
D — Marge Donovan, Princeton
D — Rachel Matey (Archbishop Carroll), James Madison
G — Molly Dougherty, James Madison

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