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Terps land five on women's All-America teams

National champion Maryland landed five players on the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Association All-America teams announced Monday, including three on the first team -- Caitlyn McFadden, Karri Ellen Johnson and Karissa Taylor. Sarah Mollison was named to the second team and Katie Schwarzmann was named to the third team.

Half of the players named to the first team played high school lacrosse in the Baltimore area: McFadden (Notre Dame Prep), Johnson (Broadneck), Vanderbilt’s Ally Carey (John Carroll), North Carolina’s Kristen Carr (Mercy) and Corey Donohoe (North Harford), Notre Dame’s Jackie Doherty (Mount Hebron), Syracuse’s Christina Dove (Bel Air) and Virginia’s Brittany Kalkstein (Roland Park).

Towson’s Hillary Fratzke and Loyola’s Grace Gavin (St. Paul’s) were named to the second team. Schwarzmann, one of only two freshmen on the teams along with Northwestern’s third-team pick Taylor Thornton, was last year’s All-Metro Player of the Year at Century.

Awards for attacker, midfielder, defender, goalie and coach of the year as well as scholar athlete of the year will be presented at the All-America banquet to be held June 12 in King of Prussia, Pa.

Here is the entire All-America list as provided by the IWLCA:

First Team

Sarah Bullard, M, Duke University, Jr.

Ally Carey (John Carroll), M, Vanderbilt University, So.

Kristen Carr (Mercy), D, University of North Carolina, Sr.

Ali DeLuca, M, University of Pennsylvania, Sr.

Jackie Doherty (Mount Hebron), D, University of Notre Dame, Jr.

Corey Donohoe (North Harford), A, University of North Carolina, Jr.

Christina Dove (Bel Air), M, Syracuse University, Sr.

Katrina Dowd, A, Northwestern University, Sr.

Liz Hogan, G, Syracuse University, Jr.

Karri Ellen Johnson (Broadneck), A, University of Maryland, So.

Brittany Kalkstein (Roland Park), M, University of Virginia, Sr.

Caitlyn McFadden (Notre Dame Prep), M, University of Maryland, Sr.

Jenn Russell, M, University of North Carolina, Sr.

Shannon Smith, A, Northwestern University, So.

Danielle Spencer, A, Northwestern University, Sr.

Karissa Taylor, D, University of Maryland, Sr.

Second Team

Shaylyn Blaney, M, University of Notre Dame, Jr.

Lauren Costello, A Boston College, Sr.

Sarah Downing, A, Vanderbilt University, Sr.

Kaitlin Duff, M, University of Virginia, Sr.

Molly Ford (Notre Dame Prep), A, Georgetown University, Sr.

Alexandra Frank, M, Northwestern University, So.

Hillary Fratzke, M, Towson University, Sr.

Grace Gavin (St. Paul’s), A, Loyola University, Jr.

Lindsay Gilbride, A, Duke University, Sr.

Kim Griffin (North Harford), M, James Madison University, Sr.

Sarah Jonson, D, The College of William & Mary, Jr.

Sarah Mollison, A, University of Maryland, Jr.

Logan McCraw, D, Georgetown University, Jr.

Alex Mundy (Glenelg), D, Vanderbilt University, Sr.

Halley Quillinan, M, Syracuse University, Sr.

Logan Ripley, GK, University of North Carolina, Sr.

Third Team

Erin Brennan, A, University of Pennsylvania, So.

Megan Bosica (Mount Hebron), M, University of North Carolina, Sr.

Brooke Cantwell, A, Rutgers University, Sr.

Liz Downs, D, University of Virginia, Jr.

Corrine Gandolfi, M. Hofstra University, Sr.

Danielle Kachulis, D, Duke University, Sr.

Ashby Kaestner, M, Georgetown University, Sr

Morgan Kelly (St. Mary’s), GK, James Madison University, Sr.

Tee Ladouceur, A, Syracuse University, Jr.

Mary Kate Lomady, A, James Madison University, Jr.

Lauren Schmidt, M, Stanford University, Jr.

Katie Schwarzmann (Century), M, University of Maryland, Fr.

Emma Spiro, M, University of Pennsylvania, Sr.

Taylor Thornton, D, Northwestern University, Fr.

Julie Wadland, G, Dartmouth College, Sr.

Posted by Katherine Dunn at 5:46 PM | | Comments (1)
        

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Congrats to Hillary Fratzke and all the Lady Terps.

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