Nine CAC women's lacrosse players, including three from St. Mary's and two each from Salisbury, Stevenson and York, were honored for academic success during the 2011-12 season by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA).
The IWLCA honored 246 student-athletes from 94 different institutions with inclusion in the 2012 Academic Honor Roll.
All student-athletes were nominated by their schools and have achieved at least junior status academically. Leading the way was IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Mallory Vogel from The Catholic University of America.
Among the 246 student-athletes are 67 who were members of teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament, including two from national champion Trinity College, two from national runner-up Salisbury, four from national semifinalist Middlebury and two from national semifinalist Cortland.
Twenty-two of the 31 teams that advanced to the NCAA championships are represented on the list. IWLCA Community Awareness honoree Annalicia Geeter of Widener is a member of the Honor Roll, as are 11 members of the All-America teams.
Representing the CAC are:
Saint Mary’s College of Maryland
Kimmy Routson, Senior, Political
Amelia Tenberg, Junior, Biology
Lauriann Parker, Junior, Psychologh
Carrie Bray, Senior, History,
Anna Sparr, Junior, Exercise Science
Novak, Senior, Human Services
Stephanie Hilton, Senior, Business Communications
Tristin Burris, Junior, Media Arts
Jennifer Jacobs, Junior, Business
Nicklas, Junior, Nursing
Leah Schultz, Junior, Business