Liberty Alumni Awards in the College Ranks

2019

Maddie Barcia, Colgate — All-Patriot League Second Team

Erin Barry, UPENN — Tewaaraton Award Watch List, IWLCA Third-Team All-American, IWLCA First-Team All-Region, Ivy League Midfielder of the Year, First-Team All-Ivy, Ivy League All-Tournament Team

Jackie Brattan, Army West Point –IWLCA All-Northeast Region Second Team, Second Team All-ECAC, First Team All-Patriot League, Patriot League All-Tournament Team

Kellen D’Alleva, Dartmouth — All-Ivy League Second Team, IWLCA All-Northeast Region Second Team, Dartmouth’s Single-Season Record Holder for Assists (46 in 2019)

Lindsey Ehrhardt, Loyola — Drafted by NY Fight as the 20th pick in the WPLL Spring Draft, IWLCA All-America Second Team, All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team, Tewaaraton Award Watch List

Shea Garcia, Marquette – Big East Freshman of the Year

Kathryn Hallet, Princeton — Second-Team All-Ivy League

Sam Horton, Sienna — All-MAAC First Team, MAAC Goalie of the Year (first in program history)

Ariella Lerner, Muhlenberg — Team Isreal U19

Maggie McGovern, Miseracordia University — MAC Freedom Rookie of the Year, All-MAC Freedom Second-Team, Tournament MVP of the MAC Freedom Championships

Sarah Phillips, Cornell — Senior Captain, Mario St. George Boiardi ’04 Leadership Award

Lindsey Ronbeck, Florida — Tewaaraton Top-25 Nominee, IWLCA All-South Region First Team, AAC Attacker of the Year, First Team All-AAC, AAC Tournament MVP, AAC All-Tournament Team

Cate Socodato, Marquette — All-BIG EAST Second Team

Cara Urbank, Boston College — All-ACC Second Team

Sarah Weppler, Middlebury – NCAA DIII National Champions

 

2017

All Conference Teams for 2017
American East- Kristin Yevoli (Stony Brook- Second Team)
Big East- Lindsey Ronbeck (Florida- First Team)
Ivy League- Julia Glynn (Harvard- Honorable Mention)
Ivy League- Natalie Stefan (UPenn- Honorable Mention)
Patriot League- Maddy Molinari (Bucknell- First Team)
Patriot League- Haley O’Hanlon (Colgate- First Team)
Northeast- Caitlin Breglia (Bryant- First Team & All-Rookie Team)
Metro Atlantic- Brenna Connolly (Fairfield- Second Team)
NESCAC- Caroline Sgaglione (Wesleyan- First Team)

Maddy Molinari Wins 3rd Patriot League Midfielder of the Week Award (4/17/2017)
Bucknell senior Maddy Molinari earned her third Corvias Patriot League Midfielder of the Week Award of the 2017 season on Monday, after she played a key role in a thrilling 12-11 win over Colgate at Graham Field over the weekend.
http://www.bucknellbison.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=32100&ATCLID=211563434

Ronbeck Tabbed IWLCA National Player of the Week (3/22/2017)
Ronbeck set a career high with six goals on just seven shot attempts against the Orange, and added an assist to help Florida’s offense score 19 goals, the most allowed by Syracuse this season. Her seven points were a season-high, and tied her career high, which she set in her freshman campaign.
http://floridagators.com/news/2017/3/22/lacrosse-ronbeck-tabbed-iwlca-national-player-of-the-week.aspx?path=lacrosse

Taylor Carpentier Tabbed CAA Defensive Player of the Week (3/20/2017)
Carpentier posted a 3.40 goals against average with 10 saves for a 62.5 save percentage as the Hens (5-3) defeated Bryant (9-4) and George Washington (13-2). Delaware’s six goals allowed in a two-game span is the best since 1997 when Delaware allowed five.
http://www.bluehens.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=29100&ATCLID=211528496

Freshman Erin Barry Named ILWomen.com Rookie of the Week; Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week (3/13/2017)
Freshman Erin Barry has rounded into form a third of the way through her first collegiate season, and her dominating efforts in all three phases of the game last week earned her both ILWomen.com Co-Rookie of the Week and Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week honors.
http://www.pennathletics.com/news/freshman-erin-barry-named-ivy-league-offensive-player-of-the-week-03-13-2017

Manis Breaks Bucknell Career Assists Record, but Bison Fall at Temple 11-7
Senior attacker Christina Manis recorded a career-high six assists, giving her a school-record 79 for her career, but it was not enough as the Bucknell women’s lacrosse team fell 11-7 at Temple on Sunday. The Bison saw their three-game winning streak come to an end and fell to 5-2 on the season, while Temple improved to 7-1.
http://www.bucknellbison.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=848825&SPID=137635&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=32100&ATCLID=211518302