IWLCA Announces 2021 All-America Selections


Bridget Deehan was named a first-team All-American by the IWLCA.

NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. — The IWLCA has named the 48 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2021 Division I All-American teams — honorees are divided into first, second and third teams. 

This group of IWLCA All-Americans represent 21 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.

First Team




Lauren Gilbert A Northwestern
Katie Hoeg A North Carolina
Charlotte North A Boston College
Jamie Ortega A North Carolina
Izzy Scane A Northwestern
Meaghan Tyrrell A Syracuse
Olivia Dirks M Penn State
Shannon Kavanagh M Florida
Ally Kennedy M Stony Brook
Ally Mastroianni M North Carolina
Sydney Watson M UConn
Lizzie Colson D Maryland
Sarah Cooper D Syracuse
Emma Trenchard D North Carolina
Bridget Deehan G Notre Dame
Taylor Moreno G North Carolina

Second Team




Ali Baiocco A Stanford
Megan Carney A Syracuse
Taryn Ohlmiller A Stony Brook
Gabby Rosenzweig A Duke
Livy Rosenzweig A Loyola
Cara Urbank A Boston College
Kasey Choma M Notre Dame
Karson Harris M Drexel
Lindsey McKone M Northwestern
Paige Petty M Virginia Tech
Belle Smith M Boston College
Katie Detwiler D Loyola
Molly Little D Denver
Hollie Schleicher D Boston College
Cara Trombetta D Florida
Sarah Reznick G Florida

Third Team




Bea Behrins A Denver
Aurora Cordingley A Johns Hopkins
Colleen Grady A Drexel
Grace Haus A Florida
Maddie Jenner A Duke
Hannah Leubecker A Maryland
Jenn Medjid A Boston College
Alyssa Parrella A Hofstra
Sondra Dickey M Lehigh
Grace Griffin M Maryland
Cassidy Spilis M Rutgers
Meredith Chapman D Virginia
Ally Palermo D Northwestern
Ella Simkins D Syracuse
Courtney Taylor D Temple
Asa Goldstock G Syracuse

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