USA Lacrosse Magazine Announces Division I Women's All-Americans


Ally Mastroianni is a first-team All-American for the second straight season.

SPARKS, Md. — USA Lacrosse Magazine named its Division I women’s lacrosse All-Americans on Tuesday, highlighting the top performers of the 2022 season.

North Carolina, the No. 1 team in the Nike/USA Lacrosse Division I Women’s Top 20 and the No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament, earned three first-team nods — attacker Jamie Ortega, midfielder Ally Mastroianni and defender Emma Trenchard. Taylor Moreno (second team), Caitlyn Wurzburger (third team), Emily Nalls (third team), Andie Aldave (honorable mention), Scottie Rose Growney (honorable mention) and Brooklyn Walker-Welch (honorable mention) also earned recognition on the Tar Heels.

Overall, North Carolina leads with nine players honored.

Maryland also earned three first-team nods. Each player earned positional player of the year distinctions in the Big Ten, too — attacker Aurora Cordingley, defender Abby Bosco and goalie Emily Sterling.

Continue below to see the rest of the players earning All-American honors.


A — Charlotte North, Boston College
A — Jamie Ortega, North Carolina
A — Meaghan Tyrrell, Syracuse
A — Aurora Cordingley, Maryland
M — Jill Girardi, Northwestern
M — Ellie Masera, Stony Brook
M — Ally Mastroianni, North Carolina
M — Sydney Watson, UConn
D — Emma Trenchard, North Carolina
D — Katie Detwiler, Loyola
D — Sam Thacker, Denver
D — Abby Bosco, Maryland
G — Emily Sterling, Maryland


A — Lauren Gilbert, Northwestern
A — Maddie Jenner, Duke
A — Kyla Sears, Princeton
A — Jenn Medjid, Boston College
M — Cassidy Spilis, Rutgers
M — Belle Smith, Boston College
M — Jillian Wilson, Loyola
M — Kasey Choma, Notre Dame
D — Sydney Scales, Boston College
D — Clare Levy, Stony Brook
D — Marge Donovan, Princeton
D — Courtney Taylor, Boston College
G — Taylor Moreno, North Carolina


A — Emily Hawryschuk, Syracuse
A — Livy Rosenzweig, Loyola
A — Danielle Pavinelli, Florida
A — Caitlyn Wurzburger, North Carolina
M — Emma Tyrrell, Syracuse
M — Grace Griffin, Maryland
M — Rayna Sabella, Stony Brook
M — Kelsey Huff, USC
D — Meghan Ball, Rutgers
D — Sarah Cooper, Syracuse
D — Mairead Durkin, James Madison
D — Emily Nalls, North Carolina
G — Kaitlyn Larsson, Loyola


A — Carley Adams, Arizona State
A — Madison Ahern, Notre Dame
A — Andie Aldave, North Carolina
A — Ali Baiocco, Stanford
A — Cat Barry, Duke
A — Bea Behrins, Denver
A — Megan Carney, Syracuse
A — Rachel Clark, Virginia
A — Erin Coykendall, Northwestern
A — Katie DeSimone, Duke
A — Sarah Elms, Jacksonville
A — Lauren Figura, Saint Joseph’s
A — Gabby Fornia, Vanderbilt
A — Emily Glagolev, Arizona State
A — Scottie Rose Growney, North Carolina
A — Kailyn Hart, Stony Brook
A — Abby Hormes, High Point
A — Ashley Humphrey, Stanford
A — Chloe Johnson, Ohio State
A — Stephanie Kelly, Rutgers
A — Hannah Leubecker, Maryland
A — Emma LoPinto, Florida
A — Sarah Lubnow, Virginia Tech
A — Ashlyn McGovern, Virginia
A — Caitlynn Mossmann, Boston College
A — TT Naslonski, Rutgers
A — Isabella Peterson, James Madison
A — Paige Petty, Pitt
M — Shaylan Ahearn, Maryland
M — Caroline Blalock, Louisville
M — Molly Brock, Jacksonville
M — Olivia Carner, Duke
M — Lindsay Epstein, Ohio State
M — Bri Gross, Vanderbilt
M — Karson Harris, Drexel
M — Shelby Harrison, Johns Hopkins
M — Emily Heller, Florida
M — Ailish Kelly, Stanford
M — Kaitlyn Mead, Michigan
M — Kristin O’Neill, Penn State
M — Sam Swart, Syracuse
M — Aubrey Williams, Virginia
D — Cubby Biscardi, Duke
D — Maddie Burns, Michigan
D — Haley Dillon, Stony Brook
D — Olivia Dooley, USC
D — Bella Gaspar, Arizona State
D — Jeanne Kachris, Johns Hopkins
D — Kailee Lammers, Denver
D — Annika Meyer, Johns Hopkins
D — Ally Palermo, Northwestern
D — Hollie Schleicher, Boston College
D — Brooklyn Walker-Welch, North Carolina
D — Brittney Wright, Richmond
G — Zoe Bennett, Drexel
G — Molly Dougherty, James Madison
G — Delaney Galvin, Richmond
G — Haley Hunt, Lehigh
G — Amanda Monahan, Davidson
G — Sarah Reznick, Florida
G — Arielle Weissman, Michigan

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