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

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Abigail Lagos has 62 goals and 18 assists this season.


USA Lacrosse Magazine announced Wednesday its 2021 Division II Women’s All-Americans, a list compiled by staff and contributors, with input from college coaches and other sources. 

UIndy, the top team in the Nike / USA Lacrosse Division II Top 20 in the last update to the ranking on May 10, received four All-American selections — two on the first team.

Le Moyne and Lindenwood each earned three All-American selections, while seven schools earned two selections. Twenty-five schools are represented.

USA Lacrosse Magazine identified 39 players overall as All-Americans, including first-, second- and third-team honors.

First Team

A - Erin McMullen, Le Moyne
A - Abigail Lagos, UIndy
A - Tatum Altman, West Chester
A - Ally Blood, Queens
M - Kyleigh Peoples, Regis
M - Peyton Romig, UIndy
M - Lexy Biller, Lindenwood
M - Marina Jozokos, Florida Southern
D - Raven Linton, New Haven
D - Olivia McEntee, Le Moyne
D - Riley McClure, UIndy
D - Molly Reinhart, West Chester
G - Eliza Bresler, Bentley







Second Team

A - Kara Blanchard, Queens
A - Erin McGuire, Lindenwood
A - Grace Gunneson, UIndy
A - Kole Pollock, Adelphi
M - Hana Cicerelle, East Stroudsburg
M - Emily Tomei, Roberts Wesleyan
M - Olivia Esposito, Grand Valley State
M - Krista Kada, Seton Hill
D - Olivia Going, Florida Tech
D - Makayla Kintner, Seton Hill
D - Hannah Forbes, Rollins 
D - Hailey Dobbins, Lindenwood
G - Tatyanna Petteway, East Stroudsburg

Third Team

A - Savannah Ernst, Franklin Pierce
A - Hailey Daleo, Florida Southern
A - Carlyn Mucci, Pace
A - Britannie Ouimet, Limestone
M - Cece Colombo, Tampa
M - Jessica Berg, Regis
M - Sydney Meagher, Le Moyne
M - Emma Sullivan, Stonehill
D - Alexandria Allen, Limestone
D - Micayla Brady, Mercy
D - Chaija Olsson, Mount Olive
D - Emma Coleman, St. Michael’s
G - Elle Crawford, Regis

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