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


Catherine Lawliss is one of two Tufts players on first team and one of five overall to be named a USA Lacrosse All-American.

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

Tufts, the No. 4 team in the Nike / USA Lacrosse Division III Top 20 in the last update on May 3, received five All-American selections — two on the first team.

Both Cortland and Franklin & Marshall placed three on the All-American list, while eight schools placed two players each. Overall, 23 schools were represented.

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


A - Rachel Delate, Messiah
A - Alexis Strobel, Salisbury
A - Catherine Lawliss, Tufts
A - Kerry McKeever, Gettysburg
M - Clare Richards, Catholic
M - Kiki Meager, Cortland
M - Marissa McGarrey, Franklin & Marshall
M -  Jacqui Hallack, Ithaca
D - Mekayala Montgomery, William Smith
D - Catherine Arrix, Washington & Lee
D - Indigo Pellegrini de Paur, Wesleyan
D - Mary Pat McKenna, Franklin & Marshall
G - Molly Laliberty, Tufts


A - Heather Conklin, Brockport
A - Bri Stokes, Gettysburg
A - Kyra Bednarski, Stevens
A - Landon Shelley, Washington & Lee
M - Jenna Cholowinski, York
M - Katie Walsh, FDU-Florham
M - Anna Clarke, Tufts
M - Courtney Pierre, Hamilton
D - Caitlyn Merkel, Geneseo
D - Lindsay Erickson, Tufts
D - Charlotte Godfrey, Denison
D - Emily Schum, Scranton
G - Emily Kitchin, Franklin & Marshall


A - Hannah Lorenzen, Cortland
A - Sydney DeGirolamo, St. John Fisher
A - Erin Jaffe, TCNJ
A - Kelsey Winters, Christopher Newport
M - Logan Chase, St. John Fisher
M - Brittany Costigan, Montclair State
M - Kylee Garcia, FDU-Florham
M - Kathryn Delaney, Tufts
D - Iszy Del Peschio, Catholic
D - Carrie Hesen, Salisbury
D - Meghan Gorman, Montclair State
D - Kayla Petre, Cortland
G - Riley DiFiore, York

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