USA Lacrosse Magazine's 2023 Division I Women's Preseason All-Americans

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Cassidy Spilis scored 69 goals in 2022, setting the program's single-season record.


USA Lacrosse Magazine announced its 2023 Division I Women’s Preseason All-Americans on Tuesday, part of the magazine’s immersive coverage leading into the upcoming spring season.

The following All-Americans were determined through USA Lacrosse Magazine staff consideration with input from NCAA coaches.

Stay tuned to USA Lacrosse Magazine throughout the remainder of January for more 2023 season previews.

USA LACROSSE MAGAZINE
DIVISION I WOMEN’S PRESEASON ALL-AMERICANS

FIRST TEAM

A — Jenn Medjid, Boston College
A — Izzy Scane, Northwestern
A — Meaghan Tyrrell, Syracuse
A — Caitlyn Wurzburger, North Carolina
M — Kasey Choma, Notre Dame
M — Ellie Masera, Stony Brook
M — Belle Smith, Boston College
M — Cassidy Spilis, Rutgers
M — Jillian Wilson, Loyola
D — Abby Bosco, Maryland
D — Katie Detwiler, Loyola
D — Emily Nalls, North Carolina
D — Sam Thacker, Denver
G — Emily Sterling, Maryland

SECOND TEAM

A — Ashley Humphrey, Stanford
A — Maddie Jenner, Duke
A — Emma LoPinto, Florida
A — Danielle Pavinelli, Florida
M — Shaylan Ahearn, Maryland
M — Olivia Carner, Duke
M — Olivia Dirks, North Carolina
M — Katelyn Mashewske, Syracuse
D — Meghan Ball, Rutgers
D — Marge Donovan, Maryland
D — Clare Levy, Stony Brook
D — Sydney Scales, Boston College
​G — Sarah Reznick, Florida







THIRD TEAM

A — Kailyn Hart, Stony Brook
A — Hannah Leubecker, Maryland
A — Libby May, Maryland
A — Isabella Peterson, James Madison
M — Jaden Hample, Stony Brook
M — Brooklyn Neumen, North Carolina
M — Cassidy Weeks, Boston College
M — Aubrey Williams, Virginia
D — Mairead Durkin, James Madison
D — Hunter Roman, Boston College
D — Hollie Schleicher, Boston College
D — Brooklyn Walker-Welch, North Carolina
​G — Emilia Bohi, Denver

HONORABLE MENTION

A — Madison Ahern, Notre Dame
A — Lauren Black, Denver
A — Sydni Black, Loyola
A — Megan Carney, Syracuse
A — Katie DeSimone, Duke
A — Lauren Figura, North Carolina
A — Julia Gilbert, Denver
A — Grace Hobson, Jacksonville
A — Georgia Latch, Loyola
A — Ashlyn McGovern, Virginia
A — Arden Tierney, Richmond
A — Emma Ward, Syracuse
M — Ashley Campo, Rutgers
M — Annabel Frist, Stanford
M — Emma Tyrrell, Syracuse
M — Abigail Zeigenfuse, Mount St. Mary’s
D — Hailey Blachly, Jacksonville
D — Cubby Biscardi, Duke
D — Morgan Whitaker, Michigan
D — Emma Wightman, USC
​G — Madison Bardley, Mount St. Mary’s
G — Rachel Hall, Boston College
G — Hayley Hunt, Lehigh
G — Amanda Monahan, Davidson

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