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

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Eugenie Rovegno is a first-team USA Lacrosse Division III Women's Preseason All-American.


USA Lacrosse Magazine announced its 2023 Division III 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 and contributor 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 III WOMEN’S PRESEASON ALL-AMERICANS

FIRST TEAM

A – Jordan Basso, Gettysburg
A – Jane Earley, Middlebury
A – Erin Scannell, Salisbury
A – Allie Schwab, Washington & Lee
M – Kate Balicki, Wesleyan
M – Maddie Montgomery, William Smith
M – Caroline Sullivan, Gettysburg
M – Kylee Garcia, FDU-Florham                                                     
D – Emmy Bryden, York 
D – Erica Barr, Middlebury
D – Mary Pat McKenna, Franklin & Marshall
D – Eugenie Rovegno, Washington & Lee
G – Annie Enrietto, Middlebury

SECOND TEAM

A – Rachel Delate, Messiah
A – Annie Eddy, Colby
A – Olivia Lai, Wesleyan 
A – Allie McGinty, William Smith
M – Madison Bray, Franklin & Marshall
M – Hope Shue, Middlebury
M – Caroline Wise, Ithaca
M – Fiona Bundy, Bowdoin
D – Wayden Ay, TCNJ
D – Becca Gable, Tufts
D – Meghan Lane, Hamilton
D – Colleen Mooney, Amherst
G – Isabella Garabo, York







THIRD TEAM

A – Hanna Bishop, Washington & Lee
A – Kiersten Blanchard, York
A – Margie Carden, Tufts
A – Kelsey Winters, Christopher Newport
M – Claudia Dodge, Babson
M – Molly Green, Rowan
M – Camryn Rogers, Stevens
M – Hope Flack, Messiah
D – Kate Coward, Denison
D – Emma Hagg, Messiah
D – Sabrina Phillips, TCNJ
D – Meg Seeley, Geneseo
G – Julia Charest, TCNJ

HONORABLE MENTION

A – Jane Bailey, Denison
A – Katie Blair, Mary Washington
A – Lily Blair, Roanoke
A – Gianna Bruno, Colby
A – Lydia Cassilly, Franklin & Marshall
A – Lizzy Escudero, FDU-Florham
A – Katie Fullowan, Gettysburg
A – Shoshi Henderson, Pomona-Pitzer
A – Sophia Sudano, Bowdoin
A – Ally Tobler, TCNJ
A – Maizy Veitch, Ithaca
A – Caroline Walter, Tufts
M – Madeline Delaney, Tufts
M – Elizabeth Hennessey, Colby
M – Kendall Krause, Christopher Newport
M – Grace Osborn, Capital University
M – Jillian Westerby, TCNJ
M – Marissa Ross, FDU-Florham
D – Kaitlyn Bergen, Gettysburg
D – Emma Jackson, Christopher Newport
D – Lily Macatee, Gettysburg
D – Amanda Squillini, Cortland
D – Lauren Sullivan, Stevens
D – Erin Trotta, Wesleyan
​G – Natalie Slade, Colorado College

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