Women's Lacrosse

 

Four Named to ODAC Women’s Lacrosse Teams

FOREST, Va. – Junior Caroline Augsburger was named to the second team to lead four selections for the Bridgewater Eagles women's lacrosse team to the 2014 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) all-conference teams announced on Monday afternoon.

Augsburger was Bridgewater's lone second team selection, while three players picked up a spot on the third team. Caroline Fletcher, Jesse Colligan and Rachel Gruber each earned a third-team nod in voting among the league's head coaches.
The honor for Augsburger is her second-straight selection to the All-ODAC second team. On the year, Augsburger was ranked third in the conference in caused turnovers with 35 while the junior ranked 19th in the ODAC in ground balls with 40.
 
Fletcher picked up third-team All-ODAC honors after a solid sophomore year to pick up her first all-conference honor. The sophomore led Bridgewater on the year with 38 goals and ranked in a tie for 17th in the conference in goals scored. Fletcher also ranked 16th in the conference with 13 assists.
 
Colligan secured her first All-ODAC selection after turning in a strong sophomore season in the midfield. The sophomore was ranked second on the team in goals scored with 34 and tallied 11 multi-goal games, including a pair of four-goal games against Hollins and Washington and Lee. Colligan ranked sixth in the ODAC in free-position goals with 13 and was 10th in draw controls with 51.
 
Finally, Gruber was tabbed to the third team after an outstanding rookie year between the pipes. The freshman was ranked second in the league in save percentage with a .496 while sliding into the third spot in saves with 173. Her 173 saves ranks 13th on the single-season Bridgewater list. Gruber also ranked fourth in goals against average with a 10.67.
 
Washington and Lee University attack Margaret Klein highlights the 2014 ODAC Women's Lacrosse Awards as she was tabbed the ODAC Player of the Year in a vote of the league's head coaches.  Guilford College mentor Sarah Lamphier earned ODAC Coach of the Year accolades, while fellow Quaker E'leyna Garcia was received the ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award from the conference's sports information directors.  Randolph-Macon College midfielder Susie Snee earned ODAC Rookie of the Year laurels.

 

2014 ALL-ODAC WOMEN'S LACROSSE AWARDS

ODAC Player of the Year: Margaret Klein, Sr., A, Washington and Lee
ODAC Coach of the Year: Sarah Lamphier, Guilford
ODAC Rookie of the Year:
Susie Snee, Fr., M, Randolph-Macon
ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: E'leyna Garcia, Sr., A, Guilford

 

All-ODAC First Team

Attack

Lily Colley

Sr.

Guilford

Claire Feeney

So.

Roanoke

E'leyna Garcia

Sr.

Guilford

Margaret Klein

Sr.

Washington and Lee

 
 
 

Midfield

Darragh Evarts

Jr.

Roanoke

Eleanora Keene

Jr.

Guilford

Samantha Sisson

Sr.

Shenandoah

Jenelle Whitman

So.

Randolph-Macon

 
 
 

Defense

Summer Fowler

So.

Guilford

Brianna LaMarca

Sr.

Lynchburg

Leanne Stone

Sr.

Washington and Lee

Olive Waxter

Sr.

Washington and Lee

 
 
 

Goalkeeper

Ashley Cross

Sr.

Shenandoah

 
 
 

All-ODAC Second Team

Attack

Allison Bonanno

Sr.

Roanoke

Caroline Kilby

Sr.

Lynchburg

Katie Russo

So.

Randolph-Macon

Greta Witter

Sr.

Washington and Lee

 
 
 

Midfield

Liz Bereit

Jr.

Shenandoah

Meade Brewster

Sr.

Washington and Lee

Becca Colley

Sr.

Guilford

Katherine Francis

So.

Lynchburg

 
 
 

Defense

Amari Agee

Jr.

Virginia Wesleyan

Caroline Augsburger

Jr.

Bridgewater

Kelly Jacobson

Jr.

Virginia Wesleyan

Erin Oliver

Sr.

Shenandoah

 
 
 

Goalkeeper

Cara Mulligan

Jr.

Washington and Lee

 
 
 

All-ODAC Third Team

Attack

Samantha Donaghy

Sr.

Shenandoah

Caroline Fletcher

So.

Bridgewater

Audrey Hester

Sr.

Randolph-Macon

Shannon Jamieson

So.

Randolph-Macon

Bri Slate

Sr.

Lynchburg

 
 
 

Midfield

Brittany Arndt

Fr.

Shenandoah

Jesse Colligan

So.

Bridgewater

Taylor Klevenz

Jr.

Randolph

Susie Snee

Fr.

Randolph-Macon

 
 
 

Defense

Juli Carbone

Jr.

Shenandoah

Grace Finnerty

So.

Lynchburg

Alexa Germany

Jr.

Roanoke

Natalie Schnell

So.

Randolph-Macon

 
 
 

Goalkeeper

Rachel Gruber

Fr.

Bridgewater