Women's lacrosse players are all-region
Contact: Jim Taylor (315) 859-4685
May 21, 2010
Five Hamilton College women's lacrosse players were honored by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association on May 20 when the organization selected its 2010 Division III all-region teams.
Sarah Bray '11 (Rockville, Md./Connelly School of the Holy Child), Liz Rave '10 (Huntington, N.Y./Huntington HS) and Lauren Sokol '12 (Colts Neck, N.J./Peddie School) were placed on the Empire Region's first team. Anne Graveley '11 (Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury HS) and Kate Fowler '10 (Branford, Conn./Wilton HS) made the second team.
Bray was on the second team as a rookie in 2008. She set a team record with 45 assists this year and leads the team with 73 points. She is ranked 12th in NCAA Division III in total assists and is 22nd in assists per game. She has 28 goals, 66 ground balls, 36 draw controls and 36 caused turnovers.
Rave is on the all-region team for the third time after making the second team in 2008 and the first team last year. She leads the team with 42 goals and has 27 ground balls. She ranks fifth on the team's career list with 136 goals.
Sokol leads a defense that is No. 1 in Division III with a 5.85 goals against average. She has posted 36 ground balls, 28 draw controls and 25 caused turnovers. Hamilton has allowed 10 or more goals in a game just three times this year, and it hasn't happened since March 27.
Graveley is on the second team for the second straight year. She has scored 39 goals, picked up 27 ground balls and won 22 draw controls. The 39 goals are a career high.
Fowler ranks second in Division III with a 6.19 goals against average. She has made 92 saves in more than 1,017 minutes in goal and owns a .467 save percentage.
Hamilton (20-0 overall) is the last undefeated team in NCAA lacrosse across both genders and all three divisions. The Continentals are in the NCAA championship semifinals for the third straight year. Hamilton takes on Franklin & Marshall College on Saturday, May 22, at 11 a.m. at Gettysburg College's Clark Field.