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SCIAC Women's Lacrosse All-Conference Announced

SCIAC Women's Lacrosse All-Conference Announced

The 2018 All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) women's lacrosse teams were announced Friday following a vote conducted by the league's member head coaches.

Corie Hack of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) was named the SCIAC Offensive Athlete of the Year and a First Team All-Conference selection after a stellar regular season in 2018. The 2016 SCIAC Newcomer of the Year and a First Team All-Conference honoree, Hack garnered Second Team All-Conference praise in 2017. Hack was second on the Athenas with 34 points on the strength of 29 goals and five assists in league action, helping CMS clinch the top seed in the upcoming SCIAC Championship Tournament with a perfect 10-0 record. She also registered 27 ground balls, won 18 draws, and caused 17 turnovers against conference opponents this season. 

The Defensive Athlete of the Year was CMS's Evan Murphy who was terrific in both the defensive and attacking thirds of the field. Murphy, a First Team All-SCIAC selection in 2017, led the league in caused turnovers with 35 in league play, while her 49 ground balls were also a conference-high mark during the 2018 SCIAC slate. The Pleasanton, Calif. native also led the Athenas in points with 42 and was third in the conference overall in the category, while her 16 assists also tied for the league-best mark. Murphy finished with 26 goals in 10 conference games was second highest on the team. 

Pomona-Pitzer's Sarah Woo was named the SCIAC Newcomer of the Year after completing a superb first-year campaign helping the Sagehens clinch the third seed in the upcoming SCIAC Tournament. Woo started all 10 league tilts and registered 20 goals, 13 assists and 33 points. In addition, she picked up 13 ground balls, won 50 draws and caused 13 opponent turnovers. 

For the second time in as many years, CMS head coach Lauren Uhr and her staff garnered SCIAC Coaching Staff of the Year honors. Uhr directed the Athenas to a 10-0 record in SCIAC play for the second consecutive season, and a 16-1 overall mark so far in 2018. Uhr, now in her seventh season at the helm of the CMS women's lacrosse program, has led the Athenas to an impressive 32-3 record over the last two seasons. CMS is currently on a 16-game winning streak entering SCIAC postseason play after dropping the first game of the season. 

SCIAC Offensive
Athlete 
of the Year
SCIAC Defensive
Athlete of the Year
SCIAC Newcomer
of the Year
SCIAC Coaching
Staff of the Year
Corie Hack
CMS
Evan Murphy
CMS
Sarah Woo
Pomona-Pitzer
Lauren Uhr
CMS
       
First Team All-SCIAC
Name Institution Year Position Hometown
Corie Hack CMS Jr. A Manorville, N.Y.
Evan Murphy CMS Sr. M Pleasanton, Calif.
Sierra Slack Occidental Sr. A Voorhees, N.J.
Lilly Thomey Pomona Pitzer Jr. A Edina, Minn.
Sally Abel CMS Fy. A Piedmont, Calif.
Lacey Bjorndal Redlands Sr. M Sherwood, Ore.
Ciara Byrne Occidental Sr. M Ojai, Calif.
Sal Marx Pomona-Pitzer Sr. M Bainbridge Island, Wash.
Sarah Woo Pomona-Pitzer Fy. M Seattle, Wash.
Emma Barrow Occidental So. D Simi Valley, Calif.
Kira Weiss CMS So. D Danville, Calif.
Katie Hill CMS  Sr. D Redmond, Wash.
Stacey Zuppa  Chapman Sr. M Centennial, Colo.
Allie Hill CMS So. M Redmond, Wash.
Hanna Morford Redlands Jr. M West Linn, Ore.
Annie Price Pomona-Pitzer So. G Naperville, Fla. 
         
Second Team All-SCIAC
Name Institution Year Position Hometown
Alessandra Pelliccia Occidental So. M McLean, Va.
Danielle Zahn Chapman Jr. M Mission Viejo, Calif.
Kelsey Ruhl Redlands Jr. A Seattle, Wash.
Nicole Larson  Pomona-Pitzer Jr.  D Seattle, Wash.
Lexie Meanor Whittier Jr. M Sewickley, Pa.
Quinn Egan Redlands Sr. G Greenwood Village, Colo.
Emily Cohen CMS So. M Seattle, Wash.
Anna Gillespie CMS Fy. G Encinitas, Calif.
Kate Immergluck Pomona-Pitzer Fy. M Decatur, Ga.
Shelby Thompson Chapman Jr. D San Clemente, Calif.
Ally Kroeckel Chapman So. D San Ramon, Calif.
Sammy Little Pomona-Pitzer So. D Evergreen, Colo.
Alexandra Callaway Chapman So.  A Princeton, N.J. 
Chelsea Sahami  Redlands So. D Millbrae, Calif.
         
SCIAC All-Sportsmanship Team
Name Institution Year Hometown
Lucy Schwartz Chapman Jr. Englewood, Colo. 
Zoe Ryan CMS So. Lakewood, Colo. 
Annie Stevens Occidental Sr. Salt Lake City, Utah
Sonia Olson Pomona-Pitzer So. Bainbridge Island, Wash.
Katie Koehler Redlands Sr. Jackson, Wy.
Melanie Rizzotti Whittier Sr. Mukilteo, Wash.