All-State Selection Announced. Nor'easter Players Earning Recognition!

The All-State Selections for Class L, M and S have been announced. Congratulations to these Nor'easter members... 

CLASS L - Gwen Geisler (All-American), Maya Feigenbaum, Faith Haverty, Bryn Murray, Carolynn Perchmann, Julia Ostrowski, Gillian Haverty and Lauren Carrino!
CLASS M - Riley Kokoruda (All-American), Molly Carroll, Olivia Clarke, Morgan Gilman, Allison McCormick, Autumn McHenry, Alex Rose, Karlie Rowe, Taylor Scully, Melanie Silverman, Sophie Spencer, Emma Vadlez, Camden Frissora, Glenna-Kate Gies, Cat Goncalves, Allie Kawiecki, Ali Sheehy, Sabrina Torcellini, Nicolette Spotlow, and Annie Uyeki!
CLASS S - Sydney Cowell, Taylor Moore, Nicole Werner, Brinley Anderson, Kendall Hartt, Jettke Gray, Riley Roarick, Hannah Lamb, Margaret Berger, Abigail Berger, Haley Gesick, and Erin Owens!

Brianna Young (Nor'easter Class of 2015) Named SAA Defensive Player of the Year

Led by student-athlete Brianna Young, the Sewanee women's lacrosse team earned a number of Southern Athletic Association (SAA) awards, Tuesday... Young was named the SAA Defensive Player of the Year and an All-SAA First Team selection... Young was outstanding for the Tigers. In 747:38 minutes in goal, she led the league in save percentage (61.4) and games played (18). She ranked second in goals against average (7.22), wins (13), and winning percentage (76.5)... Additionally, Young finished with 143 saves and allowed only 90 goals.

In addition, Sewanee women's lacrosse student-athlete Brianna Young has been named Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Region the IWLCA released, Friday.

http://www.sewaneetigers.com/sports/wlax/2016-17/releases/20170502hnnlap

http://sewaneetigers.com/sports/wlax/2016-17/releases/20170512urneu0

Elizabeth Morrison (Nor'easter Class of 2014) Named Pre-Season Player of the Year

Nike / USL Preseason Player of the Year - Division III
Elizabeth Morrison, The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)

Unmistakable for her American flag headband, Morrison would be hard to miss anyway. The reigning IWLCA Defender of the Year led the Lions with 69 caused turnovers and 91 ground balls, while also scoring 12 goals. 

Check out the feature from TCNJ on Morrison here.