UM's Schwarzmann named ACC's top offensive player

Women's awards

May 06, 2012|From Sun staff reports

Maryland junior midfielder Katie Schwarzmann (Century), who has 63goals this season, the 10th-highest mark in school history, was named Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player on Friday.

Boston College attacker Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) was named Freshman of the Year.

Big East: Loyola's Marlee Paton was named Midfielder of the Year and the Greyhounds' Kellye Gallagher was selected as Defensive Player of the Year.

Ana Heneberry (Dulaney), Kerry Stoothoff, Annie Thomas (John Carroll) and Sydney Thomas joined Gallagher and Paton on the first team, and Hannah Schmitt made the second team.

Patriot League: Navy's Jasmine DePompeo was named Offensive Player of the Year, and the Mids' Loren Generi was selected as Rookie of the Year.

DePompeo was joined on the first team by teammates Kathy Young and Kierstin King (Hereford); Generi was joined on the second team by teammates Jess Fellows and Dominique Wright.

American Lacrosse Conference: Penn State's Dana Cahill (Mercy) was named Goalkeeper of the Year.

Johns Hopkins' Taylor D'Amore made the All-ALC first team, and teammates Alyssa Kildare and Colleen McCaffrey made the second team.

Colonial Athletic Association: James Madison's Casey Ancarrow (John Carroll) was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year.

Four Towson players won first-team honors: Andi Raymond, Kelly Custer, Alexa Demski (Loch Raven) and Mary Teeters (Centennial). Ashley Waldron made the second team and Michelle Dufault was named to the rookie team.

America East: UMBC's Jamie Fahey (Loch Raven) was named to the first team.

Anna Barnett was named to the second team and rookie team; she shared second-team honors with Alicia Krause (Mount Hebron) and rookie accolades with Abby Wilson (Fallston).

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