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Tars Place Four on IWLCA All-South Region Teams

Tars Place Four on IWLCA All-South Region Teams

Van Beck, German, and Ashton Repeat As All-Region Selections


GRAND LAKE, Colo. (May 16, 2019) – The Tars placed four players on the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-South Region teams, the organization has announced.  Senior attacker Kallie German, junior midfielder Lily Rizk, and senior defender Lindsay Van Beck picked up First Team honors, while junior attacker Hannah Ashton earned a spot on the Second Team.

Full IWCA DII All-Region Release

German adds her First Team honor to a long list of career accolades.  She has now been named an IWLCA All-Region performer in each of her four years at Rollins.  This season she led the Sunshine State Conference in both assists, with 49, and points, with 104.  Her 55 goals were the fourth most in the SSC.  German was named SSC Player of the Week three times, and IWLCA Offensive Player of the Week once during the campaign.  She also picked up her fourth consecutive First Team All-SSC award, making her just one of three players to earn the honor all four years.

Rizk picks up her first IWLCA recognition with her First Team honors this season.  The junior scored 32 goals out of the midfield, while also scooping up 26 ground balls, collecting 23 draw controls, and causing nine turnovers, all of which were among the best on the squad.  The Columbus, Ohio native scored the overtime game-winner in the Tars' NCAA First Round victory over Florida Southern. Rizk was named Second Team All-SSC, as well, for her efforts.

Van Beck concluded her career as one of the most decorated defenders in Rollins history, as she collects her third IWLCA First Team All-South Region honor.  She became the Rollins all-time leader in caused turnovers, with her 26 this year.  The Atlanta, Georgia native also collected a team best 77 draw controls, while picking up 23 ground balls.  She was named SSC Defensive Player of the Week twice in 2019 before earning First Team All-SSC honors, also for the fourth time in her career.

Ashton earns her second IWLCA Second Team honor as a junior.  The Berwyn, Pennsylvania native ranked fifth in the SSC with 54 goals on the year.  She added 12 assists for a total of 66 points, tying her for the seventh best mark in the conference.  Ashton was named first team All-SSC for her production on the offensive end of the field.

Student Athletes named to the All-Region Teams are eligible to earn All-American status.  Overall 128 Student Athletes collected accolades across four regions.

Rollins ended the year 15-3 overall.  The Tars downed Florida Southern in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but eventually fell in overtime to Queens in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals. 

2019 IWLCA South Region - First Team

Attack

Ally Blood

Jr.

Queens University of Charlotte

Goalkeeper

Chase Brokaw

Jr.

Queens University of Charlotte

Midfield

Dani Bursinger*^

Sr.

Florida Southern College

Defense

Cammy Case

Sr.

Queens University of Charlotte

Attack

Kylie Eastman

So.

Belmont Abbey College

Attack

Kallie German*~#

Sr.

Rollins College

Midfield

McKenzie Jackson†

So.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Defense

Samantha Keesey*

Sr.

Florida Southern College

Attack

Courtney Lafler

Sr.

Limestone College

Midfield

Lily Rizk

Jr.

Rollins College

Midfield

Samantha Schiano*%

Sr.

Florida Tech

Attack

Hannah Scott

Sr.

Queens University of Charlotte

Goalkeeper

Bridget Sutter*

So.

University of Tampa

Midfield

Claire Swanson

Jr.

University of Tampa

Attack

Carly Vaccaro

Jr.

University of Tampa

Defense

Lindsay Van Beck*^

Sr.

Rollins College

-

     

2019 IWLCA South Region - Second Team

Attack

Hannah Ashton

Jr.

Rollins College

Attack

Riley Bannatyne

Jr.

Florida Southern College

Attack

Aubriana Benedetto

Sr.

Florida Southern College

Defense

Rose Blackburn

Sr.

Limestone College

Midfield

Rachel Elmore

Sr.

Lenoir-Rhyne University

Midfield

Caroline Forester

Sr.

University of Tampa

Midfield

Julia Foster

So.

Limestone College

Defense

Olivia Going*%

Jr.

Florida Tech

Defense

Sadie Michael

Sr.

University of Mount Olive

Attack

Britannie Ouimet

So.

Limestone College

Defense

Ashley Salvett

Jr.

Saint Leo University

Defense

Alexa Scudillo†

Jr.

University of Tampa

Attack

Kristyn Staley

So.

University of Tampa

Goalkeeper

Sydney Taylor

Sr.

North Greenville University

Defense

Alyssa Voccia

Sr.

Limestone College

Midfield

Katie Wardle

Sr.

Queens University of Charlotte

 

* = 2018 South Region First Team
† = 2018 South Region Second Team
^ = 2017 South Region First Team
~ = 2017 South Region Second Team
% = 2017 South Region Third Team
# = 2016 South Region First Team

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