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Three Tars Named IWLCA All-Americans

Three Tars Named IWLCA All-Americans

GRAND LAKE, Colo. (June 11, 2019) – A trio of Tars earned IWLCA All-American Honors, the organization released this evening.

See the full All-American team here.

Kallie German headlines the group, picking up her fourth consecutive All-American Honor and her second First Team accolade.  Van Beck was named Second Team for the second time in her career, while picking up her third overall nod.  Rizk earned third team recognition, the junior's first All-American honor.

German adds her First Team honor to a long list of career accolades.  She has now been named an IWLCA All-American, All-Region, and All-Sunshine State Conference performer in each of her four years at Rollins.  This season she led the SSC 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.

Van Beck concluded her career as one of the most decorated defenders in Rollins history, as she collects her third IWLCA All-American 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, to go along with one goal and two assists.  She was named SSC Defensive Player of the Week twice in 2019 before earning First Team All-SSC honors, the fourth time in her career.

Rizk picks up her first IWLCA All-American recognition after being named to her first All-South Region Team this season. The junior finished top-five on the squad in a multitude of categories including goals scored, 32, points, 34, ground balls, 26, draw controls, 23, and caused turnovers, nine. 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.

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.

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