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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: June 3, 2010
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College All-Americans Amy Campbell (North Andover, Mass.) and Caroline Duke (Englewood, Colo.) take to the field one more time to compete in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) North-South Senior All-Star Game on Saturday, June 12, at 2 p.m. at the United Sports Training Center in Downington, Pa.
Campbell and Duke are both two-time All-Americans after each earned IWLCA second team honors last week. The pair also earned All-American second team honors from womenslacrosse.com, were on the ECAC New England Division III first team, and the New England Small College Athletic Conference first team.
The duo helped the Mules to a 56-18 record over the past four years, four straight NESCAC championship game appearances, two league titles, and three NCAA Division III Tournament appearances. Both players graduated from Colby last month.
Campbell had 50 goals and 19 assists for 69 points to lead the Mules (15-5) on offense this season. She finished her Colby career with 136 goals and 35 assists for 171 career points in 69 games and has 90 career draw controls and 69 groundballs. Campbell scored 40-plus goals in each of the past three years. In the final NESCAC statistics, Campbell ranked first in overall points (69), first in total goals (50), sixth in points per game (3.45), tied for fifth in goals per game (2.50), and 12th in assists per game (0.95).
Duke led the Mules in caused turnovers with 45 and added 31 groundballs while leading Colby's defense. A captain along with Campbell and Carly Rapaport, Duke finished her career with 97 caused turnovers, 98 groundballs, and 50 draw controls. She was tied for second in the NESCAC in total caused turnovers and third in caused turnovers per game (2.25). Duke and the rest of the Mules led the NESCAC in team caused turnovers per game (11.70).
Duke and Campbell are two of seven players from the NESCAC competing June 12.
Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association North-South Senior All-Star Game
North: Jayme Alfano, Drew, D; Melissa Brashear, Catholic, GK; Quinn Sanborn Brueggemann, Williams, D; Amy Campbell, Colby, A; Anne Cook, Trinity, D; Jessica Copeland, Ohio Wesleyan, M; Caroline Duke, Colby, D; Tracey Ferriter, Williams, M; Jessilyn Fritz, Cortland, M; Lauren Glavin, St. John Fisher, M; Katie Henderson, Buffalo State, A; Elizabeth Law, Drew, M; Nicole Mahoney, Cortland, A; Liz Pacheco, Vassar, M; Sarah Remes, Trinity, M; Kathleen Scheld, Amherst, M; Ann Sessler, Nazareth, GK; Whitney Thayer, Williams, A; Peggy Wefald, Mount Holyoke, M; Loretta White, Wellesley, M; Kate Livesay, head coach, Trinity
South: Amanda Alexandrowicz, Cabrini, M; Alexandra Bertrand, St. Mary's, D; Kara Borzillo, Stevens, D; Elizabeth Cannon, Ursinus, M; Katie Capinolo, Elizabethtown, M; Jessica Crane, Gettysburg, M; Alysa Crellin, Dickinson, M; Kim Cudmore, Salisbury, A; Paulette Cutruzzula, Franklin & Marshall, D; Nina Emala, Gettysburg, A; Jess Glazer, Salisbury, D; Blake Hargest, Franklin & Marshall, A; Stephanie Kreis, Elizabethtown, A; Kaitlyn Molzon, Rowan, D; Alyssa Pigott, Stevens, A; Steffi Renninger, Sewanee, M; Beth Rhodey, Salisbury, M; Lidia Sanza, Franklin & Marshall, GK; Kate Schmid, Cabrini, GK; Hollis Stahl, Gettysburg, M; Bryanna Vohs, Guilford, D; Mike Faith, head coach, Elizabethtown