Duke, Campbell earn All-American honors

Contact: William Sodoma
Date: May 26, 2010

WATERVILLE, Maine --- You can call Amy Campbell (North Andover, Mass.) and Caroline Duke (Englewood, Colo.) two-time All-Americans after each earned second team selections on Wednesday.

The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and womenslacrosse.com both came out with All-American listings and both Campbell and Duke were on the second team for each organization. The pair also were named to the first team ECAC New England Division III All-Star squad. Campbell earned back-to-back All-American honors and Duke was named in 2008.

Womenslacrosse.com also honored Colby's Kate Pistel (Amherst, Mass), who was selected to the All-Rookie Team.

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).

Pistel had a strong first season with the Mules, finishing fourth on the team in scoring with 28 goals and four assists for 32 points. She had three goals and two assists in Colby's 10-9 NCAA second round win over Cortland State. Pistel ranked second on the Mules in draw controls (31), third in groundballs (32), and fourth in caused turnovers (25).

Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-American Teams

First Team: Sarah Bray, Hamilton, M, Jr.; Liz Bruno, Trinity, M, So.; Anna Collins, Babson, M, Sr.; Jessica Crane, Gettysburg, M, Sr.; Kim Cudmore, Salisbury, A, Sr.; Blake Hargest, F&M, A, Sr.; Alison Jaeger, TCNJ, A, Jr.; Alyssa Kopp, Tufts, D, Sr.; Sarah McKinley, Salisbury, D, Sr.; Kathleen Notos, TCNJ, M, So.; Alyssa Pigott, Stevens, A, Sr.; Liz Rave, Hamilton, A, Sr.; Lidia Sanza, F&M, GK, Sr.; Lauren Sokol, Hamilton, D, So.; Hollis Stahl, Gettysburg, M, Sr.; Gina Valles, Roanoke, M, Jr.

Second Team: Lindsay Abbott, Cortland, A, So.; Amy Campbell , Colby , A, Sr.; Kate Cox, Stevens, D, Jr.; Sarah Dick, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, A, Jr.; Maria DiFato, Cortland, M, Fr.; Paulette Cutruzzula, F&M, D, Sr.; Caroline Duke , Colby , D, Sr.; Dana Heritage , Middlebury, A, Sr.; Kristin Joyce, Union, A, Jr.; Catherine Kennedy, Mary Washington, A, So.; Becky Lutz, Gettysburg, D, Jr.; Beth Rhodey, Salisbury, M, Sr.; Rachel Romanowsky, Trinity, A, Jr.; Julia Schreiber, Williams, GK, Jr.; Christine Smith, Stevens, M, Jr.; Katie Stewart, Bowdoin, M, So.

Third Team: Brittany Baer, McDaniel, A, Sr.; Becky Borrell, Catholic, D, Jr.; Katie Caprinolo, Elizabethtown, M, Sr.; Jenna Dannis, Bates, M, So.; Nina Emala, Gettysburg, A, Sr.; Jess Fritz, Cortland, M, Sr.; Katie Herter, Bowdoin, A, So.; Melissa Hill, Brockport, M, Sr.; Caite Irvine, Trinity, A, Jr.; Meredith LaRose, Amherst, D, So.; Allie Kimmelman, Mary Washington, A, So.; Liz Moran, Union, D, Sr.; Stephanie Perez, Tufts, M, So.; Kaitlyn Pettengill, Babson, M, Sr.; Cat Ruggiero, Union, GK, Jr.; Mary Swarthout, Catholic, M, So.

Womenslacrosse.com  All-American Teams

Goalie of the Year: Cat Ruggiero, Union;  Defender of the Year: Sarah McKinley, Salisbury; Midfielder of the Year: Sarah Bray, Hamilton; Attacker of the Year: Alison Jaeger, College of New Jersey; Rookie of the Year: Maria DiFato, Cortland; Unsung Hero of the Year: Allie Wheatley, Salisbury; Coach of the Year: Linda Michele, Brockport.

First Team: Sarah Bray, Hamilton; Liz Bruno, Trinity; Anna Collins, Babson; Kim Cudmore, Salisbury; Blake Hargest, Franklin & Marshall; Alison Jaeger, TCNJ; Kristin Joyce, Union; Alyssa Kopp, Tufts; Becky Lutz, Gettysburg; Sarah McKinley, Salisbury; Kathleen Notos, TCNJ; Alyssa Pigott, Stevens; Lauren Sokol, Hamilton; Liz Rave, Hamilton; Cat Ruggiero, Union; Hollis Stahl, Gettysburg

Second Team: Lindsay Abbott, Cortland; Amy Campbell, Colby; Annie Cook, Trinity; Jessica Crane, Gettysburg; Paulette Cutruzzulla, Franklin & Marshall; Maria DiFato, Cortland; Caroline Duke, Colby; Nina Emala, Gettysburg; Dana Heritage, Middlebury; Meredith LaRose, Amherst; Beth Rhodey, Salisbury; Rachel Romanowsky, Trinity; Lidia Sanza, Franklin & Marshall; Christine Smith, Stevens; Katie Stewart, Bowdoin; Gina Valles, Roanoke.

Third Team: Brittany Baer, McDaniel; Katie Caprinolo, Elizabethtown; Kate Cox, Stevens; Jenna Dannis, Bates; Sarah Dick, Claremont Mudd Scripps; Jess Fritz, Cortland; Cayla Grodotzke, Washington & Jefferson; Melissa Hill, Brockport; Catherine Kennedy, Mary Washington; Shannon Manning, Bridgewater State; Liz Moran, Union; Alexis Morris, Elizabethtown; Lindsey Parent, FDU; Steph Perez, Tufts; Kaitlyn Pettengill, Babson; Julia Schreiber, Williams; Mary Swarthout, Catholic

All-Rookie Squad: Kailee Beal, Montclair; Maria DiFato, Cortland; Rachel Friedman, Hamilton; Linnea Fulton, Bates; Carolyn Gorajek, Bowdoin; Meghan Leonhard, Trinity; Julia McLellan, Washington & Jefferson; Alexis Morris, Elizabethtown; Carolyn Mukai, Whittier; Lauriann Parker, St. Mary's; Kate Pistel, Colby
Jamie Spang, Babson; Shelby Vakiener, RIT; Spencer Waybright, Stevens; Kim Wayson, York; Sam Weinstein, Williams

ECAC 2010 Division III New England Women's Lacrosse All-Stars

Offensive Player of the Year: Anna Collins, Senior, Midfielder, Babson; Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Taylor MacDonald, Senior, Midfielder, Eastern Connecticut State and Julia Schreiber, Junior, Goalkeeper, Williams; Rookie of the Year: Samantha Weinstein, Freshman, Midfielder, Williams

First Team All-Stars: Amy Campbell, Senior, Attack, Colby; Caitlin Irvine, Junior, Attack, Trinity; Ashley Hansbury, Senior, Attack, Curry; Valerie Feldman, Senior, Attack, Endicott; Liz Bruno, Sophomore, Midfielder, Trinity; Taylor MacDonald, Senior, Midfielder, Eastern Connecticut State; Katie Stewart, Sophomore, Midfielder, Bowdoin; Shannon Manning, Senior, Midfielder, Bridgewater State; Anna Collins, Senior, Midfielder, Babson; Caroline Duke, Senior, Defender, Colby; Alyssa Kopp, Senior, Defender, Tufts; Nicole Poli, Junior, Defender, Western New England; Julia Schreiber, Junior, Goalkeeper, Williams
Second Team All-Stars: Dana Heritage, Senior, Attack, Middlebury; Rachel Romanowsky, Junior, Attack, Trinity; Alyssa Hood, Junior, Attack, Babson; Morgan DeShaw, Sophomore, Attack, Endicott; Jenna Dannis, Sophomore, Midfielder, Bates; Stephanie Perez, Sophomore, Midfielder, Tufts; Kaitlyn Pettengill, Senior, Midfielder, Babson; Perry Markell, Senior, Midfielder, Mount Holyoke; Meredith LaRose, Sophomore, Defender, Amherst; Ginny Lee, Senior, Defender, University of New England; Nicole Papasergiou, Junior, Defender, Roger Williams; Sarah Macary, Junior, Goalkeeper, Babson

Third Team All-Stars: Jessica Knight, Senior, Attack, Univ. of Southern Maine; Lauren Sawyer, Junior, Attack, Keene State; Jenny Jones, Junior, Attack, Bridgewater State; Hailey Colburn, Sophomore, Attack, Wheaton; Meghan Ross, Junior, Midfielder, Emerson; Trisha Babson, Sophomore, Midfielder, Babson; Lindsey Fenton, Senior,  Midfielder, Western New England; Claire Halliday, Junior, Midfielder, Roger Williams; Megan Barrett, Sophomore, Defender, Eastern Connecticut State
Lauren Poppe, Sophomore, Defender, Western Connecticut State; Erin Quimby, Junior, Defender, Bridgewater State; Amanda Magee, Senior, Goalkeeper, Roger Williams


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