Four Camels named to all-conference teams

BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Taelar Errington, Cloey Henchcliffe, and Maddy Dolinar have been named Big South Second Team All-Conference, while Brittany Kincer was selected to the Big South All-Academic squad. In addition, Erin O'Hara was voted Honorable Mention All-Conference.

Errington entered the final week of the regular-season 22nd in the nation and is second in the league at 2.77 goals per game and fifth in the BSC at 3.69 points per game. She takes 5.92 shots each contest, the second-most in the BSC and scored a career high six goals against Liberty. The senior also registered 16 ground balls and 15 draw controls. In her first game back this season she led the field with 4 goals against Kennesaw State. Errington took a season-high 11 shots against Davidson and tallied a career high 8 points against St. Mary's. This year, she totaled 36 goals and 12 assists.

This is Henchcliffe's second year as an all-conference player, after being named to the first team in 2013. She caused a then-conference individual game high five turnovers against Longwood and also led the field with four ground balls against the Lancers. The senior tallied three of CU's eight goals at Longwood, scoring the team's first two. She is eighth in the league with 2.43 draw controls per conference game, anchoring the Camels in the midfield. Henchcliffe totaled 10 goals and 6 assists this season, and picked up 21 ground balls and won a team high 28 draw controls.

Dolinar is third in the league with 3.29 ground balls per conference game. She is third in the Big South and 37th nationally with 2.47 ground balls per game overall. Her 1.29 caused turnovers per game is sixth in the conference. The freshman picked up a then-league individual high 8 ground balls at Presbyterian. Dolinar scored 11 of her 18 goals in conference play and leads CU with 37 ground balls and 17 caused turnovers.

Kincer is third in the league with 7.29 saves per game and also owns a 40.8 save percentage. She registered 16 saves against St. Joseph's, the second-most of any Big South keeper this season. The senior was named Big South Defensive Player of the Week on March 17. She was also placed on the 2012-13 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

O'Hara was given honorable mention recocgnition after being ranked fourth in the league with 1.43 caused turnovers per conference game. She registered a conference game individual high 5 caused turnovers against Davidson. The freshman totaled 21 ground balls, 8 draw controls, and 16 caused turnovers, the second-most for CU, and added a goal and an assist.

The Conference also announced the 2014 All-Conference and All-Academic teams Monday afternoon, which are listed below.  The All-Conference team is voted by the head coaches and features three attackers, five midfielders, three defenders, one goalkeeper and three at-large selections.  The All-Academic Team consists of one student-athlete from each institution that meets the criteria and is nominated and selected by the League's sports information directors. Also included are the Honorable Mention All-Conference winners, which consists of the five highest remaining vote-getters regardless of position.

 

2014 BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE WOMEN'S LACROSSE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS

 

FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE                                         

ATT    Mackenzie Carroll, Sr., High Point

ATT    Emma Sissman, Soph., Davidson

ATT    Jenna Kasmarik, Jr., Winthrop

MF      Jasmine Jordan, Sr., High Point

MF      Emily Rademacher, Jr., Davidson

MF      Shannon Gallagher, Soph., Winthrop

MF      Sarah Butler, Soph., Longwood

MF      Sara Kuhlman, Sr., High Point

D         Patricia Bigelow, Sr., High Point

D         Paige Logan, Sr., Davidson

D         Jen Moyer, Sr., Liberty

GK      Julia Burns, Jr., High Point

AL      Kacey Norwood, Jr., Longwood

AL      Rachel Waldron, Soph., Coastal Carolina

AL      Katie McHugh, Soph., Longwood

 

SECOND-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE                                    

ATT    Taelar Errington, Sr., Campbell

ATT    Ann Fucigna, Sr., Davidson

ATT    Lauren Prasnicki, Sr., Longwood

MF      Nina Dunay, Sr., Liberty

MF      Hayley Krause, Soph., Winthrop

MF      Katherine Rueger, Fr., Davidson

MF      Cloey Henchcliffe, Sr., Campbell

MF      Maddy Dolinar, Fr., Campbell

D         Maddy Ciardi, Soph., Coastal Carolina

D         Alyssa Blevins, Jr., Winthrop

D         Maura Talvacchia, Fr., Presbyterian College

GK      Christian Acker, Jr., Longwood

AL      Emily Cooke, Jr., Davidson

AL      Alec Perry, Sr., High Point

AL      Paige Jenkins, Fr., Winthrop

 

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE

Erin O'Hara, D, Fr., Campbell

Shiloh McKenzie, D, Soph., Longwood

Lily Yednock, MF, Jr., Coastal Carolina

Kallie Britton, MF, Soph., Liberty

Mary Barondess, MF, Sr., Longwood

 

 

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

Brittany Kincer, Sr., GK, Campbell

Lily Yednock, Jr., MF, Coastal Carolina

Paige Logan, Sr., D, Davidson

Jasmine Jordan, Sr., D, High Point

Sam Struss, Jr., ATT, Liberty

Lauren Prasnicki, Sr., ATT, Longwood

Maggie Richardson, Jr., MF, Presbyterian College

Logan McCarthy, Soph., MF, Winthrop

 

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Mackenzie Carroll, Sr., ATT, High Point

 

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Jasmine Jordan, Sr., D, High Point

 

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Katherine Rueger, MF, Davidson

 

COACH OF THE YEAR

Lyndsey Boswell, High Point

 

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Jasmine Jordan, Sr., D, High Point