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    Lauren Kahn Earns IWLCA Second Team All-America Honors

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    Lauren Kahn's 2.53 caused turnovers a game were the third-best mark among all Division I players in 2014.

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    Lauren Kahn's 2.53 caused turnovers a game were the third-best mark among all Division I players in 2014.
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    May 20, 2014

    GRAND LAKE, Colo. - University of Connecticut senior midfielder Lauren Kahn (Nanuet, N.Y.) has been named an Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Second Team All-American for the second straight year as announced by the organization on Tuesday morning.

    Kahn, who earned All-Big East First Team honors last month, led the Huskies with 60 points in 2014 on 33 goals and a team-high 27 assists. Her 43 caused turnovers topped all Big East players this season, and she was third in the conference in game-winning goals (3), as she helped Connecticut reach the 10-win plateau for the third straight season.

    “I am extremely proud that Lauren earned national All-American honors for the second straight year,” UConn lacrosse coach Katie Woods said. “She is a special player that has taken UConn lacrosse to the national level.”

    The UConn midfielder tallied at least six points in five games this year, and she finished her career at Connecticut second all-time in points (216) and fourth in goals (143). The Huskies ended each season with a winning record during Kahn’s career, and UConn made its first ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament in her junior year when she recorded 65 points, the second-highest season total ever by a Husky.

    Kahn continued to fill up the stat sheet this season, finishing first in the Big East in ground balls (51) and third in draw controls (44). She once again earned IWLCA Northeast All-Region First Team honors, and her 2.53 caused turnovers a game were the third-best mark among all Division I players. Connecticut was second in the conference with 8.71 caused turnovers a game, and the Huskies qualified for the Big East Tournament for the second straight season.
    First Team

     Nikki Boltja, University of Louisville, Sr., Attack
    Taylor D’Amore, Johns Hopkins University, Sr., Attack
    Abbey Friend, University of North Carolina, Sr., Attack
    Brooke Griffin, University of Maryland, Jr., Attack  
    Alyssa Murray, Syracuse University, Sr., Attack
    Kayla Treanor, Syracuse University, So., Attack
    Taylor Cummings, University of Maryland, So., Midfield
    Shannon Gilroy, University of Florida, Jr., Midfield
    Kelly McPartland, University of Maryland, Jr., Midfield
    Mikaela Rix, Boston College, Jr., Midfield
    Megan Douty, University of Maryland, Jr., Defense
    Meg Markham, University of Pennsylvania, Jr., Defense
    Sloane Serpe, University of North Carolina, Sr., Defense
    Margaret Smith, Notre Dame University, Sr., Defense
    Taylor Virden, Duke University, Sr., Defense
    Liz Colgan, University of Virginia, Sr., Goalkeeper

    Second Team
    Katie Ferris, University of Massachusetts, Sr., Attack
    Alyssa Leonard, Northwestern University, Sr., Attack
    Kerrin Maurer, Duke University, Jr., Attack
    Jill Remenapp, University of Denver, Jr., Attack
    Covie Stanwick, Boston College, Jr., Attack
    Courtney Swan, University of Virginia, Jr., Attack
    Hannah Farr, Stanford University, Jr., Midfield
    Beth Glaros, University of Maryland, Sr., Midfield
    Lauren Kahn, University of Connecticut, Sr., Midfield
    Kaylin Morissette, University of Louisville, So., Midfield
    Marlee Paton, Loyola University, Sr., Midfield
    Kasey Mock, Syracuse University, Sr., Defense
    Lauren Purvis, Pennsylvania State University, Sr., Defense
    Colleen Smith, Princeton University, Sr., Defense
    Morgan Stephens, University of Virginia, Jr., Defense
    Tori DeScenza, Ohio State University, Jr., Goalkeeper

    Third Team
    Liza Blue, University of Virginia, Sr., Attack
    Faye Brust, University of Louisville, Jr., Attack
    Cortney Fortunato, University of Notre Dame, Fr., Attack
    Sydney Holman, University of North Carolina, Fr., Attack
    Erin McMunn, Princeton University, Jr., Attack
    Aly Messinger, University of North Carolina, So., Attack
    Annie Thomas, Loyola University, Jr., Attack
    Nora Barry, University of Florida, Jr., Midfield
    Sammy Cermack, Johns Hopkins University, Sr., Midfield
    Madison Cyr, Penn State University, So., Midfield
    Taryn VanThof, Loyola University, Jr., Midfield
    Kathleen Lennon, University of Albany, Sr., Defense
    Maddy Lesher, Loyola University, So., Defense
    Alice Mercer, University of Maryland, So., Defense
    Monica Negron, University of Louisville, Sr., Defense
    Frankie Caridi, Stony Brook University, Sr., Goalkeeper


     

     

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