FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – The Capital Athletic Conference announced its 2019 women's lacrosse all-conference teams on Tuesday and Salisbury University was well-represented with six players earning recognition.
Sophomore Alexis Strobel and senior Martha Hutzell earned first-team honors, while seniors Lindsey Wagner and Gabby Mongno as well as juniors Kendall Bannan and Skye Graham were named to the second team.
Strobel's first-team selection is the first All-CAC nod of her career. She leads the conference in assists with 62 while ranking third in the CAC with 78 points. Strobel is currently tied for fifth in program history in single-season assists while ranking ninth all time with 85 career assists.
Hutzell was named to the All-CAC first team for the second-straight season. The senior defender is tied for second on the team with 33 groundballs and tied for fourth on the team with 15 caused turnovers. Hutzell has also recorded a team-high 67 draw controls on the season, good for sixth in the CAC. She is currently fourth in program history with 145 career draw controls.
Wagner's second-team selection is the first All-CAC honor of her career. The senior attacker is second on the team, and 12th in the conference, with 61 points. She has racked up 35 assists and 26 goals on the season. The 35 assists are good for second on the team and fifth in the conference. Wagner is 10th in program history with 84 career assists.
Mongno's second-team honor is also the first All-CAC nod of her career. The senior attacker leads the team with 43 goals, which is good for eighth in the conference. She has piled up 49 points to go along with 12 draw controls, 11 ground balls, and eight caused turnovers. Mongno is five goals away from moving into 10th place in program history in career goals.
Bannan was named to the All-CAC second team for the second-straight season. The junior defender is second on the team and seventh in the conference with 27 caused turnovers on the year. She has also added 31 ground balls, which is good for fourth on the team.
Graham's second-team selection is the first All-CAC honor of her career. The goalkeeper is third in the conference with a 47.3 save percentage and 8.63 goals-against average. She has added a team-high 46 groundballs, which ranks her seventh in the CAC, to go along with 15 caused turnovers.
Salisbury will be back in action in the NCAA tournament second round on Sunday, May 12 at 1 p.m. against the winner of the first-round game between Lebanon Valley College and United States Merchant Marine Academy, which will be held at Sea Gull Stadium on Saturday, May 11 at 1 p.m.
To view the CAC release in its entirety, click here.