GRAND LAKE, Colo. – The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced its list of 57 student-athletes who earned recognition from the organization as they were named a 2019 IWLCA All-American. Salisbury University had two players garner honors from the IWLCA as Martha Hutzell and Alexis Strobel were each named an All-American.
Hutzell, who earned her second straight All-American honor after being named to the third team in 2018, was named to the second team after turning in a tremendous senior-year campaign for the maroon and gold at the defensive end of the field. She played in all 24 games, winning a team-best 85 draw controls while causing 20 turnovers and scooping up 41 groundballs. She played a pivotal role on a defensive unit that allowed a 7.97 goals against average, ranking the team in the top 35 in the country. Hutzell finishes her career ranked third in program history in draw controls with 163.
Strobel, who garnered her first All-American honor, was named to the third-team after a standout sophomore season. She appeared in all 24 games, totaling 96 points on 23 goals and a team-high 73 assists. Her 73 assists also ranked second in the country while her 96 points ranked her in the top 50 in Division III. She currently ranks eighth in program history in career assists with 96.
To view the release from the IWLCA, click here.