USA Lacrosse Magazine Announces Division I Women's All-Americans


Charlotte North, a first-team selection, is a Tewaaraton finalist.

USA Lacrosse Magazine announced Tuesday its 2021 Division I Women’s All-Americans, a list compiled by staff and contributors, with input from college coaches and other sources. 

North Carolina, top team in the Nike / USA Lacrosse Division I Top 20 and No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament, leads all schools with seven All-American selections — five on the firs team.

Syracuse, the No. 3 team in the nation, followed with six selections. Boston College and Northwestern each placed five players on All-America or Honorable Mention, and Florida placed four.

USA Lacrosse Magazine identified 60 players overall as All-Americans, including first-, second- and third-team honors as well as honorable mentions. 


A — Katie Hoeg, North Carolina
A — Charlotte North, Boston College
A — Jamie Ortega, North Carolina
A — Izzy Scane, Northwestern
M — Shannon Kavanagh, Florida
M — Ally Kennedy, Stony Brook
M — Ally Mastroianni, North Carolina
M — Sydney Watson, UConn
D — Lizzie Colson, Maryland
D — Sarah Cooper, Syracuse
D — Emma Trenchard, North Carolina
D — Cara Trombetta, Florida
G — Taylor Moreno, North Carolina


A — Ali Baiocco, Stanford
A — Lauren Gilbert, Northwestern
A — Maddie Jenner, Duke
A — Meaghan Tyrrell, Syracuse
M — Kasey Choma, Notre Dame
M — Olivia Dirks, Penn State
M — Grace Griffin, Maryland
M — Karson Harris, Drexel
D — Meredith Chapman, Virginia
D — Callie Humphrey, Duke
D — Ally Palermo, Northwestern
D — Hollie Schleicher, Boston College
G — Sarah Reznick, Florida


A — Megan Carney, Syracuse
A — Hannah Leubecker, Maryland
A — Taryn Ohlmiller, Stony Brook
A — Livy Rosenzweig, Loyola
M — Annie Dyson, Virginia
M — Molly Garrett, Michigan
M — Lindsay McKone, Northwestern
M — Belle Smith, Boston College
D — Kerry Defliese, Syracuse
D — Katie Detwiler, Loyola
D — Trinity McPherson, Johns Hopkins
D — Catie Woodruff, North Carolina
G — Molly Dougherty, James Madison


Attack: Aurora Cordingley, Johns Hopkins; Sarah Elms, Jacksonville; Scottie Rose Growney, North Carolina; Samantha Lynch, Notre Dame; Jenn Medjid, Boston College; Alyssa Parrella, Hofstra; Gabby Rosenzweig, Duke; Cara Urbank, Boston College

Midfield: Caroline Blalock, Louisville; Brianna Harris, Florida; Sammy Mueller, Northwestern; Paige Petty, Virginia Tech; Cassidy Spilis, Rutgers; Sam Swart, Syracuse

Defense: Meghan Ball, Rutgers; Sami Chenoweth, Towson; Molly Little, Denver; Annika Meyer, Johns Hopkins; Ella Simkins, Syracuse

Goalie: Bridget Deehan, Notre Dame; Paulina DiFatta, Elon

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