Four Crimson Earn Spots on All-Ivy Women’s Lacrosse Team
Micaela Cyr garnered a spot on the All-Ivy first team (Ted Keating).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Four members of the Harvard women’s lacrosse team have been tabbed to the All-Ivy League squad, the conference office announced Wednesday.
Senior Micaela Cyr was named to the All-Ancient Eight first team, while classmate Mariel Jenkins and freshman Audrey Todd garnered spots on the All-Ivy second team. Senior Danielle Tetreault earned all-conference honorable mention.
A native of Lexington, Mass., Cyr, an attacker, received her third nod to the All-Ivy team after finishing her career with 101 points on 73 goals and 28 assists. As a senior, Cyr led Harvard with 31 goals, 16 helpers, 47 points and 29 ground balls in 14 games. She also ranked second on the team with 36 draw controls and paced the squad with 11 assists and 24 points in conference play. Cyr scored at least one goal in all 14 contests and tallied multiple scores in 10 games.
A defender from Belle Mead, N.J., Jenkins was an All-Ivy honorable mention choice last season. She played in 13 games this spring, grabbing 15 ground balls and causing a team-high 10 turnovers. She also netted two goals, both coming in conference action.
Todd, a midfielder who hails from Baltimore, Md., tallied 25 goals and amassed 34 points, ranking second on the Crimson in both categories. She recorded five hat tricks and netted at least one goal in 12 contests this spring. Todd also led Harvard with a team-best 15 goals in Ivy League action.
A midfielder from Guilderland, N.Y., Tetreault concluded her career ninth in Harvard history with 114 career goals and 11th with 139 points in her four years in Cambridge. A three-time All-Ivy League choice, Tetreault played in 13 games in 2013 and stood third on the Crimson with 24 goals and 28 points. She also netted at least one goal in 12 contests during her senior season and tallied 12 goals during conference play.