Nicole Baiocco, Julia Glynn, and Keeley MacAfee earned postseason honors from the Ivy League.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior attack Julia Glynn earned Ivy League Attacker of the Year honors to headline three Harvard women's lacrosse standouts honored by the Ivy League with postseason laurels, the conference announced today.
Glynn, a four-time All-Ivy honoree, had a season to remember in 2018, finishing the year with 95 points (69 goals, 26 assists), the third most in a single season in program history. Her 69 goals are second-most in Harvard history as well. A team captain and Tewaaraton Award Watch List selection, Glynn became just the fifth Harvard student-athlete to reach 200 points for her career, finishing her four years with 136 goals and 66 assists. A native of Manhasset, N.Y., Glynn led the nation with 4.60 goals per game, and was second with 6.33 points per game.
MacAfee earned All-Ivy recognition for the first time in her career after a breakout junior season. MacAfee finished the year with 78 points (53 goals, 25 assists), the sixth most points in a single season in program history. A native of Needham, Mass., MacAfee became the eighth player at Harvard to top 50 goals in a year, and the first in the tenure of Lisa Miller to record six or more goals in back-to-back games. MacAfee was also fifth in the nation and led Harvard with 6.13 shots on goal per game.
Baiocco recorded a career high 41 points (14 goals, 27 assists) this season, leading the team with 27 assists. A native of New Vernon, N.J., Baiocco had six games with three or more assists this season, averaging 1.80 per game (43rd, NCAA).