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Five From Women's Lacrosse Earn All-Ivy Recognition

Five From Women's Lacrosse Earn All-Ivy Recognition

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Five Harvard women's lacrosse standouts were recognized with All-Ivy year end honors, headlined by senior attack Keeley MacAfee, who earned First Team All-Ivy laurels for the second straight year.

First-years Grace Hulslander and Shea Jenkins earned Second Team All-Ivy honors, the only first-years from any school on the league's first and second teams.

In addition, seniors Caroline Garrity and Colleen Burke earned Honorable Mention All-Ivy recognition.

A senior captain, MacAfee completed her Harvard career with another strong season, leading the team in scoring with 67 points (49 goals, 18 assists). A native of Needham, Mass, MacAfee was third in the Ivy League in goals per game (3.27) and fourth in points per game (4.47). She completed her Harvard career fourth on the school's all-time points list (207), and fifth on the all-time goal scoring list (147).

Hulslander made a splash in her first season, finishing second on the team in scoring with 39 points (29 goals, 10 assists), starting all 15 games. A native of Jamesville, N.Y., Hulslander led the team with 62 draw controls and finished the season fifth in the league with 4.13 draw controls per game.

Jenkins was also excellent in her first year at Harvard, leading the Ivy League in ground balls (49) and ground balls per game (3.27). A native of Newburyport, Mass., she led Harvard with 19 caused turnovers and was sixth in the league with 1.27 caused turnovers per game. Additionally, Jenkins was second on the team with 55 draw controls.

Garrity, a native of Lynnfield, Mass., was one of Harvard's top two-way players, notching a career high 15 goals, while adding 22 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers. 

Burke, a native of Westwood, Mass., emerged as a starter in her senior season as a key defender for the Crimson. She had 10 ground balls and eight caused turnovers this year.

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