NWLL Names 2013 All-Americ​an Teams

The National Women’s Lacrosse League announced the 2013 All-American Teams at the NWLL National Championship Opening Ceremonies and Banquet on Wednesday night. The awarded athletes were nominated and voted on by the NWLL All-American Committee, comprised of select coaches from the league.

The committee also named Indiana Tech’s, Kendall Guthrie, the NWLL Player of the Year, while Alexa Burns of Aquinas College was named Offensive Player of the Year, and Shorter’s Desiree Watson-Isom the Defensive Player of the Year. Meghan Brady, of Robert Morris, was awarded NWLL Rookie of the Year, and her coach Allison Galindo was honored with the NWLL Coach of the Year title.

The 2013 NWLL National Championship Tournament will be underway tomorrow, Thursday, April 18th. Game one is set to begin at 12:00 p.m. with games following at 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. at Lindenwood University-Belleville in Belleville, Ill.

For a complete game schedule and bracket information click here

NWLL 1st Team All-American

Name

Position

School

Desiree Watson-Isom

D

Shorter

Arianna Vicari

D

St. Andrews

Anne Morrow

D

Aquinas College

Meghan Brady

MF

Robert Morris

Cat Lovallo

MF

St. Andrews

Alexa Burns

MF

Aquinas College

Kendall Guthrie

MF

Indiana Tech

Kayla Nelson

MF

SCAD

Avery Armstrong

A

Shoter

Jackie Jones

A

St. Andrews

Autumn McMillan

A

Indiana Tech

Bre Stockall

GK

Aquinas College

     

NWLL 2nd Team All-American

Shaina Levin

D

SCAD

Mariah Newton

D

Davenport

Lizzie Paul

D

Davenport

Britney Lukowski

MF

SCAD

Lauren Murray

MF

Missouri Baptist

Shana Schroeder

MF

St. Andrews

Mary Prunte

MF

Robert Morris

Lauren McCarty

MF

Aquinas College

Kati Rogers

A

Aquinas College

Charlotte Cutts

A

SCAD

Alexis Morris

A

Midland

Meghan Powell

GK

St. Andrews

     

Player of the Year: Kendall Guthrie,  Indiana Tech

Offensive Player of the Year: Alexa Burns,  Aquinas College

Defensive Player of the Year: Desiree Watson-Isom,  Shorter

Rookie of the Year: Meghan Brady,  Robert Morris

Coach of the Year: Allison Galindo,  Robert Morris