NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. (May 19, 2022) – Seniors Camryn Rogers, Morgan Westerby and Meredith Colinwith junior Zoe Cookof the Stevens Institute of Technology women’s lacrosse team, have been named to the All-Boardwalk Region teams of the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA), the organization announced Thursday.
Cook, Conlin and Rogers each landed in the Boardwalk area first team, while Westerby was named to the second team. The recognition from all regions is the second for Rogers, while Conlin, Westerby and Cook each received the accolade for the first time. Stevens placed four student-athletes on IWLCA All-Region Teams for the first time since 2018 and the three first-team selections are the most since 2016.
Cook scored 61 goals and seven assists to finish with a career-high 68 points. She has recorded at least one point in 19 of her 21 games this season and had a career-high eight points in a non-conference win over Kean. Cook had 14 hat tricks and almost 80% of his shots were on target. Cook scored on 12 of 23 shots from the free position and the Princeton, New Jersey native also contributed with 25 draw checks, 10 turnovers and 12 ground balls.
MAC Freedom Defensive Player of the Year, Conlin anchored a defensive squad that allowed 7.76 goals per game during the regular season, which ranked 22nd in Division III. The Cortlandt Manor, New York native led the team with 28 turnovers caused, bringing her career total to 79, and Conlin ranked 10th at the MAC Freedom with an average of 1.33 turnovers caused per game. His seven turnovers prompted turnovers in a non-conference win over Drew, which tied his own program record and was the record for all MAC Freedom players in a single game this season. Conlin also finished second on the team with 32 balls on the ground.
A USA Lacrosse magazine second-team All-American, Rogers had a stellar second season at Castle Point. The Branchburg, N.J. native scored 87 goals and 12 assists for a team and career best 99 points. Rogers’ 87 goals set the program single-season record, and his 99 points were the fifth-highest total in program history. The top scoring midfielder has compiled 16 hat tricks, including three in the playoffs. Not only effective in the offensive third, Rogers also led the team with a career-high 104 draft checks, matching the program record. She also caused 21 turnovers and picked up 28 ground balls. Of his 87 goals, four were game winners and 22 were shots from free position (on 34 attempts). Rogers also added five power-play goals and one when the Ducks were shorthanded.
Westerby, who earned his first career all-conference selection earlier this month, set career highs with 41 goals and 15 assists for a total of 56 points. The Marlton, New Jersey native recorded the 100th point of her career in the Ducks’ NCAA win over SUNY Canton. Westerby also knocked out at least one draw check in all 21 games this season, ranking second on the team with 100, and becoming only the third player in program history to correlate at least 100 draws. in a single season. Offensively, Westerby had six hat tricks, including two in the playoffs. She finished tied for the team lead with five game-winning goals, while also causing 11 turnovers and recovering 21 ground balls. The senior also scored on 14 of her 18 shots from the free position.
A total of 272 student-athletes have been honored by the IWLCA across its eight regional teams. Student-athletes are now eligible to be named to an IWLCA All-America National Team, which will be announced May 26. The Boardwalk area features 42 teams and all four Ducks selections were tied for second in the area.
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