Date Posted:06/01/2004, 12:30PM
BRUNSWICK, Maine - Five Bowdoin College women's lacrosse players were honored as IWLCA (Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association) Regional All-Americans last Friday. Goalkeeper Kendall Cox was named as a First-Team All-New England choice, while Hilary Abrams, Angela King, Colleen McDonald and Betsy Rose were Second-Team selections. Cox earns first-team honors after posting 160 saves and a 7.61 goals-against-average this year. Cox anchored the NESCAC's second-best scoring defense as Bowdoin trailed only Middlebury in goals allowed this season. Cox was second in the league in goals-against-average and played more minutes than any other netminder in the conference and the most ever by a Polar Bear goalie in a single season (1,041).
Abrams led Bowdoin in scoring with 43 goals this season, while King had 25 goals and 40 groundballs. McDonald scored 35 goals, 11 assists and grabbed a team-high groundballs, tying Rose with 46. Rose also had a team-high 34 caused turnovers.
Abrams and King were also selected to play in the North-South Senior All-Star game on June 5 at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.