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IWLCA Celebrates 2023 Division II All-American Teams

48 STUDENT-ATHLETES HONORED



The IWLCA has named the 48 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2023 Division II All-American teams – honorees are divided into first, second, and third teams. The IWLCA All-Americans represent 22 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.

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Alexandra Beebe Adelphi University Graduate Defense
Molly Bursinger Grand Valley State University Senior Midfield
Kayla Conway Pace University Graduate Midfield
Aleya Corretjer Pace University Graduate Attack
Jessica Gorr West Chester University Senior Goalkeeper
Lizzy Lynch Florida Southern College Graduate Attack
Emily Mitarotonda East Stroudsburg University Junior Midfield
Lindsay Monigle West Chester University Graduate Attack
Angelina Porcello Pace University Junior Midfield
Maggie Sell East Stroudsburg University Senior Defense
Hannah Stanislawczyk West Chester University Junior Midfield
Jackie Stoller Florida Southern College Graduate Midfield
Sydney Tiemann Maryville University Senior Attack
Gina Verrone Florida Southern College Graduate Defense
Kelsey Viger Colorado Mesa University Junior Defense
Dani Waters University of Tampa Graduate Defense


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Keri Barnett West Chester University Sophomore Midfield
Maddy Champagne Grand Valley State University Junior Attack
Riley DiFiore East Stroudsburg University Graduate Goalkeeper
Grace Frasso West Chester University Junior Defense
Caroline Gastonguay Rollins College Graduate Attack
Sara Goodwin Le Moyne College Graduate Attack
Sarah Hinkle University of Tampa Junior Attack
Lucy Johnson Regis University Graduate Attack
Leah Knowles Wingate University Senior Midfield
Alexandra Quinn Pace University Junior Defense
Emma Rafferty Pace University Graduate Attack
Lindsey Shimborske Mercy College Sophomore Defense
Sallie Squire Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Sophomore Midfield
Bailey Stumpf Limestone University Junior Defense
Bailey Truex Regis University Senior Midfield
Amy Vegh University of Indianapolis Senior Defense


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Megan Biase Wingate University Senior Goalkeeper
Caitlin Costello Dominican University New York Sophomore Attack
Sarah Dudick Limestone University Senior Midfield
Joey Fowler University of Indianapolis Junior Attack
Sam Graf Kutztown University Sophomore Midfield
Kerrin Heuser Adelphi University Senior Midfield
Jenna Joseph Assumption University Senior Attack
Makayla Kintner Seton Hill University Senior Defense
Emma Meakim Kutztown University Junior Attack
Jessica Meneilly Le Moyne College Graduate Attack
Lexie Morton Flagler College Senior Attack
Taylor Reich Le Moyne College Graduate Defense
Erin Sistek University of Tampa Graduate Defense
Ronnie Skorcz Maryville University Junior Defense
Madison Tare Florida Southern College Senior Attack
Anna Ziemba University of Indianapolis Senior Attack

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IWLCA Names 2023 Division III All-American Teams

57 STUDENT-ATHLETES HONORED



The IWLCA has named the 57 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2023 Division III All-American teams – honorees are divided into first, second, and third teams. This group of IWLCA All-Americans represent 29 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.


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Erica Barr Middlebury College Senior Defense
Jordan Basso Gettysburg College Junior Attack
Margie Carden Tufts University Sophomore Attack
Sydney Carpenter St. John Fisher College Sophomore Midfield
Jane Earley Middlebury College Senior Attack
Isabella Garabo York College Senior Goalkeeper
Grace Gormley Messiah University Senior Defense
Natalie Held Salisbury University Sophomore Defense
Emma Joyce Tufts University Junior Midfield
Lily Macatee Gettysburg College Sophomore Defense
Allie McGinty William Smith College Junior Attack
Maddie Montgomery William Smith College Senior Midfield
Kate Risley William Smith College Junior Defense
Eugenie Rovegno Washington and Lee University Junior Defense
Susan Rowley Middlebury College Junior Midfield
Allie Schwab Washington and Lee University Senior Attack
Hope Shue Middlebury College Sophomore Attack
Ally Tobler The College of New Jersey Junior Attack
Kelsey Winters Christopher Newport University Senior Attack


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Wayden Ay The College of New Jersey Senior Defense
Hanna Bishop Washington and Lee University Junior Attack
Kiersten Blanchard York College Senior Attack
Gianna Bruno Colby College Senior Attack
Lydia Cassilly Franklin & Marshall College Sophomore Attack
Julia Charest The College of New Jersey Junior Goalkeeper
Rachel Delate Messiah University Senior Attack
Shannon Foster St. John Fisher College Junior Defense
Elizabeth Hennessey Colby College Senior Midfield
Julia Iapicca Christopher Newport University Senior Midfield
Olivia Lai Wesleyan University Senior Attack
Meghan Lane Hamilton College Junior Defense
Molly McGuckin Trinity College First-Year Attack
Tiffany Mikulis Haverford College Sophomore Midfield
Grace Osborn Capital University Sophomore Midfield
Ellie Rabenold Massachusetts Institute of Technology Senior Attack
Emma Skoglund Salisbury University Graduate Attack
Maggie Sweeney Pomona-Pitzer Colleges Senior Midfield
Erin Trotta Wesleyan University Senior Defense


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Maddy Birch Franklin & Marshall College Senior Attack
Emmy Bryden York College Senior Defense
Ryleigh Cavanaugh Roger Williams University Senior Draw Specialist
Emily Curtis Babson College Graduate Attack
Madeline Delaney Tufts University Junior Midfield
Anna Devlin The College of New Jersey Senior Attack
Belle Dintino Franklin & Marshall College First-Year Defense
Kendall Havill Colorado College Junior Attack
Kaitlyn Hunsinger Salisbury University Senior Goalkeeper
Rachel Keefe University of Chicago Sophomore Goalkeeper
Jillian Mazzocca Colby College Senior Defense
Colleen Mooney Amherst College Senior Defense
Ellie Morrall Washington College Senior Midfield
Caroline O'Neil Kenyon College Senior Attack
Camryn Rogers Stevens Institute of Technology Graduate Attack
Claudia Russell Williams College Sophomore Midfield
Caroline Sullivan Gettysburg College Junior Midfield
Shannon Timoney Washington and Lee University Junior Midfield
Kylie Wilson Middlebury College Sophomore Defense

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IWLCA Recognizes 2023 Division I All-American Teams

48 student-athletes honored



The IWLCA has named the 48 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2023 Division I All-American teams – honorees are divided into first, second, and third teams. This group of IWLCA All-Americans represent 18 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.


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Kasey Choma University of Notre Dame Senior Midfield
Erin Coykendall Northwestern University Senior Attack
Mairead Durkin James Madison University Senior Defense
Maddie Jenner Duke University Graduate Draw Specialist
Jenn Medjid Boston College Graduate Attack
Emily Nalls University of North Carolina Senior Defense
Isabella Peterson James Madison University Junior Attack
Sydney Scales Boston College Junior Defense
Izzy Scane Northwestern University Graduate Attack
Belle Smith Boston College Junior Midfield
Delaney Sweitzer Syracuse University Senior Goalkeeper
Sam Thacker University of Denver Senior Defense
Meaghan Tyrrell Syracuse University Graduate Attack
Emma Ward Syracuse University Junior Attack
Jillian Wilson Loyola University Maryland Graduate Midfield
Jackie Wolak University of Notre Dame Senior Attack


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Meghan Ball Rutgers University Senior Defense
Abby Bosco University of Maryland, College Park Graduate Defense
Rachel Clark University of Virginia Sophomore Attack
Mckenna Davis Boston College Sophomore Attack
Katie Detwiler Loyola University Maryland Graduate Defense
Emily Heller University of Florida Senior Midfield
Emma LoPinto University of Florida Sophomore Attack
Ellie Masera Stony Brook University Junior Midfield
Ashlyn McGovern University of Virginia Graduate Attack
Trinity McPherson University of Denver Graduate Defense
Sarah Reznick University of Florida Junior Goalkeeper
Hailey Rhatigan Northwestern University Graduate Attack
Jill Smith University of Michigan Sophomore Attack
Arden Tierney University of Richmond Senior Draw Specialist
Cassidy Weeks Boston College Graduate Midfield
Samantha White Northwestern University Sophomore Defense


Third Team

Shaylan Ahearn University of Maryland, College Park Senior Midfield
Madison Ahern University of Notre Dame Senior Attack
Megan Carney Syracuse University Graduate Attack
Eloise Clevenger University of Maryland, College Park Junior Attack
Sierra Cockerille Syracuse University Graduate Midfield
Lindsey Frank University of Richmond Senior Attack
Mackenzie Hoeg University of Virginia Junior Midfield
Ellie Hollin Pennsylvania State University Sophomore Defense
Tai Jankowski James Madison University Senior Attack
Abby Jenkins University of Denver Junior Draw Specialist
Georgia Latch Loyola University Maryland Sophomore Attack
Alyssa Long University of North Carolina Junior Midfield
Rachel Matey
James Madison University Senior Defense
Lauren Spence Loyola University Maryland Sophomore Goalkeeper
Brooklyn Walker-Welch University of North Carolina Sophomore Defense
Emma Wightman University of Southern California Graduate Defense

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Middlebury with the 22-13 win over Franklin & Marshall. Can William Smith beat Gettysburg for a battle of the undefeated in the final?

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A freshman from Clemson already in the portal & she had a good season

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Northwestern too much for Denver.

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Gettysburg over William Smith. No undefeated D3 final.

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A freshman from Clemson already in the portal & she had a good season
Saw that as well. Surprised. Top 3 scorer as a freshman. Makes you wonder...

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BC and Syracuse didn’t disappoint.

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

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How can you see who enters the portal?

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

Potentially game saving defensive play. BC “D” showed up today. Will need better ”O” in the final.

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How can you see who enters the portal?
You can’t, ILWomen did an article of some players currently in portal & will update occasionally.
Belle Smith had the winning defensive play to win the game! Congrats!

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I’ve always loved grass fields. The rain is creating a tough playing surface which is causing all the turnovers. Sloppy game.

First six goals all LI.

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Wow! What a beatdown. BC forgot to show up. Burned in every aspect. Love to see it. Look on AW face priceless. Can’t stand her

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Congratulations to Middlebury. D3 champs and undefeated. Clearly the class of D3.

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Congratulations to Northwestern. Boston College played as miserable a game as could be played. Northwestern dominated in every positive statistic. Total domination.

Both finals today were blow outs.

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Wow! What a beatdown. BC forgot to show up. Burned in every aspect. Love to see it. Look on AW face priceless. Can’t stand her

Not really her fault today. BC forgot how to play the game. It has to be the worst loss of the six. Her facial expression did reflect that.

On the other hand Amonte Hiller gets her first shot clock championship, something she was instrumental in creating because of her mastery of holding the ball for her other championships.

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The visceral detest for BC players/coaching staff on this site is stunning. Sorry you “can’t stand AWW”, although can’t fathom why (unless your kid wasn’t good enough to play at BC); now that your nemesis has lost, you can finally sleep easy tonight! SMH

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I’ve always loved grass fields. The rain is creating a tough playing surface which is causing all the turnovers. Sloppy game.

First six goals all LI.
Why does that matter? Just curious?

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I’ve always loved grass fields. The rain is creating a tough playing surface which is causing all the turnovers. Sloppy game.

First six goals all LI.
Why does that matter? Just curious?

Most games are played on turf. The Final Four played on grass (on a soccer field actually) and with today’s weather it created a surface most players don’t experience much. It was equal for both sides but a lot of players slipping a falling, especially in the first half.

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I’ve always loved grass fields. The rain is creating a tough playing surface which is causing all the turnovers. Sloppy game.

First six goals all LI.
Why does that matter? Just curious?

Most games are played on turf. The Final Four played on grass (on a soccer field actually) and with today’s weather it created a surface most players don’t experience much. It was equal for both sides but a lot of players slipping a falling, especially in the first half.

Yellow Jackets players soft. TG player schooled them

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Wow! What a beatdown. BC forgot to show up. Burned in every aspect. Love to see it. Look on AW face priceless. Can’t stand her

Not really her fault today. BC forgot how to play the game. It has to be the worst loss of the six. Her facial expression did reflect that.

On the other hand Amonte Hiller gets her first shot clock championship, something she was instrumental in creating because of her mastery of holding the ball for her other championships.

Great call out on the rule change, what a great move by the sport. With BC making 6 straight finals going 1-5, I looked back for similar teams that have had that type of run. Maryland made 8 in a row from 1994-2001 winning 7 straight and going 7-1. Northwestern also made 8 in a row from 2005-2012. They went 7-1 as well. To your earlier point, both before the shot clock era but still incredibly impressive.

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

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The visceral detest for BC players/coaching staff on this site is stunning. Sorry you “can’t stand AWW”, although can’t fathom why (unless your kid wasn’t good enough to play at BC); now that your nemesis has lost, you can finally sleep easy tonight! SMH


Looks like it was yours that wasn’t good enough to play there, lol. Not my nemesis, just detest the entitled attitude of the players, coaches, and parents. Would never route for them!

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Wow! What a beatdown. BC forgot to show up. Burned in every aspect. Love to see it. Look on AW face priceless. Can’t stand her

I’m sure , All AW could think about was missing Charlotte! Without out her , she wasn’t beating NW! Izzy is there Charlotte this year. BC has to find a new Charlotte!

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The visceral detest for BC players/coaching staff on this site is stunning. Sorry you “can’t stand AWW”, although can’t fathom why (unless your kid wasn’t good enough to play at BC); now that your nemesis has lost, you can finally sleep easy tonight! SMH


Looks like it was yours that wasn’t good enough to play there, lol. Not my nemesis, just detest the entitled attitude of the players, coaches, and parents. Would never route for them!
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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

Hmm. Nah. I’m gonna say it’s not his/ her hype of everything makes people post the opposite. It’s the animonsity from a girl who played on the island and was committed at 8th grade. For some reason, whether the post about boyfriends was accurate or maybe you guys lost in High School against her, you guys can’t let it go.

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

Hmm. Nah. I’m gonna say it’s not his/ her hype of everything makes people post the opposite. It’s the animonsity from a girl who played on the island and was committed at 8th grade. For some reason, whether the post about boyfriends was accurate or maybe you guys lost in High School against her, you guys can’t let it go.


Correct. The BS detest was long before I made this account and started sticking up for her. Whether that poster is new, IDK but they were “detesting” on Belle long before myself and one or two other posters started posting positive things about her.

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

Hmm. Nah. I’m gonna say it’s not his/ her hype of everything makes people post the opposite. It’s the animonsity from a girl who played on the island and was committed at 8th grade. For some reason, whether the post about boyfriends was accurate or maybe you guys lost in High School against her, you guys can’t let it go.

Why is it you cannot debate lacrosse accolades on a lacrosse forum without some know nothing about lacrosse like you trying to make it personal. Was not a very good offensive year for her considering I am sure they were hoping she would pick up more of the lost offense when CN left . She is not a great defender and rarely used on the circle. Again there are several better middies out there and the SBU kid is one of them . It’s also ridiculous that the Wilson kid is not a tewaaraton finalist .

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So, let me get this straight…because BC lost, it’s on BS? Not understanding the logic? Not understanding the distaste for her either? She won the game for them against CUSE, that check kept OA from scoring & tieing the game.

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

Hmm. Nah. I’m gonna say it’s not his/ her hype of everything makes people post the opposite. It’s the animonsity from a girl who played on the island and was committed at 8th grade. For some reason, whether the post about boyfriends was accurate or maybe you guys lost in High School against her, you guys can’t let it go.

Why is it you cannot debate lacrosse accolades on a lacrosse forum without some know nothing about lacrosse like you trying to make it personal. Was not a very good offensive year for her considering I am sure they were hoping she would pick up more of the lost offense when CN left . She is not a great defender and rarely used on the circle. Again there are several better middies out there and the SBU kid is one of them . It’s also ridiculous that the Wilson kid is not a tewaaraton finalist .

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BElle Smith with the defensive save. Bad break for Cuse. They say she’s not a good defensive middie here on BOTC.

You obviously don’t watch the games , her coaches sub her out quite a bit on the defensive side for a reason . Yes her best defense is the “ make up “ check because she gets beat a lot . She is not terrible defensively but not one of the better defensive middies and it showed in the finals . Your hype of every thing she does is what makes people post the opposite . Her last two games of the season were really an example of what her whole season was . Congrats to her on the IWLCA first team AA but she did not deserve it this year . The kid from SBU outplayed her all year and is just 1 example of players who deserved it more .

Hmm. Nah. I’m gonna say it’s not his/ her hype of everything makes people post the opposite. It’s the animonsity from a girl who played on the island and was committed at 8th grade. For some reason, whether the post about boyfriends was accurate or maybe you guys lost in High School against her, you guys can’t let it go.

Why is it you cannot debate lacrosse accolades on a lacrosse forum without some know nothing about lacrosse like you trying to make it personal. Was not a very good offensive year for her considering I am sure they were hoping she would pick up more of the lost offense when CN left . She is not a great defender and rarely used on the circle. Again there are several better middies out there and the SBU kid is one of them . It’s also ridiculous that the Wilson kid is not a tewaaraton finalist .

This one’s priceless. She’s a friggin midfielder. Not an attacker. There’s probably 652 midfielders in the NCAA D1 that wish they could get half of the 52 goals that she got. Or the 31 assists she got. No she’s not a fantastic defender. But lost offensive midfielders aren’t. Take the hateraid somewhere else. She puts up those stats playing against the top teams in the country. Ridiculous you guys continue to cast dispersions on this girl for personal reasons.

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So, let me get this straight…because BC lost, it’s on BS? Not understanding the logic? Not understanding the distaste for her either? She won the game for them against CUSE, that check kept OA from scoring & tieing the game.

No. The excuse on that one is she got beat and was able to do a trail check. BS gets more points in o e season than his daughter got in a career on varsity. I’m also gonna say his daughter hasn’t stepped foot on a college field also with the amount of detest from him.

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So it’s no longer that she’s a bad defender. And it’s no longer “she’s not even captain.” Now the new nonsense is she was expected to pick up for CN. That was Jen Medjid. My not daughter is a midfielder. Think she did pretty good offensively with basically the same amount of points. What’s next? Only ten teammates showed up to her beach house. She plays on BC. Tons of good players. If she was on JMU everybody would love Belle. We’ll except the mom from… you know.

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Full disclosure, Idislike BC. They are much more tolerable without CN. Not a fan of the coach. Seems like she’s always muggin for the cameras. That being said I have to agree. The detest on this site for BS is ridiculous. She is certainly a top 10 midfielder is she the best no but she is one of the best.

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So, let me get this straight…because BC lost, it’s on BS? Not understanding the logic? Not understanding the distaste for her either? She won the game for them against CUSE, that check kept OA from scoring & tieing the game.

There is not one person who has blamed her for the loss, and if they did it would be just as I’ll informed for crediting her with the Cuse win .

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Full disclosure, Idislike BC. They are much more tolerable without CN. Not a fan of the coach. Seems like she’s always muggin for the cameras. That being said I have to agree. The detest on this site for BS is ridiculous. She is certainly a top 10 midfielder is she the best no but she is one of the best.
Wow another poster with reading comprehension issues . I more or less agree with you but my point was simple , based on her play this season she was not a team 1 ( top 3 ) AA midfielder in the country . There were others who were more deserving based on their play this season .

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Full disclosure, Idislike BC. They are much more tolerable without CN. Not a fan of the coach. Seems like she’s always muggin for the cameras. That being said I have to agree. The detest on this site for BS is ridiculous. She is certainly a top 10 midfielder is she the best no but she is one of the best.
Wow another poster with reading comprehension issues . I more or less agree with you but my point was simple , based on her play this season she was not a team 1 ( top 3 ) AA midfielder in the country . There were others who were more deserving based on their play this season .

This guy is priceless. Where did I even mention anything you said anywhere in my post? . I didn’t even quote a post. I made a general statement because unless you just started reading BOTC today, you will see this pops up every few months for the last two years. Love a poster who calls out people’s reading comprehension skills and then makes a fool of himself. Thank you for tonight’s enjoyment. The world needs more clowns.

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