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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

DeGarmo and Hompe Named All-America

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/18/2016
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PRINCETON, N.J. (5/18/16) - Juniors Ellie DeGarmo Olivia Hompe captured All-America honors by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA), it was announced by the organization on Wednesyday, May 18.

DeGarmo was named to the first team, while Hompe was named to the third team. DeGarmo is Princeton's first first-team All-America since 2009 when Holly McGarvie '09 last earned the honor. It is the first time either player has been named an All-America.

DeGarmo led the nation in save percentage nearly all of the 2016 season. The 2016 Ivy League Defender of the Year, was a first-team All-Ivy League and first-team all-region selection. A Tewaaraton Top-25 Nominee, DeGarmo finished her season with a 53.6 save percentage, averaging 10 saves per game. She made double-digit saves in eight of 17 games this season including a career-high 16 against Cornell on April 16. DeGarmo was named the Epoch/Lacrosse Magazine National Player of the Week after that 16-save game, which came three days after a 13-saver performance against No. 1 Maryland. DeGarmo was also a three-time Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week this season. She finished her season with 171 saves, 32 ground balls, five caused turnovers and an 11-6 record.

Hompe led the Tigers offensively with 59 points on 47 goals and 12 assists. A two-time unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection and two-time first-team all-region honoree, Hompe was also a Tewaaraton Trophy Top-25 Nominee. She tallied her 100th career goal at Harvard this season and is in the middle of a 36-game goal scoring streak that dates back to the second game of the 2015 season. Remarkably she has only been held without a point just once in 56 career games, and that was in her first career game in 2014. This year alone she scored at least a hat trick in eight games and had three six-point games. Hompe closed out the season with 17 ground balls, 13 caused turnovers and 12 draw controls. An Academic All-Ivy selection, Hompe currently has 123 goals and 52 assists to sit 11th on the all-time scoring list at Princeton with 175 points, averaging 3.13 points per game.

Princeton won its 12th Ivy League title, and third straight in 2016. With an 11-6 record the Tigers earned an at-large bid the NCAA Tournament to make its 24th appearance in program history.

First Team
Sammi Burgess, University of Florida, Junior, Attack
Taylor Cummings, University of Maryland, Senior, Midfield
Ellie DeGarmo, Princeton University, Junior, Goalkeeper
Kelsey Duryea, Duke University, Senior, Goalkeeper
Cortney Fortunato, University of Notre Dame, Junior, Attack
Nicole Graziano, University of Florida, Senior, Midfield
Molly Hendrick, University of North Carolina, Junior, Attack
Marie McCool, University of North Carolina, Sophomore, Midfield
Alice Mercer, University of Maryland, Senior, Defense
Michaela Michael, University of Southern California, Junior, Attack
Kaylin Morissette, University of Louisville, Senior, Midfield
Courtney Murphy, Stony Brook University, Junior, Attack
Barbara Sullivan, University of Notre Dame, Graduate, Defense
Courtney Tarleton, University of Southern California, Senior, Defense
Kayla Treanor, Syracuse University, Senior, Attack
Megan Whittle, University of Maryland, Sophomore, Attack

Second Team
Nina Corcoran, University of Pennsylvania, Senior, Attack
Maddie Crutchfield, Duke University, Sophomore, Midfield
Madison Cyr, Pennsylvania State University, Senior, Midfield
Dene' DiMartino, Johns Hopkins University, Senior, Midfield
Erika Eipp, University of Massachusetts, Senior, Attack
Caroline Fitzgerald, University of Florida, Junior, Defense
Mallory Frysinger, University of North Carolina, Senior, Defense
Maddy Lesher, Loyola University, Senior, Defense
Halle Majorana, Syracuse University, Senior, Attack
Sarah Mannelly, Boston College, Senior, Midfield
Aly Messinger, University of North Carolina, Senior, Attack
Kelsey Murray, Stanford University, Sophomore, Attack
Shannon Nee, University of Connecticut, Senior, Goalkeeper
Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook University, Sophomore, Attack
Zoe Stukenberg, University of Maryland, Junior, Midfield
Sammy Jo Tracy, University of North Carolina, Senior, Attack

Third Team
Taylor Bresnahan, University of Florida, Junior, Defense
Alex Condon, University of Pennsylvania, Sophomore, Midfield
Kaleigh Craig, Northwestern University, Senior, Attack
Erica Evans, Canisius College, Sophomore, Midfield
Alyssa Fleming, Stony Brook University, Senior, Defense
Nadine Hadnagy, University of Maryland, Junior, Defense
Kyra Harney, Duke University, Sophomore, Attack
Olivia Hompe, Princeton University, Junior, Attack
Amanda Johansen, University of Southern California, Senior, Midfield
Stephanie Lazo, Pennsylvania State University, Junior, Attack
Meg Lentz, Stanford University, Senior, Defense
Jaclyn Leto, Dartmouth College, Senior, Midfield
Hannah Murphy, University of Massachusetts, Junior, Midfield
Casey Pearsall, University of Notre Dame, Junior, Midfield
Catie Smith, Cornell University, Junior, Defense
Molly Wolf, Loyola University, Senior, Goalkeeper







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