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Junior Courtney Murphy ended her third season with the Knights as a national leader in multiple categories.
 
Five Knights Named to Women's Lacrosse All-PAC Team

May 14, 2007

Aston, Pa. -The Pennsylvania Athletic Conference named Neumann's

Gabby D'Ambrosio (Mount Laurel, NJ), Kerri Sinclair (Chadds Ford, Pa.), Rachael DiCicco (South Dennis, NJ), Courtney Murphy (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Caitlin O'Shea (Springfield, Pa.) to its all-conference teams. D'Ambrosio and Sinclair were each picked as Second Team All-PAC selections while Diciccio, Murphy and O'Shea were All-PAC Honorable Mention Team picks.

 

D'Ambrosio ranked 4th in goals per game, 6th in points per game and was tied for third in the conference in game winning goals.  She led the 2007 Knights in all three categories as well. Her 54 goals this season also ranked among the top 25 nationally in Division III.

 

Sinclair ranked 5th in the conference in ground balls and was one of the Knights' top team leaders in ground balls, shots and caused turnovers. Her season high 57 ground balls ranked her in 33rd in the NCAA Division III.

 

DiCicco ended the 2007 season 3rd on the team in points and 4th in goals. She is tied for third in the conference in game winning goals and was a strong presence on the field for the Knights this season.  

 

Junior Courtney Murphy ended her third season with the Knights as a national leader in multiple categories. Murphy ended the season ranked 9th in ground balls, 14th in caused turnovers and also received credit for her skills off the draw by the NCAA Division III Statistical Committee. She is first all-time in Knights' history in caused turnovers (104) and second in ground balls (178).

 

Two-year starting goaltender Caitlin O'Shea rounded out the Knights' selection to the 2007 All-PAC Team. She ranked in the top 50 nationally for save percentage (.515) and finished 1st in the PAC with 175 saves. Caitlin O'Shea was also the Knights' choice for the PAC Sportsmanship Team.

 

Neumann ended their season at the 2007 PAC semifinals with a 9-6 overall record. The Knights finished 5-4 in conference play and earned their fifth straight trip to the PAC Championship Tournament as the 4th-seed.

 

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