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Caitlin O'Shea was honored for the third consecutive year.
Four Women's Lacrosse Players Named to the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference All-Conference Team

May 15, 2008

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Aston, Pa. -- Junior Gabby D'Ambrosio earned a spot on the PAC All-Conference for the second straight year; she garnered second team honors in 2007. In her third season with the Neumann Knights D'Ambrosio led the team in points and goals. She ranks seventh in the nation goals per game and is one of the conference's top athletes, ranking second in goals per game and third in points.

Co-Captains Kerri Sinclair and Caitlin O'Shea were also named back to back All-PAC selections. Sinclair enjoyed her second straight selection season after finishing a year that put her among the best defenders in the Conference. Not only did Sinclair lead the Knights defensive effort this season but her 51 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers ranks her in the top 100 out of 500 on the national level.

Senior goaltender Caitlin O'Shea earned All-Conference honors for the third consecutive season after finishing among the top ten in the nation in saves and saves per game. She led the conference in both categories and ranks fourth in save percentage.

Junior Danielle Schnapf rounded out the Knights' honors after she was selected as the Knights' 2008 PAC Sportsmanship honoree.

The Knights ended their season 6-10 overall and 5-5 in the PAC conference.


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