Le Moyne's Bryanna Fazio Tabbed Attacker of the Year, as NE10 Reveals Women's Lacrosse Awards

Le Moyne's Bryanna Fazio Tabbed Attacker of the Year, as NE10 Reveals Women's Lacrosse Awards


Undefeated Dolphins Take Three of Six Major Awards.

MANSFIELD, Mass. – Le Moyne’s Bryanna Fazio, who helped the Dolphins to an undefeated record during the regular season and the No. 1 ranking in the IWLCA Poll, has been named Northeast 10 Conference Women’s Lacrosse Attacker of the Year – as voted upon by the league’s head coaches.

For the complete list of honorees, please see below. Le Moyne, the regular-season champion and top seed in the NE10 Championship, led all programs with eight All-Conference selections – five of which were First Team members. Adelphi had six selections, second-most of all teams in the league.

The Dolphins will host the NE10 semifinals and championship game this weekend in Syracuse, N.Y., as the quarterfinals were played on Wednesday. The semifinals will be on Saturday and the championship on Sunday – with all games live on NE10 NOW.

Fazio led the Dolphins in scoring this season, tying for the fourth-most goals in the league with 60 and accumulating 85 total points – fifth-most in the NE10. She also won 135 draw controls and shot 63.2-percent from the field. Her 61 points in conference play is fifth-most among all players. Fazio also earned a spot on the All-Conference First Team, as Le Moyne prepares to host the NE10 Championship this weekend.

Fazio’s teammate, Olivia McEntee, has been named Defensive Player of the Year after helping the Dolphins become the second-best scoring defense in all of Division II – allowing only 5.24 goals per game. McEntee contributed with 35 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers, as Le Moyne allowed just one opponent all season to score double digits (Merrimack on Apr. 13).

Bentley’s Eliza Bresler was named NE10 Goalkeeper of the Year after a stellar season in net that saw her lead the conference in saves with 207 – which was fifth-most in the nation.  Her save percentage of 53.1 was second-best in the conference, as she helped the Falcons to the No. 4 seed in the NE10 Championship. Bresler was on the First Team as a goalie, sharing the spot with Le Moyne’s Hannah George.

New Haven’s Mackenzie Reh had a sensational season, leading her to becoming Midfielder of the Year. In the best lacrosse conference in all of Division II, Reh led in goals scored (85) and total points (106) to lead the Chargers to the NE10 Championship. She ranks in the top 10 in the country when it comes to goals, goals per game and total points.

Pace’s Kayla Conway enjoyed a highly-successful freshman campaign, leading her to becoming NE10 Rookie of the Year. She scored 29 goals – second-most on her team – while recording 31 total points and 57 draw controls overall. The Setters earned the No. 3 seed in the NE10 Championship behind Conway’s contributions.

Le Moyne’s Kathy Taylor was selected as NE10 Coach of the Year after leading the Dolphins to an undefeated regular season, the top seed in the NE10 Championship and the No. 1 ranking in the IWLCA Poll. The Dolphins will host the league championship this weekend, currently sitting with an overall mark of 18-0 (13-0 NE10).

NE10 Women's Lacrosse All-Conference Awards

Attacker of the Year

Bryanna Fazio, Le Moyne

Defensive Player of the Year

Olivia McEntee, Le Moyne

Midfielder of the Year

Mackenzie Reh, New Haven

Goalkeeper of the Year

Eliza Bresler, Bentley

Rookie of the Year

Kayla Conway, Pace

Coach of the Year

Kathy Taylor, Le Moyne

Honorary Member

Courtney Pabst, Pace


First Team

A – Alison Johnson, Adelphi &

A – Kole Pollock, Adelphi &

A – Sarah Reilly, Assumption %

A – Bryanna Fazio, Le Moyne &

M – Nicole Delany, Le Moyne &

M – Monica Sanna, Le Moyne %

M – Mackenzie Reh, New Haven &

D – Nicki Stanco, Adelphi

D – Jessica Dussing, Le Moyne

D – Olivia McEntee, Le Moyne &

D – Raven Linton, New Haven &

GK – Eliza Bresler, Bentley %/Hannah George, Le Moyne &

Second Team

A – Emily Spath, Assumption

A – Julia Glavin, Bentley ^

A – Erin McMullen, Le Moyne ^

A – Amber Feminella, Merrimack &

M – Chelsea Abreu, Adelphi

M – Mary Kate Lonegan, Pace

M – Molly Beck, Saint Anselm #

D – Alexandra Beebe, Adelphi

D – Meghan Cushing, Assumption

D – Madison Pritchard, Le Moyne

D – Alexandra Maitland-Ward, Pace

GK – Gianna Guerra, New Haven

Third Team

A – Sidney Hall, Le Moyne #

A – Haley Bartlett, Merrimack ^

A – Kendra Nolan, New Haven

A – Kristin Wilder, SNHU #

M – Cara McCarthy, Bentley

M – Bridget Schofield, Merrimack #

M – Kelsey Long, SNHU

M – Kaity Healey, Stonehill

D – Grace McDermott, Assumption ^

D – Kate Schmal, Bentley ^

D – Emma Coleman, Saint Michael’s ^

D – Emily Sharretts, Stonehill ^

All-Rookie Team

Alexandra Beebe, Adelphi

Gianna Bifulco, Adelphi

Madison Bis, AIC

Allie Collins, Assumption

Caroline Boudreau, Bentley

Savannah Ernst, Franklin Pierce

Olivia Valdes, Merrimack

Marina Skelly, New Haven

Kayla Conway, Pace

Jenna Balboni, Saint Anselm

Taylor Cobain, Saint Anselm

Karlie Rowe, SCSU

Kelsey Long, SNHU

Kendall Fressle, Stonehill

Emma Sullivan, Stonehill


& - First Team Selection in 2018

% - Second Team Selection in 2018

# - Third Team Selection in 2018

^ - All-Rookie Team Selection in 2018

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