YORK, Pa. – The Capital Athletic Conference announced its Women's Lacrosse All-Conference teams on Wednesday morning, and the Marymount (Va.) University women's lacrosse team was represented for the second-straight year by juniors Abby Wescott and Liah Agouras on Second Team.
Wescott currently sits in second in the country in assists with a career-high 58 so far this season, while coming in at second in the CAC in points with 87. This year has been a record-breaking year for the junior attacker, taking over even more program records including career points (219) and assists in a single game (11) which also holds up as the most in CAC history. On top of her 58 assists for the year, she has also found the back of the net 29 times to place her 14th in the league.
Agouras has had another intense year in the backfield for the Saints, leading the CAC in both ground balls and caused turnovers with 45 and 30, respectively. Her career-high 30 caused turnovers this season have moved her up into sole possession of fourth in program history in a single season, while moving into sixth in career caused turnovers with 60. On top of her defensive attributes, her speed has helped the Saints with quick clears throughout the year, while she has also transitioned into taking her own shot, registering three finishes in her 16 games played in.
The Saints have posted a 10-6 record in 2017 so far, the third time in program history they have registered a record above .500 and second in a row.