Three Lady Monachs Named To IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
June 17, 2003
NORFOLK, VA -- Three Lady Monarch women's lacrosse student-athletes, senior midfielders Danielle Hensil (Havertown, PA) and Marlaine Smith (Gaithersburg, MD) and junior defender Kelly Jefferys (Horseheads, NY), were named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches' Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Roll.
In order to be considered for the academic honor, student athletes must have attained a cumulative 3.5 grade point average or higher. Danielle Hensil, who participated in the annual North-South Senior All-Star game earlier this month, earned a 3.6 GPA in Health and Physical Education. A First Team All-CAA selection, she was the only Lady Monarch to score in all 16 games in 2003. She finished her career ranked fourth on ODU's all-time points, goals, and assists leaders list after registering 38 goals, 10 assists, and 48 points this season. During the 2003 campaign, she performed a hat-trick eight times and scored three-game winners (UMBC, George Mason, James Madison). Additionally, she was first on the team in groundballs with 44 and tied for second on the team with 15 caused turnovers.
Fellow senior midfielder Marlaine Smith earned a 3.54 in recreation and leisure studies. A Second Team All-CAA Selection, Smith ranked second in the country in draw controls averaging 4.67 per game. Smith was second on the squad in ground balls with 37 and was tied along with Hensil with a team second best 15 caused turnovers. Additionally, she scored 12 goals and assisted on seven others to record 19 points in 2003. During her four-year career, Smith registered 80 career points on 62 goals and 18 assists.
Kelly Jefferys, a member of the Lady Monarch defense majoring in nursing, earned a 3.54 grade point average in the classroom as well. Jefferys appeared in all 16 games in 2003, recording 16 groundballs, nine caused turnovers, and eight draw controls. Her defensive efforts helped the Lady Monarchs keep four opponents to single digits scoring, including an opponent low of five goals at Temple in late March.
The Lady Monarch women's lacrosse squad finished the season 12-4 overall and reached the finals of the CAA Tournament for the second consecutive season. Old Dominion concluded the year 19th in the final IWLCA Poll.
2003 IWLCA Division I Academic Honor Roll
School Athlete Major Boston University Kylie Wagenet Political Science Brown Deborah Mendel Developmental Studies Brown Rebekah Rottenberg Environmental Studies Brown Katie Russell Pre-Medical Bucknell Laura Serboth Biology Bucknell Amy Hafets Education Bucknell Amy Hasler Chemistry California, Univ. of Colleen O'Mara Political Science California, Univ. of Julianne Wu Psychology Connecticut, Univ. of Susan Payne English Connecticut, Univ. of Anna Kenyukhev Finance Connecticut, Univ. of Melissa MacDougall Biology Cornell Erica Holveck Psychology Cornell Ashley Charon American Studies Dartmouth Lana Smith Government Davidson Allison Matlack History Davidson Lauren Williams Psychology Delaware, Univ. of Nikki Kurcharski Marketing and Mathematics and International Business Delaware, Univ. of Kateri Linville Exercise and Sport Science and Psychology and Coaching Science Duke Kate Kaiser Economics and History, Markets and Management Duke Lauren Gallagher Mechanical Engineering Duquesne Kristina Rohall Journalism Duquesne Carrie Watkins Occupational Therapy Duquesne Becca West Health Management Systems Fairfield Meghan Main Communications and Politics George Mason Lisa Hagan Biology George Mason Jill Toomey Communications/Public Relations Georgetown Melissa Biles Government Georgetown Hilary Polk-Williams Finance and Marketing Harvard Vanessa Lavely Social Studies Harvard Laura Mancini Government James Madison Beth Davis Health Science and Business James Madison Gail Decker Communication Studies and Human Resource Development James Madison Jesse Collins Media Arts and Design and Studio Art James Madison Lisa Sager Health Science and Business La Salle Tracy Guenther Secondary Education La Salle Laura Whitman Psychology Long Island Angelika Stec Health Sciences Long Island LaToya Thompson Management Loyola Jen Schuerholz Communications Loyola Caroline Cooper Economics Loyola Susan Tyrrell Business Administration Mount St. Mary's Naomi Campano Political Science and History, Philosophy and Legal Studies Mount St. Mary's Kim Keene Secondary Education and English New Hampshire, Univ. of Danielle Martin Biology, Pre-Medical Northwestern Courtney Koester Computer Engineering Northwestern Donna McCann Psychology Notre Dame, Univ. of Angela Dixon Business and Pre-professional Notre Dame, Univ. of Lauren Fischer Art History Ohio State Alexia Vogler Accounting Ohio University Lindsey Hart Biology, Pre-Medical Old Dominion Danielle Hensil Health an Physical Education Old Dominion Kelly Jefferys Nursing Old Dominion Marlaine Smith Recreation and Leisure Studies Penn State Stephanie Curnoles Elementary/Kindergarten Education Penn State Katharine Pace Elementary/Kindergarten Education Pennsylvania, Univ. of Whitney Horton International Relations Pennsylvania, Univ. of Alison Polk-Williams Health and Societies Princeton Hannah Foster History Rutgers Jessica Apel Biological Sciences Saint Francis Lucille Wess History and Secondary Education Saint Joseph's Lauren Foley Information Systems Saint Joseph's Megan Gresh Biology St. Bonaventure Lauren Spaulding Business St. Bonaventure Emily Lilyea Accounting Stanford Christina Saikus Chemical Engineering Stanford Virginia Solomon Art and Feminist Studies Stony Brook Michelle Angeline Art History Stony Brook Jessica Tylee Sociology Stony Brook Kerri McCabe Liberal Studies Stony Brook Judith Pane Mathematics Syracuse Jessica Trombley Inclusive Education and Special Education Syracuse Jacquelyn Walker Bioengineering Syracuse Erin MacDonald Communication Sciences and Disorders Temple Marie Des Marais Art Graphics Temple Sheena Oommen Education Vanderbilt Tara Schmucker Economics Vanderbilt Mary McCeney Communication Studies Virginia, Univ. of Lauren Aumiller Economics Virginia, Univ. of Lindsey Buchanan Economics Virginia, Univ. of Lauri Kenis Education Virginia, Univ. of Tiffany Schummer Education William and Mary Laurice Rutledge Public Policy William and Mary Jen Cully Biology Yale Jennifer Vorhees Pre-Medical Yale Ashley Cobbett Economics Yale Elizabeth Whitman History of Science and Medicine, Pre-Medical Yale Clarissa Clarke Psychology