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Jacobs, Noone Honored By The CAA

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: May 04, 2006
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May 4, 2006

HARRISONBURG, Va. - Old Dominion junior midfield Caroline Jacobs (Gaithersburg, Md.) was named First Team All-CAA, while freshman Jessica Noone (Manassas, Va.) received a nod to the All-CAA Rookie Team it was announced by the conference office on Thursday evening.

For the second straight season Jacobs led the Lady Monarchs in scoring. In 2006, she accumulated 51 points stemming from 33 goals and 18 assists, while posting seven hat tricks. Jacobs captured a season-high four goals in contests against nationally ranked North Carolina and William & Mary and captured a season-high six points in games against American (2G, 4A) and CAA rival George Mason (3G, 3A). Among her league rivals, Jacobs ranked sixth in the conference in assists (1.20), 10th in points per game (3.40), tops the conference list in groundballs per game (4.27) and caused turnovers per game (2.27). Nationally, she ranks 48th in assists, third in groundballs, and sixth in caused turnovers.

Noone was ODU's fifth leading scorer in her first season with the team, netting 16 goals to go along with three assists for a total of 19 points.

She captured her first career goal against UMBC and recorded a season-high four points against nationally ranked Virginia, as well as CAA rivals William & Mary and Hofstra. Additionally Noone scooped up a season-high three groundballs at William & Mary and won two draws against the Cavaliers.

James Madison junior Kelly Berger was named the 2006 Colonial Athletic Association Women's Lacrosse Player of the Year while fellow James Madison junior Kylee Dardine as the Defensive Player of the Year, Towson freshman Hillary Fratzke as Rookie of the Year, and James Madison head coach Kellie Young as Coach of the Year.

The Old Dominion women's lacrosse team finished the 2006 campaign with a 5-10 overall record and 2-5 mark in the Colonial Athletic Association. The Lady Monarchs took on six nationally ranked opponents during the season.

2006 ALL-CAA WOMEN'S LACROSSE TEAM
(selected by CAA lacrosse coaches)

FIRST TEAM
Player, SchoolPos.Cl. Hometown/High School
Kimberly Hillier, Hofstra*AJr. Farmingdale, N.Y./Farmingdale
Colleen Dalon, William & Mary*ASr. Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown
Emily Vitrano, William & MaryAJr. Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep
Kelly Berger, James Madison*MFJr. Columbia, Md./Hammond
Shannon Witzel, Towson#MFJr. Pottstown, Pa./Pottstown
Casey McGrath, Hofstra#MFJr. Kings Park, N.Y./Kings Park
Caroline Jacobs, Old Dominion*MFJr. Gaithersburg, Md./Gaithersburg
Emily Hoesch, Drexel *MFJr. Aston, Pa./Sun Valley
Kylee Dardine, James MadisonDJr. Broomall, Pa./Marple Newtown
Jaime Irving, HofstraDSr. Cortlandt Manor, N.Y./Walter Panas
Kristen Wong, William & MaryDJr. Richmond, Va./Trinity Episcopal
Livvy King, James MadisonGKSr. Cockeysville, Md./Dulaney
SECOND TEAM
Player, SchoolPos.Cl. Hometown/High School
Laura King, George MasonASo. Springfield, Pa./Springfield
Brooke McKenzie, James MadisonASr. Englewood, Colo./Cherry Creek
Becky Trumbo, Towson* ASr. Eldersburg, Md./Liberty
Morgan Lang, William & Mary#MFSr. Westfield, N.J./Westfield
Megan Hager, Delaware MFSr. Berwyn, Pa./Conestoga
Melissa Curry, George Mason MFJr. Edgewater, Md./South River
Hillary Fratzke, TowsonMFFr. Centerville, Md./Queen Anne's County
Colleen Rocks, Drexel MFSr. Turnersville, N.J./Washington Township
Michele Brady, George Mason*DSr. Oak Hill, Va./Paul VI
Betsey Priest, James MadisonDSr. Reisterstown, Md./Franklin
Stacey McPartland, Delaware DFr. North Massapequa, N.Y./Farmingdale
Lauren LaBella, DrexelGKFr. Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa

2006 CAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kelly Berger, James Madison
2006 CAA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kylee Dardine, James Madison
2006 CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Hillary Fratzke, Towson
2006 CAA COACH OF THE YEAR: Kellie Young, James Madison

* - 1st team All-CAA in 2005
# - 2nd team All-CAA in 2005

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