Tutchton Named ASUN Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Four More Monarchs Earn ASUN Honors
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Five lacrosse Monarchs earned ASUN honors as announced by the organization Wednesday evening. Cydney Tutchton earned ASUN Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Kerri Caruso was named to the ASUN All-Academic Team and ASUN Second Team All-Conference, Glory Johnson earned ASUN First Team All-Conference, Claire Porter and Lindsay Baer were both named to the ASUN All-Freshmen Team.
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After posting a perfect 4.0 GPA in Biology, Tutchton was named the ASUN Scholar-Athlete of the Year. This year she has earned the ODU Outstanding Biology Student of the Year, ODU Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and ODU Alumni Association's Outstanding Student in Biology. The senior started in each contest for the Monarchs this season, scoring 24 goals and seven assists from the midfield. Tutchton tallied seven groundballs, 24 draw controls, and seven caused turnovers. This is Tutchton’s third time being named to the ASUN All-Academic Team. Freshmen are not eligible.
Caruso also named to the ASUN All-Academic Team as well as the ASUN Second Team All-Conference. Caruso, studying Mechanical Engineering finds herself on the academic squad for the second-straight year. Caruso has started in each contest for the Monarchs and has tallied 31 grounds balls and six draw controls. The junior co-captain also ranks 18th in the NCAA for caused turnovers (34).
Sophomore transfer Johnson was named to the 2018 ASUN First Team All-Conference. Johnson has tallied 33 goals and 16 assists this season for the Monarchs. She leads ODU in points (49). Johnson has started in each game this season and scored the game-winning goal in the Monarchs win over Mercer. She has notched 15 groundballs, 31 draw controls, and seven caused turnovers.
Named to the freshmen team, Porter played in 13 games making three starts this season. The freshman tallied five goals and eight assists on attack. She has notched five groundballs, one draw control, and three caused turnovers.
Baer joins Porter on the freshmen team. The Pennsylvania native has played in all 17 games this season. She has tallied eight goals and five assists for the Monarchs. Adding to her assists, Baer notched 11 groundballs, 12 draw controls, and four caused turnovers.
ASUN First Team All-Conference
*GK Harley Barrett Coastal Carolina Jr. Perkiomenville, Pa. Finance
*D Mackenzie Groark Jacksonville Sr. Delran, N.J. Business Analytics/Sport Business
D Megan Kilpatrick Coastal Carolina So. Pennsauken, N.J. Recreation & Sport Management
D Maura Palandro Kennesaw State So. York, Pa. Biology
*M Ashtyn Hiron Jacksonville Jr. Perth, Western Australia Communication
*M Siena Gore Kennesaw State Fr. Alpharetta, Ga. Industrial Engineering
M Haley Kyger Coastal Carolina Jr. Edgewood, Md. Management
M Lillie Miller Jacksonville Jr. Elkridge, Md. Business Administration
*A Haley Alexander Coastal Carolina Jr. Bel Air, Md. Biology
*A Sarah Elms Jacksonville Fr. Severna Park, Md. Undecided
A Hallie Merz Stetson Sr. Babylon, N.Y. Marketing
A Glory Johnson Old Dominion So. Baldwinsville, N.Y. Marketing
ASUN Second Team All-Conference
GK Liza Diamond Stetson So. Delray Beach, Fla. Biology
D Emily D’Orsaneo Coastal Carolina So. Centreville, Md. Biology
D Erica Beal Jacksonville Jr. Leesburg, Va. Sport Business
D Laura Jordan Kennesaw State Sr. Marietta, Ga. Sport Management
D Kerri Caruso Old Dominion Jr. Downington, Pa. Engineering
M Sophie Crowther Coastal Carolina Sr. Whiteford, Md. Marketing
M Natia Warren Howard Sr. Montclair, N.J. Marketing
M Maddie Holvey Stetson Sr. Akron, Ohio Sport Marketing
A Erin McGuire Jacksonville Jr. Westminster, Md. Psychology & Pre-Med
A Haley Swift Kennesaw State Jr. Acworth, Ga. Art
A Connor Zophy Kennesaw State Sr. Westminster, Md. Business
A Riley Reagan Stetson Fr. Windermere, Fla. Computer Science
ASUN All-Freshmen Team
*A Siena Gore Kennesaw State Alpharetta, Ga. Industrial Engineering
*M Megan Busch Coastal Carolina Annapolis, Md. Communications
*M Jordan Harrell Coastal Carolina Pasadena, Md. Biology
*A Julia Imbo Coastal Carolina Bayport-Blue Point, N.Y. Pre-Elementary Education
*M Jillian Jones Howard Fresno, Calif. Biology
*A Sarah Elms Jacksonville Severna Park, Md. Undecided
*M Jenny Kinsey Jacksonville Columbia, Md. Chemistry
*M Megan Prescott Jacksonville Ellicott City, Md. Kinesiology
*M Marissa Gore Kennesaw State Alpharetta, Ga. Electrical Engineering
*A Lindsay Baer Old Dominion Abington, Pa. Accounting
*A Claire Porter Old Dominion Berlin, Md. Criminal Justice
*A Riley Reagan Stetson Windermere, Fla. Computer Science
D Emily McGowan Stetson Vero Beach, Fla. International Business
- A tie in voting led to 13-person All-Freshmen Team
* - Denotes unanimous selection
ASUN All-Academic Team
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Cydney Tutchton, Old Dominion
%*Cydney Tutchton 4.00 Old Dominion Sr. Marietta, Ga. Biology
*Madeline Bromley 3.96 Coastal Carolina Jr. Cary, N.C. Communications
*Haley Kyger 3.88 Coastal Carolina Jr. Edgewood, Md. Management
*Bailey Busscher 4.00 Stetson So. Winnetka, Ill. Finance
*Maddie Holvey 3.87 Stetson Sr. Akron, Ohio Accounting
#Haley Alexander 3.67 Coastal Carolina Jr. Bel Air, Md. Biology
Emily D’Orsaneo 3.87 Coastal Carolina So. Centreville, Md. Biology
Haley Wells 3.85 Coastal Carolina So. Baltimore, Md. Marine Science
Ashtyn Hiron 3.61 Jacksonville Sr. Perth, Australia Communications
Emily Hallberg 3.68 Kennesaw State Sr. Dacula, Ga. Nursing
#Kerri Caruso 3.58 Old Dominion Jr. Downington, Pa. Mechanical Engineering
Rachel Valocchi 3.92 Stetson Sr. Mooresville, N.C. Psychology
*- Denotes unanimous selection
% - Denotes three-time All-Academic Team Selection
# - Denotes two-time All-Academic Team selection
The Monarchs face top seeded Jacksonville, tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the first round of the ASUN Championship. Click here for a preview.