Middlebury

All-Region Women's Lacrosse Teams Released

May 27, 2008

Five members of the Middlebury College women's lacrosse team have been named to the IWLCA (Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association) All-Region teams. Seniors Katherine Entwisle (Lower Gwynedd, Pa.), Reid Berrien (Westport, Conn.) and Mimi Schatz (Baltimore, Md.), along with junior Taryn Petrelli (Harrison, N.Y.) earned a spot on the first-team, while rookie Sally Ryan (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) earned second-team honors. The five helped lead the Panthers to a 12-5 season with a trip to the NCAA Regional Final.

Berrien earns a spot on the first-team for the second straight season, after being named a first-team All-NESCAC selection earlier this spring. The senior led the team in three major statistical categories this season, owning 41 ground balls, 35 draw controls and 37 caused turnovers. She also scored 17 goals in '08 and ends her career with 29 goals and 37 points over four years.

Entwisle earns All-Region honors and All-NESCAC honors this spring for the Panthers. The senior led Middlebury with 49 goals in 17 games this season, placing her third in the NESCAC with 2.88 goals/game. Entwisle was second on the squad with 56 points this season, recording her 100th career goal earlier in the season, while scoring in all but one game in '08. She ends her career with 108 goals and 21 assists for 129 points.

Petrelli was a first-team All-Region selection after earning second-team All-NESCAC honors on defense for Middlebury. The junior defender has anchored a Panther defense that was third in the NESCAC this season with 8.71 goals allowed/game. Petrelli played in all 17 games this season and has now played in 51 through her first three seasons.

Schatz was the fourth member of the team earning first-team All-Region honors. The senior led the team with 61 points this season in 16 games played, placing her fifth in the NESCAC with 3.81 points/game. Schatz scored 36 goals and earned a team-high 25 assists (4th in NESCAC) this season for the Panthers, including goals in all but two games. She ends her career with 84 goals and 42 assists for 116 points.

Ryan earns a spot on the second-team in just her first spring with the team. The rookie earned 24 goals and 14 assists for 38 points in '08, including 23 ground balls, 31 draw controls (2nd) and 16 caused turnovers (2nd). She scored in the first nine games of her career, including 14 of 16 this season.