Women's Lax Nets Three All-Ivy Selections

Women's Lax Nets Three All-Ivy Selections

PRINCETON, N.J. – Bre Hudgins (Syracuse, N.Y.) and Erin Roos (Wilmette, Ill.) earned First Team All-Ivy accolades while Danielle Mastro (Endicott, N.Y.) garnered Second Team recognition in an announcement made by the Ivy League on Wednesday.


Hudgins earns her third All-Ivy selection and second consecutive First Team recognition after capping off one of the best careers in Brown women's lacrosse history.  The senior ranks second all-time with 136 goals and third with 167 points after recording a career-high 40 goals in 2014.  Hudgins' 40 strikes this season were the most goals scored by a Brown player since Suzanne Bailey netted 41 goals in 1990.  Hudgins' game-winning overtime goal against Princeton on March 8 gave Brown its first victory over the Tigers since 1991 and earned her WomensLax.com's Player of the Week honors.


After grabbing Second Team All-Ivy recognition last season, Erin Roos earned First Team honors for 2014 as Brown's top defender.  Roos backstopped a Bears defense that surrendered only 8.67 goals per game in 2014 and also tops the Brown record book for career caused turnovers (88).  The Wilmette, Illinois native ranked second in the Ivy League this season with 30 caused turnovers.


Mastro earns her first career All-Ivy accolade after leading the league in scoring with 58 points – eclipsing her combined total from the previous three seasons (57).  Mastro's 58 points were the fifth-highest single-season scoring performance and her 28 assists boasted the third-best single-season assist mark in team history.  The senior logged four games with six or more points, including a milestone six-goal, seven-point performance against Michigan on April 9.


Brown finished the 2014 campaign at 9-6 overall while finding the back of the net 179 times, securing the highest scoring output in team history.


Lindsay Toppe, Cornell (Jr., A – Bedford, N.Y.)

*Sarah Lloyd, Princeton (Sr., M – Severna Park, Md.)

Meg Markham, Penn (Jr., D – Manhasset, N.Y.)

Nina Corcoran, Penn (So., A – Point Lookout, N.Y.)
Nicole Daniggelis, Yale (So., A – St. James, N.Y.)
Bre Hudgins, Brown (Sr., A – Syracuse, N.Y.)
Erin McMunn, Princeton (Jr., A – Westminster, Md.)
*Lindsay Toppe, Cornell (Jr., A – Bedford, N.Y.)
Jaclyn Leto, Dartmouth (So., M – Chatham, N.J.)
*Sarah Lloyd, Princeton (Sr., M – Severna Park, Md.)
Erin Slifer, Princeton (Jr., M – Mt. Airy, Md.)
Audrey Todd, Harvard (So., M - Baltimore)
*Meg Markham, Penn (Jr., D – Manhasset, N.Y.)
Erin Roos, Brown (Sr., D – Wilmette, Ill.)
*Colleen Smith, Princeton (Sr., D – Wilmette, Ill.)
Lucy Ferguson, Penn (Jr., GK – Montclair, N.J.)

Tory Bensen, Penn (Sr., A – Darien, Conn.)
Liz Calby, Dartmouth (Sr., A – Darien, Conn.)
Jen DeVito, Yale (Sr., A – Wading River, N.Y.)
Danielle Mastro, Brown (Sr., A – Endicott, N.Y.)
Marisa Romeo, Harvard (Fr., A – Syracuse, N.Y.)
Sarah Hefner, Cornell (Jr., M – Bel Air, Md.)
Taylor Quinn, Columbia (Fr., M – Radnor, Pa.)
Lindsey Smith, Penn (Sr., M – West Chester, Pa.)
Liz Bannantine, Princeton (So., D – Baltimore)
Tayt Foussadier, Penn (Jr., D – Turnersville, N.J.)
Claire MacManus, Cornell (Jr., D – Rosemont, Pa.)
Adrienne Tarver, Yale (Sr., D – Pikesville, Md.)
Kristen Giovanniello, Dartmouth (Sr., GK – Old Brookville, N.Y.)

Paige Cuscovitch, Columbia (Sr., M – Longmeadow, Mass.)
Lely DeSimone, Penn (So., M – Airmont, N.Y.)
Christina Doherty, Yale (Jr., M – Bernardsville, N.J.)
Rachel Moody, Cornell (Sr., A – Burke, Va.)
Isabella Wager, Harvard (So., D – Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Kelly Weis, Harvard (So., GK – Garden City, N.Y.)

*-Unanimous selection
^-Due to ties in voting, the first- and second-teams were expanded to 13