Meiklejohn Named to IWLCA Chesapeake Region First Team, Three Second Team

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson women's lacrosse junior Marissa Meiklejohn (Severn, Md./Old Mill) was named to the 2013 IWLCA Chesapeake Region First Team on Tuesday while junior Leah Warner (Pasadena, Md./Northeast) and sophomores Meg Gill (White Hall, Md./Northeast) and Amanda LeGar (Eldersburg, Md./Liberty) were selected to the Second Team.

The Mustangs (16-2), who advanced to the finals of the 2013 Commonwealth Conference Women's Lacrosse Championship, have had a total of 17 IWLCA all-region selections since receiving the program's first two in 2008.

Meiklejohn earned her second consecutive IWLCA All-Chesapeake Region honor after being named to the Second Team as a sophomore. The Commonwealth Conference Player of the Year this season, she ranked second on the team and totaled career-highs with 51 goals, 24 assists and 75 points. She scored a goal in each of the team's 18 games this season while netting three or more in nine.

Warner led the team with 54 goals, 34 assists and 88 points, all career-highs and new Stevenson single-season school records. An All-Commonwealth Conference First Team selection, she broke a 16-year-old school record when she totaled 13 points on nine goals and four assists in a 21-12 victory over Elizabethtown on April 10.

Gill, an All-Commonwealth Conference First Team selection, led the league with a school record 43 caused turnovers. She was named Commonwealth Conference Defender of the Week twice this season and finished second on the team with a career-best 50 ground balls while scoring her first career goal in an 18-2 victory at Hood on April 23.

LeGar led the team with a school record 62 draw controls while finishing second on the team with 27 caused turnovers and third with 48 ground balls. An All-Commonwealth Conference Honorable Mention selection, she also totaled 27 points on 23 goals and four assists.

Stevenson, ranked at No. 18 in the latest IWLCA Division III Coaches' Poll, finished the season with a school record 16 wins, totaling a 16-2 record while reaching its first-ever conference championship game.