Seven Wolves Named Women’s Lacrosse All-Conference

Left to Right: Vanessa Tsarevich, Ally Thayer, Brenna Voigt, Kendall Neuberger, Elizabeth Sherman, Vera Freda, Taylor Alway
Left to Right: Vanessa Tsarevich, Ally Thayer, Brenna Voigt, Kendall Neuberger, Elizabeth Sherman, Vera Freda, Taylor Alway

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. — The North Eastern Athletic Conference announced their Women's Lacrosse All-Conference Teams and Awards on Wednesday. Keuka College had seven student-athletes named all-conference, including three first team selections.

Named First Team All-North Eastern Athletic Conference was Brenna Voigt, Kendall Neuberger, and Elizabeth Sherman. Junior goalie Ally Thayer was named to the second team. Rounding out the selections on the third team for Keuka College was Vera Freda, Vanessa Tsarevich, and Taylor Always.

Midfielder Kendall Neuberger has had one of the best offensive seasons in program history. The junior has scored 56 goals this season, fourth most in the NEAC and in Keuka College history. She has added 22 assists for 78 total points. Right behind Neuberger in scoring was freshman attack Brenna Voigt. She has 50 goals in her first season at Keuka College. Elizabeth Sherman earned first team honors for the second consecutive season. She led the NEAC with 124 draw controls, second most in a season in program history.

Junior goalie Ally Thayer has posted a 10-1 record in goal for the Green and Gold this season. All of Thayer's stats, saves, wins, save percentage, and goals against average, rank in the top ten for a season in Keuka College history.

The Keuka College offense has led the Wolves all season, averaging a conference-leading 17.71 goals per game. Joining the offensive attack with Voight and Neuberger were third team selections Vera Freda and Vanessa Tsarevich. Freda scored 36 goals on the season and added 16 assists. Vanessa Tsarevich scored 49 goals, 21 of which came on free position shots. Her 21 free position goals set a new Keuka College record and led the conference. On defense, Taylor Always was second on the team with 23 caused turnovers and added 23 ground balls for the Wolves.

Keuka College won their first round game on Tuesday to advance in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament. The Wolves advance to the semi-finals this weekend at Morrisville State. Keuka College, the third seed, will face second-seeded Medaille College on Saturday.