GANSEVOORT, N.Y. — The Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team had six members named All-Conference by the North Eastern Athletic Conference coaches on Wednesday.
Kendall Neuberger and Elizabeth Sherman led the way as first team selections. Brenna Voigt and Sydney Bloom were named to the second team and Madelaine Taylor and Janelle Thomas rounded out the honors on the third team.
Kendall Neuberger has been a leader for the Wolves earning her second straight all-conference selection. She has totaled 71 points on the season, scoring 48 goals and adding 23 assists for the Wolves. She has climbed in the Keuka College record books as well. During this season, Neuberger has moved to third in school history for career goals, career assists, career points, career groundballs, and career draw controls. She also set the school record with 37 free position goals in a career.
Earning her third First Team All-Conference selection was senior Elizabeth Sherman. She has been over of the top defenders and key to gaining possession for the Wolves. Sherman led the team with 117 draw controls this season with 75 coming in NEAC games, leading the conference. During this year, she set a new program record with 313 career draw controls entering postseason.
Brenna Voigt earned her second all-conference selection in her sophomore season. She leads Keuka College with 83 points this season, fourth best in the NEAC. Voigt is second on the team with 56 goals and 27 assists this season. Her 83 points is fourth-best in program history.
Joining her on the second team was freshman Sydney Bloom. The Penn Yan product has made an instant impact for the Wolves as she leads the team with 31 assists and is second on the team with 73 total points. The freshman has the fifth-most assists in the North Eastern Athletic Conference and ranks in the top ten in Keuka College history for both points and assists in a single season.
Throughout the year, freshman Madelaine Taylor has led the Wolves in scoring. The freshman finished the regular season with 60 goals, fourth-most in program history and fifth most in the NEAC this season. Rounding out the third team selections for the Wolves was sophomore goalie Janelle Thomas. She has posted a league-best 6.10 goals against average and .543 save percentage while leading the Wolves with 38 stops this season.
The Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team earned a bye to the NEAC Final Four this weekend at Morrisville State. Keuka College will face SUNY Poly in the semi-finals on Saturday with a berth in the Sunday championship on the line.