First Shorewoman to Receive First-Team All-America Honors in 22 Years
GRAND LAKE, Colo. -- Washington College junior midfielder Emily Hubley (West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin) has been named a first-team All-American by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). She is the first Shorewoman to earn first-team All-America honors since Kristy Hilgartner in 1992.
Hubley, a two-time all-region first-team honoree, led the Shorewomen with 51 goals, 60 points, 68 draw controls and 18 caused turnovers while tying for tops on the squad in ground balls with 26. She is currently sixth in the Centennial Conference in goals, seventh in draw controls, tied for ninth in caused turnovers, and tied for 11th in points. The junior was named All-Centennial Conference first team for the second straight year and was named all-conference for the third consecutive season (second team in 2012). Hubley became just the third Washington player to notched 50 or more goals twice in a career, joining Sarah Coste '91 and Casey Sawma '04. Coste did it three times (1988-89 and '91), while Sawma achieved the feat in 2003 and 2004.
Hubley is the first Washington College women's lacrosse All-American of any kind since Betty Weller earned third-team honors in 2003.