Four Members of Women's Lacrosse Garner All-Region Honors

Four Members of Women's Lacrosse Garner All-Region Honors

Springfield, Mass. - May 15, 2017 - Springfield College's Shelby Corsano (Bourne, Mass.), Gabby Anderson (Mahopac, N.Y.), Ann Mahoney (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) and Andie Stone (Burlington, Conn.) have been recognized for their impressive seasons for the women's lacrosse team, as they earned Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Berkshire All-Region honors and Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England accolades, announced on Tuesday.

Under the direction of the 2017 NEWMAC Women's Lacrosse Coach of the Year, Kristen Mullady, Springfield College has now had student-athletes garner 19 All-Region honors over the past eight seasons, including a program-best five honorees in 2016.

From the IWLCA, Anderson and Corsano were both First-Team selections, while Mahoney was named to the All-Berkshire Second Team. From the ECAC, Corsano was the lone member from the Pride on the First Team, while Anderson, Mahoney and Stone were all ECAC Division III New England Second Team honorees.

Corsano, the 2017 NEWMAC Women's Lacrosse Athlete of the Year, led the Pride to a NEWMAC Regular-Season title this year, as she produced 60 points, including 49 goals and 11 assists. Corsano also secured 53 draw controls, picked up 25 ground balls and caused 12 turnovers. 

Anderson, the 2017 NEWMAC Women's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Year, was a consequential part of the Pride's success during the 2017 campaign, as she posted a goals-against average of 7.49 and a conference-best save percentage of 52.4%. 

Stone was a force for the Pride's defensive unit in the 2017 regular season, as she caused 26 turnovers, secured 14 draw controls and scooped up 42 ground balls and started all 18 games for the Pride. Mahoney was impressive on both ends of the field, as she contributed 21 points, including 18 goals and three assists, while on the defensive side of the ball, the junior has caused 29 turnovers, picked up 49 ground balls and has secured 64 draw controls in 18 games this year.