2016 Division I Postseason Award Central

2016 DIVISION I POSTSEASON AWARDS   2016 Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game Selections Katelyn Arnold Lafayette College GK Kate Barber Indiana University M Bethany Barr Liberty University M Serena Barr Liberty University D Olivia Bolles University of Connecticut D Emma Bozek University of North Carolina F Ann Burgoyne Fairfield University F Megan Byas Old Dominion University D Natalie Cafone University of Iowa F Catherine Caro Princeton University M Amanda Cassera Boston University F Emily Conroe Wake Forest University M Isabella Delario University of Massachusetts F Julie de Paeuw Fairfield University M Isabel Flens Northwestern University F Caleigh Foust University of Virginia F Casey Hanna Monmouth University D Paula Heuser University at Albany M Adrienne Houle Providence College M Lucy Hyams University of Virginia M Emilie Katz Yale University GK Angie King Quinnipiac University D Natalie Konerth American University F Welma Luus University of Maryland F Amanda Magadan Lafayette College M Erin McCrudden University of Louisville M Heather Morris Duke University F Lindsey Nerbonne University of New Hampshire F Esmee Peet University of Delaware M Shannon Pereira Saint Francis University D Maxi Primus University at Albany GK Emma Rissinger University of Maryland F Carla Romagosa Miami University (Ohio) M Katherine Ruesterholz Columbia University F Madison Thompson Kent State University M Sydney Veljacic University of Maine M Katy Weeks Cornell University M Alysa Xavier Miami University (Ohio) GK Alternates:...

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2016 NCAA Division I Tournament Field Set

The NCAA Division I Championship selection show announced the 18 team field that will compete for the 2016 National Championship.  The two play-in games (between American/Kent State and Monmouth/UMass) will be played on Wednesday, with the first round and quarterfinals to be played Friday and Sunday.  #1 Duke, #2 Maryland, #3 Syracuse and #4 Penn State have been selected as the regional hosts of those games.  The NCAA Championship Final Four is scheduled for November 18 & 20 at the L.R. Hill Sports Complex at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.  This will be the sixth time Old Dominion...

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