Saints Hurley, Noyes earn women's lax regional All-America honors
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 7:43 am

St. Lawrence University senior co-captains Brigid Hurley and Holly Noyes have earned Regional All-America honors for the 2013 season.

Hurley and Noyes were both Second Team All-Empire Region selections at attack and midfield, respectively. It is the first time either player has earned Regional All-America honors.

"This is a testament to the seasons that both Brigid and Holly had," said St. Lawrence head coach Jodi Canfield. "They were both outstanding leaders for our program, and thrived in their respective areas of play to help us to the conference title game."

Hurley was the Saints' leading scorer, closing out the year with a career-high 61 goals. A first team all-conference choice, she was second in the Liberty League in goals and had three game-winners. Noyes, a second team all-conference honoree, paced St. Lawrence in ground balls during the regular season with 46, fourth in the league. She also has a team-high 53 draw controls and added 21 points (18g,3a).

Other Liberty League members to earn Regional All-America honors were Allison Arnal (RPI), Rachel Hughes (WS), Shelby Vakiener (RIT), Shannon Maguire (RPI), Emily McGrail (Union), Alissa Peterson (RPI), Kathleen Ragan (WS), Sage Sarkis (RIT) and Katie Sipple (WS).