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Keiser Women’s Lacrosse Claim Three All-American Awards

Written by Lee Roggenburg on . Posted in , , , .

via Keiser press release

The 2022 Women’s Lacrosse NAIA All-America Teams were announced by the national office on Monday afternoon. This year’s teams featured 15 first-team and 15 second-team selections. 

Keiser garnered three All-American selections with Madison AndrewsHannah Reeder, and Melanie Brown.

First Team All-Conference


Madison Andrews, Sophomore, Draper, Utah

  • Collected All-American honors for the second consecutive year
  • Earned MSC First Team All-Conference honors
  • Led the Seahawks in goals(57) and points(77)
  • Set the school record for most points and goals in a game against Montreat with eight goals and 10 points
  • Netted her 100th career goal against Webber International in the season finale
  • Broke season record for points, goals, free-position goals, and shots
  • Led the team with 88 draw controls this season
  • Credited with 22 caused turnovers and 29 groundballs from her midfield role

Hannah Reeder, Junior, Baltimore, Md.

  • Garnered First Team All-American honors for the first time as a defender
  • Selected to the MSC First Team
  • Started all 19 games for the Seahawks in defense
  • Scored one goal and added two assists during the regular season
  • Broke the program record for caused turnovers with 39 on the year
  • Led Keiser with 50 groundballs this season which ranks second-best all time

Second Team All-Conference


Melanie Brown, Junior, Lake Zurich, Ill.

  • Earned All-American honors as an attacker for a second time
  • Earned MSC postseason recognition
  • Registered 39 goals and 22 assists as an attacker
  • Surpassed 170 career points to set the new program record in the category
  • Had five goals and an assist against Truett McConnell
  • Caused 24 turnovers and collected 19 groundballs