Six From Women's Lacrosse Named IWLCA All-Region

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BRUNSWICK, Maine – Six members of the Bowdoin women's lacrosse team have been named in All-Region honors announced by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association on Monday.

Fiona Bundy (Easthampton, Mass.), Eliza Denious (Wilton, Conn.), Kara Finnerty (Hopkinton, Mass.), Caroline Maxwell (Boxborough, Mass.) and Katie Miller (Rye, N.Y.) were named First Team All-Pilgrim Region. Morgan Pinado (Carversville, Pa.) was named Second Team All-Region.

Sophomore Katie Miller led Bowdoin with 60 goals this season, the second-most in a single season in Polar Bear women's lacrosse history. She became the fastest Polar Bear ever to surpass 100 career goals and currently has 110 goals and 24 assists in her career.

Sophomore Eliza Denious enjoyed another fantastic campaign, ranking among the team leaders in goals (46), draw controls (33), ground balls (29) and caused turnovers (20). She also surpassed the 100-point mark earlier this season and has 87 goals and 22 assists in her career.

Junior Kara Finnerty was the spark to Bowdoin's prolific offense, leading the team with 28 assists while also winning a team-high 83 draw controls and causing 20 turnovers. Her 56 career assists rank fifth all-time at Bowdoin.

Junior Caroline Maxwell was the anchor to Bowdoin's defensive unit this season, helping the team to a 10.56 GAA. She led the team with 26 caused turnovers and 33 ground balls this season.

First-year Fiona Bundy burst onto the scene with a phenomenal rookie campaign, scoring 48 goals and 63 points to finish second on the team in scoring. She had a season-best five goals in Bowdoin's NCAA Second Round win over William Smith.

Junior Morgan Pinado earns her first postseason honor thanks to an outstanding season all over the field for Bowdoin. She was second on the team with 54 draw controls on the year and was also a menace on defense, causing 15 turnovers and scooping 26 ground balls.

Bowdoin finished the year with a record of 10-8, advancing to the Third Round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.