Syracuse seniors Kayla Treanor and Hallie Majorana have been selected to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-America Team. Treanor earned first-team recognition for the fourth consecutive year, while Majorana was voted to the second team.
Treanor is the first four-time IWLCA All-America First Team honoree in program history, adding to her incredible legacy at SU.
In addition, Treanor is just the fifth Syracuse student-athlete ever to earn first-team All-America honors all four years of her career. Treanor joins the exclusive group, which includes wrestler Gene Mills, swimmers Liz Vilbert and Miroslav Vucetic, and men's lacrosse player Mikey Powell.
Treanor is also a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award for the third straight year and earned her third consecutive ACC Offensive Player of the Year Award. She was voted to the All-ACC First Team as well as the ACC All-Tournament Team. Treanor is SU's all-time leading point scorer, and she ranks fourth on the NCAA Division I all-time scoring list with 387 points. She's also tied for eighth all-time in NCAA history with 256 goals.
Majorana earns All-America honors for the second straight year. She ranked second on the Orange in points and assists this year, behind Treanor. She was named to the ACC All-Tournament team after tallying four goals and three assists in the title game against North Carolina.
Syracuse will try to return to the national semifinals for the fifth consecutive year this coming Saturday, May 21, when they host No. 5 USC in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. Opening draw in the Carrier Dome is set for 3 p.m. ET.