Syracuse senior Kayla Treanor has been named ACC Offensive Player of the Year. The Niskyuna, New York native leads the Orange in points with 86 on 46 goals and an ACC-leading 38 assists. Treanor has won the award every year that Syracuse has been the ACC, and is the first player in conference history to win the award three straight seasons.
Treanor also leads the nation in draw controls, averaging 9 per game. The senior has broken the single season record for most draw controls this season with 189 already. She also is holds the record for most goals in program history with 255, good for 10th all-time in Division I history. Treanor has also been nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy, which honors the best player in men's and women's college lacrosse. She is a two-time finalist for the award.
Levy is a freshman attacker from Long Island. She is the first lady Orange to win ACC Freshman of the Year honors. Levy has recorded a point in 21 of Syracuse's 22 games this year. The 5-foot-2 inch attacker has 43 goals and 19 assists on the year. Good for 62 points, which is third on the team. She leads the ACC in points for freshman. Levy will be a staple in the Orange attack for years to come.
Barbara Sullivan of Notre Dame took home defensive player of the year. North Carolina head coach, Jenny Levy was named coach of the year, rounding out the awards.
The Orange will await their NCAA Tournament fate until Sunday. They lost a heartbreaker in overtime to North Carolina in the ACC Championship game.