Kayla Treanor adds another accolade to her storied Syracuse career as she has been named to Inside Lacrosse's All-IL Squad. Treanor is joined by two of her teammates, Nicole Levy and Alexa Radziewicz. Both Levy and Radziewicz were selected to the All-IL rookie team.
Treanor finishes her Syracuse career fourth all-time on the NCAA scoring list, accumulating 393 points over her four seasons. In her first year taking draw controls, she set a Division 1 record with 217 (which is impressive even if you don't know what a draw control is).
She will be sorely missed for the Orange.
Nicole Levy flanked Treanor on the attack this year and she was rewarded for her outstanding season. The ACC Rookie of the Year notched 46 goals to go along with 22 assists, both good for third on the team. Levy also earned a spot on the All-NCAA Tournament team, recording 2 goals and 2 assists in the National Semifinal.
Defender Alexa Radziewicz is the last Orange to receive an honor from IL. She too will be a key cog for the Orange’s success in years to come. Radziewicz started 10 games but played in all 25. Radziewicz was usually the defender coach Gary Gait used to face guard the other team's best player.
Syracuse made its fifth-consecutive Final Four this season and finished the year with a 19-6 record.