Inside Lacrosse named alum Kayla Treanor their "Attacker of the Year" while rising sophomore Nicole Levy added another "Rookie of the Year" title to her name, this time from Lacrosse Magazine.
The Attacker of the Year honor is just the latest recognition for the most decorated women's lacrosse player in Syracuse Orange history. Treanor was named to Lacrosse Magazine's All-America first team for the fourth consecutive year, ACC Offensive Player of the Year for the third-straight year, and earned NCAA All-Tournament team honors. She led the team with 90 points off of 50 goals and 40 assists. Treanor also finished the season with a single-season record-setting 217 draw controls. Not too shabby, eh?
Treanor currently plays for the Boston Storm of the United Women's Lacrosse League.
Levy has racked up a good amount of awards this year, as well. She earned additional Rookie of the Year honors from the ACC and ECAC, was named to Inside Lacrosse's All-Rookie team, and was recognized for her postseason performance as a member of the NCAA All-Tournament team. The rising sophomore attack had 68 points off of 46 goals and 22 assists during her debut season.
With three more years of eligibility for Levy, the future of the Orange looks as bright as ever.
Highlights from Kayla Treanor's first game for Boston: