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Hsieh One of Four Yellow Jackets on All-State Women's Lacrosse Team

Alicia Hsieh attacking
Alicia Hsieh attacking

ARLINGTON, Va. - Randolph-Macon junior midfielder Alicia Hsieh (Ellicott City, Md.) was voted to the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State First Team.

Senior midfielder Susie Snee (Bel Air, Md./John Carroll), junior attack Alex Lightfoot (Fairfax, Va./WT Woodson) and sophomore defender Abby Roth (Bayville, N.J./Donovan Catholic) were selected All-State Second Team.

Hsieh was named All-Chesapeake Region First Team by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). She topped the ODAC with 64 goals, more than 50% above the second-place total of 42. The All-ODAC First Team member also led the league with 74 points. Hsieh was 26th in the nation with 64 goals. She started all 17 games and was third on the team with 18 caused turnovers, third with 25 draw controls and fifth with 25 ground balls.

Snee was All-Chesapeake Region Second Team by the IWLCA and received the Susan Locke de Nagy Award as the top senior female student-athlete at R-MC. Another All-ODAC First Team pick, Snee led the Yellow Jackets and was third in the ODAC with 79 draw controls. She was first on the team and sixth in the conference with 24 caused turnovers. Snee started all 17 games and was second on the team with 26 goals and fourth with 30 points. Snee was second on the club with 30 ground balls. Snee had 253 draw controls and 92 caused turnovers, both second in program history for career totals. She had 105 goals and 16 assists for 121 career points.

Lightfoot was also All-Chesapeake Region Second Team by the IWLCA. She was first in the ODAC with 49 assists, nearly double the second-place total of 25. An All-ODAC First Team selection, Lightfoot was 11th in the country in assists and 11th with 2.88 assists per game. She was second in the conference with 69 points. Lightfoot appeared in all 17 games with 16 starts and had eight ground balls, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers.

Roth was an All-ODAC Second Team selection. She was tied for ninth in the ODAC with 22 caused turnovers. Roth appeared in 16 games with 15 starts. Roth had 12 ground balls and five draw controls.

Under fourth-year head coach MK Geratowski, Randolph-Macon went 11-6 overall and 7-1 in the ODAC. The Yellow Jackets finished second in the conference standings and reached the ODAC title game for the third consecutive season.

Player of the Year: Meaghan Galvin - Christopher Newport

Coach of the Year: Brooke O'Brien - Washington and Lee

Rookie of the Year: Morgan Barlow - Roanoke

All-State First Team

Attackers

Meaghan Galvin - Christopher Newport

Hayley Soutter - Washington and Lee

Mackenzie Maguire - Mary Washington

Midfielders

Haley Tucker - Washington and Lee

Catie Chess - Christopher Newport

Alicia Hsieh - Randolph-Macon

Olivia Sisson - Washington and Lee

Defenders

Kirsten Littlefield - Mary Washington

Parker Hamill - Washington and Lee

Emma Boris - Roanoke

Goalie

Hanna Ashby - Mary Washington

All-State Second Team

Attackers

Alicia Sandoval - Lynchburg

Sarah Culver - Christopher Newport

Alex Lightfoot - Randolph-Macon

Abby Wescott - Marymount

Midfielders

Emily Mott - Mary Washington

Susie Snee - Randolph-Macon

Hannah Marshall - Virginia-Wise

Defenders

Abby Roth - Randolph-Macon

Liah Agouras - Marymount

Maiah Bartlett - Mary Washington

Goalie

Elliot Gilbert - Washington and Lee