Two Regis University Women's Lacrosse Student-Athletes Earn Capital One Academic All-America Third Team
Jeremy PhillipsJune 10, 2013
Senior Jessika Carlstrom
and junior Danica Cutshall
each earned Capital One Academic All-America Third Team at-large honors as announced by CoSIDA. Both student-athletes were integral contributors to the Regis women's lacrosse team.
Carlstrom, graduated with a 3.96 grade point average leaving with her degree in biology. She played in all 15 games this season and scored nine goals and ranked fourth on the team with 26 ground balls. She scored her nine goals on just 12 shots and was named to the All-Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association honorable mention team.
Cutshall is one of the most decorated Rangers in school history and adds another honor to her name. The midfielder holds a 3.98 GPA also in neuroscience and for the third time was named First Team All-WILA, the only athlete to ever do so. She led the team with 29 assists, while kicking in with 16 goals. She topped the Rangers with 78 draw controls and tied for the team lead with 31 ground balls.
Carlstrom and Cutshall join Garret Seitz, men's soccer (3rd) and Alison Cahill, women's soccer (2nd) as Rangers to earn Academic All-America honors for the 2012-13 season.
Carlstrom and Cutshall helped lead the Rangers to a 10-5 overall record and a runner-up finish in the WILA with an 8-2 mark.