FOREST, Va. - The Shenandoah University women's lacrosse team had five students earn All-ODAC accolades in selections announced Wednesday afternoon by the league office.
Arndt and Hemler were selected as midfielders, McCorry at attack and Krevonick and Northam as defenders.
For Arndt, Hemler and McCorry, it is the second time in their careers to be named All-ODAC. Hemler and McCorry were third team picks last season while Arndt was a third team honoree in 2014.
McCorry led the Hornets in scoring this season with 33 goals and seven assists for 40 points and also had a second-best 39 groundballs.
Arndt and Hemler were tied for third on the team in scoring with 29 points each with Arndt scoring 26 goals and Hemler 22. The two topped the draw control list with Arndt pulling down a team-best 50 and Hemler second at 39.
Hemler's 42 groundballs led the squad by three over McCorry and four from Arndt.
Defensively, Krevonick and Northam led the Hornets with Krevonick starting all 18 games and Northam all 17 she played in.
Krevonick's 21 caused turnovers was third on the team (behind Arndt and Hemler) with Northam sixth with 15. Both women were also in the top 10 in groundballs.
"I am very happy for all five of these student-athletes," head coach Lindsey Lutz said. "All five are very deserving of this recognition and its a great sign for our program that four of these players will be back here as seniors next year."
The Hornets have now had 25 women earn All-ODAC honors in five seasons of women's lacrosse play. Four of these selections were first team.