LEXINGTON, Va.- Two Shenandoah University women's lacrosse players earned ODAC All-Tournament honors in selections announced Sunday following completion of the league tournament.
Hardisky, who leads the league in caused turnovers with 34, is consistently tasked with marking up against the opponents biggest offensive threat.
In the quarterfinals match, she held Lynchburg's Alicia Sandoval to just one goal on three shots while committing four turnovers.
The Timonium, Maryland native played integral part of Shenandoah's transition with the combined 30 successful clears in the tournament.
In her first year with the Hornets, Stiffler started every game and ended the season fifth in goals and second in assists with 20 and 18, respectively, for a total of 38 points.
In tournament play, Stiffler recorded seven points on two goals and five assists.
"These two women provided sparks on the field when we needed them to," said head coach Lindsey Lutz. "Both are deserving of this honor."
Katie Clements: Roanoke
Emerson Foster: Roanoke
Emma Stiffler: Shenandoah
Emma Hardisky: Shenandoah
Elicia Wells: Randolph-Macon
Saunders Riley: Randolph-Macon
Bella Samper: Randolph-Macon
Caitlin Anderson: Washington and Lee
Rebecca Wellford: Washington and Lee
Cordelia Peters: Washington and Lee
Dani Murray: Washington and Lee
Haley Tucker: Washington and Lee