2018 First Team All-Ivy League
2017 Second Team All-Ivy League
2016 IWLCA All-Rookie Team
2018: The first player in fprogram history to be named Ivy League Midfielder of the Year, along with first-team honors...Finished the season setting two Columbia records, including career caused turnovers (91) and single-season draw controls (76)... Led the team in groundballs (46) and scored 43 points on 28 goals and 15 assists... Two goals and three draw controls in Ivy League Tournament semifinal vs. Princeton (5/4)...A single-game record 15 draw controls on the way to becoming the first player in program history to surpass 70+ career draw controls, along with three goals in regular season finale vs. Princeton (4/28)... Five points on four goals and an assist, along with nine draw controls in a win over Brown (4/21)... Two goals and a team-high four draw controls on the road at #10 Penn (4/14)... Became the first player to surpass 80 career caused turnovers with a game-high six in a road win at Yale, along with six groundballs, four draw controls and three points on two goals and an assist (4/7)... A goal, an assist and two caused turnovers on the road at Wagner (3/28)... Three goals, five draw controls, four groundballs and four caused turnovers (3/25)... A team-high five draw controls and two caused turnovers at Hofstra (3/20)... Two goals and two assists with five draw controls and four caused turnovers in win over East Carolina (3/17)... Scored a goal to go along with a team-high four draw controls and five groundballs on the road at #22 Cornell (3/10)... With a game-high four draw controls vs. Radford, became the sixth player in program history to reach 100 career draw controls (3/6)... A game-high nine draw controls, along with two goals, three assists, and two caused turnovers in the Lions Ivy League opener at Dartmouth (3/3)... Four groundballs, three draw controls and two points on a goal and an assist vs. Arizona St. (2/26)... Three caused turnovers, three draw controls, four groundballs and a score in the Lions home opener vs. Lehigh (2/24)... Two goals and an assist, along with three draw controls and two caused turnovers in a win at Fairfield (2/21)... A score, three assists, and a game-high four caused turnovers at #10 Navy (2/17)...
2017: Started all 15 games for the Lions... Earned Second Team All-Ivy League honors, boasting a team-leading 33 caused turnovers, the second-most in a single season in program history, with 20 coming in Ivy League play. She also collected the third-most ground balls in a single season with 50, along with 31 goals, and a career-best 12 assists for 43 points on offense....Scored a goal in the season finale at #5 Princeton (4/29)... Four points on three goals and an assist, along with five ground balls and three caused turnovers at Brown (4/22)... Put together a well-rounded game against #9 Penn with a goal, an assist, and a pair each of draw controls, ground balls, and caused turnovers (4/15)... Tallied five points on four goals and an assist, along with five ground balls and five caused turnovers in a win over Yale (4/8)... A goal and an assist with a pair of ground balls and draw controls against Hofstra (4/1)... Five points on four goals and an assist, along with five ground balls and a game-high five draw controls in a home win over Wagner (3/29)... A season-high nine ground balls to go along with two assists and three caused turnovers at Harvard (3/25)... Scored two goals, while adding two ground balls and two draw controls at Lehigh (3/22)...A goal and an assist with three draw controls in a victory at San Diego State (3/18)...A versatile performance in a win at UC Davis (3/16) with two goals, two assists, three ground balls, and five draw controls...Notched a hat trick along with four draw controls and two groundballs vs. #11 Cornell (3/11)... Five points on four goals and an assist, along with a game-high five groundballs, three caused turnovers, and a draw control in a win over Dartmouth (3/5)...Four points on three goals and an assist with three
2016: Started all 15 games for the Lions...
At Montclair: A two-sport athlete in soccer and lacrosse, Ewertsen was a four-time letter-winner as a midfielder for the Mounties lacrosse team. Ewertsen was essential to the Mounties' 2015 Essex County Championship, tallying 114 points behind 78 goals and 36 assists during her senior season. To cap her senior campaign, she received All-Conference First Team, All-Essex County First Team, NJ State All-Group IV First Team and NJ All-State Third Team honors. Ewetsen also led the Mounties soccer team to a Group IV State Championship in 2014. She graduated from Montclair as a member of the National Honor Society.