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Princeton, N.J. – Led by a unanimous first team selection of Taylor Quinn, the Columbia lacrosse team received four All-Ivy League selections as announced by the conference on Wednesday, May 3.

Taylor Quinn becomes one of the most decorated players in program history with a unanimous first team All-Ivy League selection. She is just the second player in program history to garner four All-Ivy League honors in her career, joining Brittany Shannon ‘10CC. The Radnor, Pennsylvania, native put on a sensational senior campaign to culminate an outstanding career wearing Columbia blue and white. She led the Lions highest-scoring offense in program history with a career-high 47 goals and 19 in conference play.

Quinn capped the year by setting three Columbia records, including an Ivy League leading 56 ground balls to set a single-season program record, surpassing the previous record of 52 by Antoinette Allen in 1997. It also added to her career program career record of 185 ground balls.

With a team-high 53 draw controls, she collected the second-most in a single season in program, marking another career program record total of 194, the third most in Ivy League history. Quinn's 29 caused turnovers, the third most in program history, along with 79 over her career placed her for second most on the all-time list and fifth most in the Ivy League. Quinn is recognized as one of the best all-around players in Columbia history.

Second team honoree Victoria Kalamaras tallied 20+ goals and assists in her junior campaing to become the first player in program history achieve the benchmark in back-to-back seasons for her second-consecutive second team honor. She also finished the year setting a program single-season record in assists with 42, besting the previous record of 32 set by Kacie Johnson ‘13CC in 2012. Kalamaras also led the Ancient Eight in assists in Ivy League play with 20.

Lindsey Ewertsen also earned second team honors, and was a force in her sophomore season expanded her game from scorer to a pivotal all-around player. Ewertsen led the Lions with 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 the offensive end.

Earning her first Ivy League selections with an honorable mention nod is Laine Parsons who emerged as an affective attacker for the Lions in her sophomore season. With 31 goals and six assists for 37 points, Parsons fired in 25 more goals and four more assists in 15 games than in her rookie season. She also led the Ivy League with free-position goals with eight in conference play and a runner-up total of 16 overall.

Olivia Hompe, Princeton (A)

Alex Condon, Penn (M)

Catie Smith, Cornell (D)

Jenny Graap, Cornell 

Amie Dickson, Cornell (A)
Hope Hanley, Yale (A)
*Olivia Hompe, Princeton (A)
Emily Rogers-Healion, Penn (A)
Marisa Romeo, Harvard (A)
Alex Condon Penn (M)
Kristy Gilbert, Cornell (M)
*Taylor Quinn, Columbia (M)
Marina Burke, Harvard (D)
Katy Junior, Penn (D)
Catie Smith, Cornell (D)
Ellie DeGarmo, Princeton (G)

Colby Chanenchuk, Princeton (A)
Caroline Cummings, Penn (A)
Victoria Kalamaras, Columbia (A)
Hafsa Moinuddin, Brown (A)
Maeve McMahon, Harvard (A)
Courtney Weisse, Dartmouth (A)
Lindsey Ewertsen, Columbia (M)
Kathryn Giroux, Dartmouth (M)
Ellie McNulty, Princeton (M)
Marissa Hudgins, Brown (D)
Megan Kelly, Penn (D)
Amanda Leavell, Princeton (D)
Madeline Rodriguez, Princeton (D)
Brittany Brown, Penn (G)

Tess D'Orsi, Princeton (A)
Catherine Ellis, Cornell (A)
Elizabeth Mastrio, Dartmouth (A)
Tess McEvoy, Yale (A)
Izzy Nixon, Yale (A)
Julia Glynn, Harvard (M)
Megan Hennessey, Harvard (M)
Carolyn Paletta, Brown (M)
Laine Parsons, Columbia (M)
Taylor Reed, Cornell (M)
Natalie Stefan, Penn (M)
Emma Ford, Harvard (D)
Victoria Moore, Yale (D)
Renee Poullott, Cornell (G)

*-unanimous selection
^-second team expanded due to ties in the voting