NEW YORK - Three members of the Columbia women's lacrosse team were named All-Ivy League as announced by the league office on Wednesday, May 2.

Junior attacker Kacie Johnson was a first-team selection, becoming the second player in program history to make the first team. She is the first player since Carrie Anderer '06CC in 2005 to receive the honor. Defender Amanda Goodhart joined on the second team and sophomore midfielder Paige Cuscovitch received an honorable mention nod.

Johnson put together a stellar junior season setting two Columbia all-time season records and ranking atop the Ivy League in all offensive categories. The two-time Offensive Player of the week finished the regular season as the league leader with 73 total points.  She ranks seventh nationally with an average of 4.87 per game and ranks 17th in assists per game at 2.13, with a league leading 32 on the season.

With 180 career points, Johnson surpassed Marisa Marcellino's mark of 164 set in 2008, to become second all-time. The team assists leader has 72 career assists and stands second all-time, moving past Columbia standout Holly Glynn's '09CC mark of 52. Johnson tallied four goals and five assists for a season-high nine points as Columbia defeated Lafayette 19-11 on Wednesday, April 11. Johnson's four goals moved the junior to third all-time in goals scored becoming only the fifth player to reach the 100th goal mark. With five assists in the game, she surpassed Marisa Marcellino's ('08CC) record of 25 for most assists in a season.

Goodhart posted a program season record 29 caused turnovers, leading the Ivy League for most of the season. The senior surpassed the record of 28 set by Antoinette Allen in 1999. The senior caused a career total 77 turnovers, placing her second all-time, surpassing the 69 caused turnovers by Brynn Wumbrand '01CC. She is only the second player in Columbia history to reach the 70 mark along with Kate Lombard '07CC. Lombard owns the all-time record with 80.

Cuscovitch had a breakout sophomore season becoming an offensive force for the Lions. Behind seven hat tricks on the year, the midfielder earned 41 points on 36 goals and five assists. She also led the team in ground balls with a career high 36.

2012 Lacrosse All-Ivy League Teams

Sarah Plumb, Dartmouth, Sr. (Wellesley, Mass.)
Erin McMunn, Princeton, Fr. (Westminster, Md.)
A - * Erin Brennan, Penn, Sr. (Garden City, N.Y.)
A - *Jessi Steinberg, Cornell, Sr. (Suffern, N.Y.)
A - Jaci Gassaway, Princeton, Sr. (Longmeadow, Mass.)
A - Kacie Johnson, Columbia, Jr. (Wilton, Conn.)
M - *Sarah Plumb, Dartmouth, Sr. (Wellesley, Mass.)
M - *Maddie Poplawski, Penn, Jr. (Springfield, Mass.)
M - *Cassie Pyle, Princeton, Sr. (Alexandria, Va.)
D - *Lindsey deButts, Princeton, Sr. (Alexandria, Va.)
D - *Ellen Gleason, Harvard, Sr. (Binghamton, N.Y.)
D - *Caroline "Cacki" Helmer, Cornell, Sr. (Manilus, N.Y.)
GK - *Emily Leitner, Penn, Sr. (Darien, Conn.)
A - Kirsten Goldberg, Dartmouth, Sr. (Cockeysville, Md.))
A - Kaela McGilloway, Brown, Sr. (Sea Cliff, N.Y.)
A - Caroline Salisbury, Cornell, Jr. (Middletown, Md.)
M - Melanie Baskind, Harvard, Sr. (Framingham, Mass.)
M - Shannon McHugh, Cornell, Sr. (Manilus, N.Y.)
M - Danielle Tetreault, Harvard, Jr. (Guilderland, N.Y.)
D - Georgia Bird, Dartmouth, Sr. (Summit, N.J.)
D - Amanda Goodhart, Columbia, Sr. (Alexandria, Va.)
D - Erin Roos, Brown, So. (Wilmette, Ill.)
D - Hilary Smith, Dartmouth, Sr. (Bronxville, N.Y.)
GK - Kristen Giovanniello, Dartmouth, So. (Old Brookville, N.Y.)
A - Caroline Crow, Yale, Sr. (Davidsonville, Md.)
A - Erin McMunn, Princeton, Fr. (Westminster, Md.)
A - Courtney Tomchik, Penn, So. (Arnold, Md.)
A - Jennifer VanderMeulen, Harvard, Jr. (Liverpool, N.Y.)
M - Meredith Cain, Penn, Jr. (Pittsburgh)
M - Paige Cuscovitch, Columbia, So. (Longmeadow, Mass.)
M - Micaela Cyr, Harvard, Jr. (Lexington, Mass.)
M - Katie Kirk, Cornell, Sr. (Annapolis, Md.)
M - Erin Slifer, Princeton, Fr. (Mt. Airy, Md.)
D - Tayt Foussadier, Penn, Fr. (Turnersville, N.J.)
D - Mariel Jenkins, Harvard, Jr. (Belle Mead, N.J.)
D - Caroline Rehfuss, Princeton, Jr. (Latham, N.Y.)
GK - Kelly Weis, Harvard, Fr. (Garden City, N.Y.)
*unanimous selection
^due to a tie in the voting