After leading the Hiram College women's lacrosse team in most major statistical categories during the 2018-19 season, Terrier senior Katelyn Slomovitz has been named an Honorable Mention All-NCAC selection, announced the conference office on Wednesday.
The honor for Slomovitz marks the first of her career, and the third-straight season a Hiram senior has been selected to the All-NCAC teams.
Slomovitz paced the Terrier roster throughout the 2019 campaign, leading the team and setting new career highs in goals (35) and total points (38), while also posting career bests in free-position goals (15), ground balls (45) and draw controls (59).
Along with her best-career numbers, Slomovitz also posted 19 caused turnovers, the most of her four-year tenure with the Terriers.
Throughout the season, Slomovitz produced nine multi-goal games, scoring at least three on five-separate occasions. Her career best of seven came against NCAC foe, Ohio Wesleyan, on April 16.
Against the NCAC, Slomovitz produced 13 of her 35 goals, scoring multiple times against the Bishops, Kenyon College and Allegheny.
Slomovitz graduates from Hiram having made her mark all over the Terrier record books. Her 91 goals finish third on the Hiram career list, while her 99 points make her the third-highest scoring player in Terrier history.
Along with those numbers, Slomovitz finishes her career as the record holder in ground balls (143). She also ranks second in caused turnovers (44) and third in draw controls (145).
On the single-season list, her 35 goals rank fifth, while her 38 points tie her for sixth on the list. She also finished the 2018-19 season third in caused turnovers (19) fourth in ground balls (45) and fifth in draw controls (59).