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Maddie Jenner (Duke) is a first-team All-American.

IWLCA Names 2023 Division I Women's All-Americans

May 25, 2023
Press Release
Matt Riley / Virginia Athletics

The IWLCA has named the 48 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2023 Division I All-American teams.

Honorees are divided into first, second and third teams. This group of IWLCA All-Americans represent 18 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.


A — Erin Coykendall, Northwestern
A — Jenn Medjid, Boston College
A — Isabella Peterson, James Madison
A — Izzy Scane, Northwestern
A — Meaghan Tyrrell, Syracuse
A — Emma Ward, Syracuse
A — Jackie Wolak, Notre Dame
M — Kasey Choma, Notre Dame
M — Belle Smith, Boston College
M — Jillian Wilson, Loyola
DS — Maddie Jenner, Duke
D — Mairead Durkin, James Madison
D — Emily Nalls, North Carolina
D — Sydney Scales, Boston College
D — Sam Thacker, Denver
G — Delaney Sweitzer, Syracuse


A — Rachel Clark, Virginia
A — Mckenna Davis, Boston College
A — Emma LoPinto, Florida
A — Ashlyn McGovern, Virginia
A — Hailey Rhatigan, Northwestern
A — Jill Smith, Michigan
M — Emily Heller, Florida
M — Ellie Masera, Stony Brook
M — Cassidy Weeks, Boston College
DS — Arden Tierney, Richmond
D — Meghan Ball, Rutgers
D — Abby Bosco, Maryland
D — Katie Detwiler, Loyola
D — Trinity McPherson, Denver
D — Samantha White, Northwestern
G — Sarah Reznick, Florida


A — Madison Ahern, Notre Dame
A — Megan Carney, Syracuse
A — Eloise Clevenger, Maryland
A — Lindsey Frank, Richmond
A — Tai Jankowski, James Madison
A — Georgia Latch, Loyola
M — Shaylan Ahearn, Maryland
M — Sierra Cockerille, Syracuse
M — Mackenzie Hoeg, Virginia
M — Alyssa Long, North Carolina
DS — Abby Jenkins, Denver
D — Ellie Hollin, Penn State
D — Rachel Matey, James Madison
D — Brooklyn Walker-Welch, North Carolina
D — Emma Wightman, USC
G — Lauren Spence, Loyola