WICHITA – The KCAC released the second all-conference team prior to the start of the Postseason Tournament and nine members from the Raven Women's Lacrosse team earned a spot on this years squad.
The selections were headlined by Mary McEnerney, who was named the KCAC Women's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year while head coach Amanda Magee earned her second straight KCAC Women's Lacrosse Coach of the Year honor.
McEnereny was one of six Ravens to earn a spot on the first team. She was joined by Kacey Moore, Lizzie Darrow, Caitlyn Chickey, Claudia O'Connell and Antonia Nelson. In addition to the six spots on the first team, Marianna Brown, Riley Etter and Shannon Groe were also named to the second team.
In her first year with the team, McEnereny set a new school record for single-season goals. She entered the postseason with 33 and after scoring 11 times over the Ravens two tournament games, set the new scoring record with 44 goals. She added 14 assists to finish the season with a total of 48 points while converting on 73.3 percent of her shots on goal.
Chickey was named as a midfielder and draw specialist. She finished with 30 goals and 27 draw controls while adding nine assists. Darrow was named as an attacker. She finished with 29 goals, seven assists while converting at 60.4 percent on her shots on goal. Moore was named as an attacker. She was third on the team with 26 goals while she matched for a team high with 14 assists. O'Connell led the team with 19 caused turnovers as she was named as a defensive player. She also recorded 25 grounds balls. Nelson rounded out the first team selections as a defender. She finished the year with 12 caused turnovers, 25 grounds balls and one goal off four shots.
Brown finished the season with 26 points off 16 goals and 10 assists and was named as an attacker. Etter earned a spot on the second team as a midfielder scoring three goals with two assists. She also recorded five caused turnovers with eight ground balls. Groe rounded out the second team selections as a defensive player. She finished the season with six caused turnovers and 16 ground balls.
For Darrow, Chickey and Groe, their selections marked the second All-KCAC honors. Darrow was a first-team selection last season while Chickey and Groe were second team selections.
In their second year as a varsity sport, the Ravens won their second straight KCAC Regular Season Championship going undefeated in conference play. They finished the season with an overall record of 11-3.