June 23, 2014
    Two Hokies named to All-ACC Academic team
    Bromley, Macera honored

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Junior Cawley Bromley and sophomore Meghan Macera of the Virginia Tech lacrosse team were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Lacrosse Academic Team, as announced Monday by Commissioner John Swofford. This is the first of such honors for Bromley and the second for Macera. Syracuse senior Alyssa Murray has been named the 2014 ACC Women’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

    Bromley appeared in 16 games this season, making three starts. She finished her most productive year yet with 10 goals and seven assists on the season, including back-to-back four-point games midway through the season. She helped the Hokies to a much-needed road at William & Mary with three goals and an assist, then turned around to put up two goals and two assists against Coastal Carolina. A native of Cary, North Carolina, Bromley is majoring in human development with plans to work in elementary education.

    Macera started all 17 games for Tech this season. The sophomore finished the year second on the team in draw controls (49) and ground balls (36). She also gave the Hokies a great push on the offensive end, adding 20 goals and four assists on the season. Macera scored in each of Tech’s first five games and 13 of its 17 on the season. The Art major and Westminster, Maryland, native was also the recipient of the team’s Strength & Conditioning Award this postseason.

    Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Alyssa Murray, Syracuse

    2014 All-ACC Academic Women’s Lacrosse Team

    Moira Barry (4) Sr. Psychology Boston College

    Claire Blohm (3) Sr. Biology Boston College

    Sara Blue GS Administrative Studies Boston College

    Mikaela Rix (2) Jr. Finance Boston College

    Maddy Morrissey (3) Sr. Psychology Duke

    Taylor Virden (4) Sr. Visual & Media Studies Duke

    Sydney Peterson Sr. Political Science & History Duke

    Kerrin Maurer Jr. Political Science Duke

    Taylor Trimble (3) Jr. Public Policy Duke

    Megan Douty (2) Jr. Kinesiology Maryland

    Brooke Griffin (2) Sr. Kinesiology Maryland

    Halle Majorana (2) So. Letters & Science Maryland

    Zoe Stukenberg Fr. Biological Sciences Maryland

    Margaret Corzel Sr. Business Administration North Carolina

    Taylor George (3) Sr. Journalism North Carolina

    Sydney Holman Fr. Journalism North Carolina

    Sloane Serpe Sr. Communication Studies North Carolina

    Alexandra Dalton Fr. Undeclared Notre Dame

    Cortney Fortunato Fr. Undeclared Notre Dame

    Caitlin Gargan Jr. Marketing Notre Dame

    Devon Collins Jr. Finance Syracuse

    Amy Cross Sr. Inclusive Education Syracuse

    Natalie Glanell Sr. Comm. & Rhetorical Studies Syracuse

    Kailah Kempney Jr. Health & Exercise Science Syracuse

    Kasey Mock Sr. Inclusive Education Syracuse

    Alyssa Murray Sr. Child & Family Studies Syracuse

    Katie Webster Sr. Health & Exercise Science Syracuse

    Liza Blue (3) Jr. Kinesiology Virginia

    Liz Colgan Sr. Economics Virginia

    Lauren Goerz Sr. English Virginia

    Maddy Keeshan(2) Sr. History Virginia

    Courtney Swan(2) Jr. Kinesiology Virginia

    Cawley Bromley Jr. Human Development Virginia Tech

    Meghan Macera (2) So. Art Virginia Tech

    (#) – Career All-ACC Academic Honors

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