Forest, Va. -- Six University of Lynchburg women's lacrosse players earned All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors, the league office announced with its postseason awards Wednesday afternoon.
Junior attackman Kelsi Trevisan (West Chester, Pa.) earned a second-team spot, while senior midfielder Kaleigh Ridgley (Reistertown, Md.), junior defender Erin Gardner (Stewartsville, N.J.) and senior defender Joanna Perry (Ipswich, Mass.).
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Sandoval becomes a three-time first-team all-league selection. She led the team in assists (39) and caused turnovers (23) and was second among Hornet players with 34 goals this season.
O'Leary moves up to the first team after winning second-team honors as a junior. She ranked tops on the Hornets in draw controls (76) and ground balls (42) and was second on the team in caused turnovers (21).
Trevisan enjoyed a career year as she repeated on the second team. The junior scored a team-high 50 goals and was second on the team with 23. She had 17 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers.
Ridgley was one of the team's go-to options at the draw, ranking third on the team with 40 draw controls and ranked fifth with 23 ground balls. She scored 16 goals as well.
Gardner ranked second on the squad with 48 draw controls and 34 ground balls. Her 15 caused turnovers tied for fourth on the team.
Perry, a first-time all-conference honoree, ranked third on the team with 28 ground balls and 20 caused turnovers.
The Hornets' six all-conference awardees are the program's most since 2016.
Lynchburg finished the season with a 9-8 record and a 6-3 mark in ODAC play. It was the program's fifth-straight winning season.
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