Schallock, a freshman from Waukesha, Wis., put an exclamation point on what's been a big first season for the Marlins' rookie in Virginia Wesleyan's 11-8 ODAC quarterfinal win at Shenandoah. Seven days after setting the VWC rookie record for draw controls in a game against, she did it again with 12 more in additino to six of the Marlins' 11 tallies. She also picked up two ground balls. Schallock is now tied for first in the ODAC with 75 points powered by a conference-best 70 goals. Her 101 draw controls are second in the league.
Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll
Rachel Gruber, Bridgewater (So., GK - Fair Lawn, N.J.)
Gruber made 14 saves and posted a 60.9 save percentage in the Eagles 9-8 loss to Washington and Lee to end the regular season. She's first in the ODAC in save percentage (53.3%) and second in goals-against-average (7.78).
Eleanora Keene, Guilford (Sr., M - Wittman, Md.)
Keene capped her collegiate career in the Quakers' 21-3 win at Holllins. She scored five times and dished out four assists for a career-high nine points. She also pulled down 15 draws, picked up seven ground balls and caused five turnovers.
Hailey Bossert, Lynchburg (Sr., GK - San Diego, Calif.)
Bossert made 13 saves in the Hornets 10-5 win over Roanoke in the ODAC quarterfinals. She posted a 72.2 save percentage for the game.
Alicia Hsieh, Randolph-Macon (Fr., Ellicott City, Md.)
Hsieh scored four goals and dished out one assists in the Yellow Jackets 12-11 win over Shenandoah to lock up the second seed in the ODAC tournament. She also caused two turnovers and picked up two ground balls.
Lauren Procaccino, Washington and Lee (So., A - Manhassett, N.Y.)
Procaccino scored five times to help the 11th-ranked Generals to a 9-8 win over Bridgewater in the regular season finale. She leads W&L in points (49) and goals scored (38).