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2019 Landmark Conference Women's Lacrosse Standings
|The Catholic University of America||7-0||17-5|
|The University of Scranton||6-1||16-3|
2018 Landmark Conference Women's Lacrosse Standings
|The Catholic University of America||7-0||15-7|
|The University of Scranton||6-1||12-7|
|The Catholic University of America||6-0||14-5|
|The University of Scranton||4-2||11-6|
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TOWSON, Md. --- After the completion of the spring season, Moravian College claimed the top spot to lead the Landmark Presidents’ Trophy standings. The Greyhounds earned three spring titles.
TOWSON, Md. --- The Landmark Conference has named 74 student-athletes including nine from Moravian College to the 2019 Spring All-Sportsmanship Team. The All-Sportsmanship Team includes one student-athlete from each institution for each sport and is selected by the players and coaches from their respective team.
TOWSON, Md. --- The Landmark Conference has announced its 2019 Landmark Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll, which recognized 81 student-athletes from Moravian College. The honorees were selected from all eight Landmark Conference institutions with a total of 593 student-athletes.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. --- Moravian College honored its 2019 senior student-athletes at the annual Senior Athletics Awards Banquet Wednesday night in Johnston Hall. Softball standout Kat Spilman was named the Outstanding Senior Female Athletes while men’s basketball player Oneil Holder was honored with the Outstanding Senior Male Athlete award. The Blue & Grey Scholar Athlete awards were presented to women’s soccer student-athlete Paige Kovacs and football player Nick Zambelli. The H.T.D. Gillespie Award for outstanding service to Moravian’s athletics program was presented to Terry Eddinger and Marty Jo Moyle.
TOWSON, Md. --- Moravian College junior attack Liz Bill has been selected as the 2019 Landmark Conference Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Conference First Team while senior attack Jillian Picciuto, sophomore attack Meaghan McMullan, sophomore defender Olivia Clearie and freshman midfielder Lindsey Strohl were named to the All-Conference Second Team.