YORK, Pa. – Wesley College's Alyssa Batty, Jen Jacobs and Jorden Lutz, have been named to the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Second Team, it was announced by the league office on Friday afternoon. This is the first time that any of the three players have received All-Conference honors and this is the most selections that the Wolverines have had earn All-CAC recognition since joining the conference in 2008.
A senior goalkeeper from Chalfont, Pa., Batty led the CAC with 188 saves, which ranked fourth in NCAA Division III, and second in save percentage (53.1), placing 12th in the nation. Her 12.5 saves per game also led the conference and ranked ninth nationally. Batty broke the Wesley College career record for saves during her junior season and finished her career with 705 saves.
The all-time leading goal scorer in Wesley College history, Jacobs ranked third in the CAC in goals (31) and eighth in points (48) at the end of the regular season. A native of Aberdeen, Md., Jacobs also tallied 19 ground balls, 11 draw controls and eight caused turnovers in her final season with the Wolverines. Jacobs finished her career with 152 goals, while ranking second in school-history with 179 points and sixth in assists (27).
Lutz has been Wesley's top defender in all three of her seasons, and this year the native of Collingswood, N.J., took her game to a new level within arguably the top women's lacrosse conference in the Nation. Lutz ranked second in the CAC with 38 caused turnovers, ranking 18th in Nation with 2.53 per game, and third with 51 ground balls. Lutz also had a career year on the offensive side of the ball, recording career-highs in goals (4), assists (6) and points (10).
The Wolverines finished the 2013 season with a 6-9 overall mark.