Brehm ranked in the top 10 in the Atlantic East in several categories. Brehm tied for fifth in the conference in caused turnovers (35), seventh in goals (51) and tied for eighth in points (64). Brehm wrapped up one of the best careers in Wesley women's lacrosse history with 146 points, 130 ground balls, 114 draw controls, 114 goals, 85 caused turnovers.
Caldarelli paced the Wesley defensive efforts all year and was a key part in getting successful clears. She tallied 52 ground balls and 32 caused turnovers in 2019, which put her fifth and ninth in the conference respectively.
It is the first time Wesley has been represented on an all-conference team since Jorden Lutz collected All-Capital Athletic Conference Second Team honors in 2014.