Corie Hack Earns Third-Team All-America Honors from IWLCA

Corie Hack Earns Third-Team All-America Honors from IWLCA

CLAREMONT, Calif. - Senior Corie Hack earned Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-America Third-Team honors for the 2019 season, the organization announced today during its Division III All-America special on the Lax Sports Network.

Hack was one of only 57 players honored nationally on the three All-America teams, marking the second year in a row that the Athenas have had a player chosen, after midfielder Evan Murphy was a second-team selection a year ago. Prior to last year, CMS most recently received All-America selections from the IWLCA in 2011, when Madi Shove and Sarah Dick were both chosen (including Dick for the third year in a row). 

Hack earned her way on to this year's team by leading CMS to a 16-3 record and its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. She scored 72 goals and added 14 assists to set career-bests in both goals and points (86), while capturing the SCIAC Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season. Her 72 goals and 86 points also both rank third in CMS history for a single-season. 

On the career lists, Hack became only the third player in program history to record 200 career goals (213), joining Shove and Dick, finishing her career in second place on the CMS all-time list behind Shove's 251. She reached the 200-goal milestone with a six-goal effort on her Senior Day, a win over Pomona-Pitzer which capped off the third straight 10-0 regular season in league play for the Athenas. Her 252 career points 

Over the course of the 2019 season, Hack scored in all 19 games, while being held to only one goal just once (the first meeting with Pomona-Pitzer, which was a 9-5 CMS win). She ended her career by scoring in each of her last 66 games, and in 71 of 72 in her career, being shut out only by Montclair State in her sixth game as a first-year player in 2016. 

In addition to her All-America honors, Hack was one of four CMS players chosen to the IWLCA West-Region team, as she was joined on the first team by sophomore attack Sally Abel and junior defender Zoe Ryan, while junior midfielder Allie Hill was named second-team all-region. The four of them were also joined by first-year midfielder Alex Futterman and first-year goalie Emma Goldfield as first-team All-SCIAC selections, while first-year midfielder Sammie Cohen and junior defender Kira Weiss were on the second team. Hack is the only senior among that group as CMS will head into next year looking to win its fourth league title in a row.