Bre Hudgins and Erin Roos Named IWLCA All-Region

Bre Hudgins and Erin Roos Named IWLCA All-Region

PROVIDENCE, RI - Brown juniors Bre Hudgins (Syracuse, NY) and Erin Roos (Wilmette, IL) have been named Second Team IWLCA Northeast All-Region. The duo are among 128 Division I student-athletes selected to one of the All-Region teams for 2013 and are among 14 student-athletes from the Ivy League to be recognized with this honor.

A First Team All-Ivy honoree, Hudgins finished the year as Brown's leading scorer with 49 points (37g, 12a), which ranks 10th all-time at Brown for points in a season. Her 37 goals rank sixth all-time at Brown for goals in a season, tying the mark she set as a freshman in 2011. She started all 15 games on attack and was also second on the team with 51 draw controls. Hudgins scored at least one goal in all 15 games and had 11 multi-goal games, scoring a season-high five goals in the Bears' overtime victory over Columbia. She also scored four goals against George Mason and Princeton. Hudgins also earned at least one draw control in every single game this season, winning a season-high six against both Columbia and Holy Cross with five against Boston College. One of the Bears' top scorers in each of her first three seasons, Hudgins will enter her senior campaign ranked 10th all-time at Brown with 120 career points, ninth all-time with 96 career goals, and 16th all-time with 24 career assists. She is also fourth all-time with 98 career draw controls. 

A Second Team All-Ivy honoree, Roos is one of the Bears' top defenders. She led Brown for the second straight year in both ground balls (27) and caused turnovers (25) and also contributed 15 draw controls, fourth on the team. Her 25 caused turnovers in 2013 rank eighth all-time at Brown. A steady defender, Roos committed just six turnovers all season and was regularly used to mark some of the strongest opposing attackers. A three-year starter, Roos started all 15 games and had a season-high three caused turnovers against Princeton, Harvard and Boston College. She finished the season ranked 22nd in the nation with 1.67 caused turnovers per game and helped Brown's defense earn a team GAA of 8.93. Roos will enter her senior season already ranked seventh all-time at Brown with 58 career caused turnovers.

Courtney Bennett, Dartmouth, Sr., M
Becca Block, Syracuse, Sr., D
Hana Bowers, Dartmouth, Sr., A
Danielle Estrasco, Boston University, Sr., A
Katie Ferris, UMass, Jr., A
Kate Ivory, Cornell, Sr., D
Lauren Kahn, UConn, Jr., M
Kathleen Lennon, Albany, Jr., D
Kelsey McGovern, UMass, Jr., D
Alyssa Murray, Syracuse, Jr., A
Shannon Nee, UConn, Fr., GK
Mikaela Rix, Boston College, So., A
Covie Stanwick, Boston College, So., A
Lindsay Toppe, Cornell, So., A
Kayla Treanor, Syracuse, Fr., A
Michelle Tumolo, Syracuse, Sr., A

Jessica Antelmi, Albany, Sr., M
Linley Block, Syracuse, Sr., D
Rachel Burek, Albany, Sr., A
Micaela Cyr, Harvard, Sr., A
Bridget Daley, Syracuse, Sr., M
Nicole Daniggelis, Yale, Fr., A
Tanner Guarino, UMass, Jr., M
Bre Hudgins, Brown, Jr., A
Kelsey Johnson, Dartmouth, Sr., D
Katie Keenan, Fairfield, Sr., GK
Sydney Mas, Vermont, Jr., A
Kate McCarthy, Boston College, Jr., M
Kacey Pippitt, UConn, Jr., A
Erin Roos, Brown, Jr., D
Sam Rush, UMass, Jr., A
Kelsey Sheridan, UMass, Jr., D