Schweizer and Kenul Named to IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic Team
BALTIMORE, MD – Johns Hopkins senior midfielder Haley Schweizer and junior attacker Emily Kenul have been selected for the IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic Teams it was announced this afternoon. Schweizer was named to the first team and Kenul was named to the second team.
Hopkins has now produced 44 IWCLA Division I All-Region honorees and 91 all-time. Of the 91 selections, 61 of those were first team honorees. Schweizer and Kenul are now eligible for inclusion on the IWLCA All-America teams, which will be announced on May 17.
Schweizer earns all-region honors for the fourth time in her career, while this is her first time making the first team. She is just the fifth player in school history to earn all-region accolades four times. An All-Big Ten honoree, Schweizer led the Blue Jays in points (47) and goals (36) while ranking second in draws (35) and caused turnovers (18) this season. She was also tied for fifth with 22 ground balls. Schweizer posted career highs in every statistical category in 2017 and more than doubled her career total in assists. She also had five hat tricks and tallied at least one point in 16 of Hopkins’ 18 games this season.
In school Division I history, Schweizer ranks 15th in career points (122), fourth in points by a midfielder, 10th in goals (103), ninth in draws (95) and tied for eighth in caused turnovers (66). In addition, she started and played more games (75) than any player in program history, Division I or Division III. In her final game, Schweizer totaled five points, including a hat trick, and controlled five draws at Maryland and was named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team.
Kenul earns IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic honors for the second time in her career, despite missing four games this season due to injury. She previously earned All-Big Ten honors this season. Kenul led the team in draws (39), while ranking third in goals (26) and assists (16) and fourth in points (42). She was also tied with Schweizer in ground balls (22) and ranked fifth in caused turnovers (11).
Kenul tallied five hat tricks and scored in 13 of the 14 games she played in this year. She also had five multi-assist games and had four or more draws six times. With just three seasons under her belt, Kenul ranks in the top 20 in school Division I history in points (129 • 13th), goals (82 • 19th), assists (47 • 9th) and draws (102 • T-7th).