Stags Rack Up Spring All-Conference Honors

Stags Rack Up Spring All-Conference Honors

Kelly Horning '21

Kelly Horning '21 earned her third career All-MAAC First Team selection.

Fairfield has collected 29 distinctions to date.

Twenty-nine Fairfield student-athletes have earned all-conference honors thus far in the spring of 2022. Stags have collected All-MAAC recognition in golf, tennis, women’s lacrosse, softball, and women’s rowing, in addition to four All-CAA honors for men’s lacrosse.

Highlighting the list are Kaya Gore ’22 and Sandra Bozinovic M’22, who were named the MAAC Men’s and Women’s Tennis Players of the Year. Gore was one of five All-MAAC selections on the men’s side while Bozinovic was one of seven women tabbed for the all-conference team.

On the golf course, Killian McGinley ’23 and Jason Salameno ’22 tied for seventh place at the MAAC Championship, helping the Stags to a third-place team finish at Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course in Orlando.

Fairfield Women’s Lacrosse collected a quartet of All-MAAC honors on their way to a fourth-straight MAAC Championship. Kelly Horning ’21 and Caroline Mangan ’22 were both named to the First Team with Nicollette LaVista ’22 and Elizabeth Talluto ’23 each landing on the Second Team.

Fairfield native Jack McKenna ’25 led the rundown of Men’s Lacrosse selections as he was named the 2022 CAA Rookie of the Year. In addition, Taylor Strough ’21 earned the Stags’ first All-CAA First Team nod since 2016, with McKenna, Mike Drake M’22 and Braden Lynch ’24 all selected to the Second Team.

Another Rookie of the Year headlined the ledger for Fairfield Softball as Charli Warren was named the MAAC co-Rookie of the Year as well as the team’s lone All-MAAC First Team pick. Katie Kudlacik ’22 and Haley Updegraff ’23 both earned a place on the All-MAAC Second Team.

Rounding out the honorees to date is a quartet that helped guide Fairfield Women’s Rowing to third place as last Sunday’s MAAC Championship. Christina Caruso ’23 and Ana McDonough ’22 were named to the First Team with Arden Costello ’25 and Chloe Lennon ’23 both claiming Second Team laurels.

All-MAAC selections for Fairfield Baseball will be unveiled next week as the Stags head to Clover Stadium in Pomona, N.Y., for the 2022 MAAC Championship.  

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Last modified: 05-20-22 9:35 AM


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