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Women's Lacrosse Named Division II IWLCA Academic Squad

GRAND LAKE, Colo. – Florida Southern was one of 19 NCAA Division II schools to earn IWLCA (Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association) All-Academic Squad honors for the 2011-12 season, it was announced by the organization on Monday afternoon.

FSC was one of two Sunshine State schools honored by the IWLCA as the Moccasins were joined by Rollins. 

In order to earn an IWLCA Academic Squad honor, a team must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher for the 2011-12 school year. Among the 19 D-II schools honored were NCAA runner-up West Chester and two other schools that participated in the 2012 NCAA Championships. 

The Mocs, who completed its inaugural season this past spring with a 12-4 record, finished the season ranked 14th in the final Division II poll and were ranked eighth in Division II in both scoring offense and scoring defense. Moccasin head coach Kara Reber earned Independent Coach of the Year honors, while Megan Asper (Parkton, Md.) was named as the Independent Freshman of the Year after leading FSC in scoring with 38 goals. 

Listed below are the 19 Division II schools that earned Academic Squad honors.

2012 IWLCA Academic Squads
       Dowling College
       Florida Southern
       Franklin Pierce
       Georgian Court
       Grand Valley State
       Indiana [PA]
       Lake Erie College
       Limestone College
       Merrimack College
       Millersville [PA]
       Molloy College
       Philadelphia University
       Queens University of Charlotte
       Rollins College
       Seton Hill
       Slippery Rock
       West Chester

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