Condon, Junior Named Women's Lacrosse All-Americans


PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania’s 2017 Ivy League championship season has been recognized with All-American honors as Alex Condon and Katy Junior have been named Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Americans.

The two All-American selections give Penn multiple All-Americans for the third year in a row.

Condon was named a second-team All-American, giving her back-to-back All-American selections after earning third-team honors in 2016. She is just the fifth multiple-time All-American in program history.

In addition, each was named an All-American by Inside Lacrosse magazine. Condon replicated her second team selection while Junior added another third team selection. Emily Rogers-Helaion and Britt Brown were recognized as honorable mention All-Americans by Inside Lacrosse.

About Alex Condon…
• 2017 Ivy League Midfielder of the Year
• 2017 First-Team All-Region
• 2017 First-Team All-Ivy
• 2017 First-Team All-ECAC
• Led Penn with 44 goals – ranked No. 5 in the Ivy League
• 44 goals are No. 4 all-time in a single season by a Quaker
• Second on the team with 55 points – ranked No. 9 in the Ivy League
• 55 points are No. 10 all-time in a single season by a Quaker
• Second on team with 21 caused turnovers
• Sixth on team with 21 ground balls
• Enters senior season ranked No. 13 all-time in career goals by a Penn player with 86
• Enters senior season ranked No. 22 all-time in career points by a Penn player with 101

Katy Junior was named third-team All-American, earning her first career All-American nod.

About Katy Junior…
• 2017 First-Team All-Region
• 2017 First-Team All-Ivy
• 2017 Second-Team All-ECAC
• Led team with 39 caused turnovers – ranked No. 2 in the Ivy League
• Led team with 42 ground balls – ranked No. 4 in the Ivy League

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