Grand Lake, Colo. - Mercy's Hunter Isnardi was recently named the Division II Midfielder of the Year by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). Isnardi was also among four ECC standouts to earn All-America honors from the IWLCA.
Isnardi earns the DII Midfielder of the Year honor for the second straight year. She also claimed a spot on the All-America First Team for the third consecutive season. Isnardi put together a historic season in 2019, setting the ECC single-season record with 99 goals and the NCAA Division II career record with 310 goals. She also finished first in the ECC with 65 ground balls, 36 caused turnovers, and 198 draw controls.
Alyssa Mallery and Brianna Feldman of LIU Post and Anne Marie Ardito of NYIT join Isnardi as All-America honorees. Mallery was a Second Team pick after finishing second in the ECC with 83 goals on the year.
Feldman and Ardito were both Third Team selections. Feldman scored 67 goals on the year and Ardito was the ECC Defender of the Year after scooping up 46 ground balls and causing 32 turnovers.