EUGENE, Ore.- Senior Jana Drummond and sophomore Caroline Federighi were two of 128 student-athletes across Division I to be named to the IWLCA All-Regional squad for the West/Mid-West Region, as announced by the IWLCA today.
Drummond and Federighi, who earned second-team recognition, are now eligible for inclusion on the IWLCA All-American teams, which will be announced on May 27.
The duo are now the sixth and seventh Ducks to earn second-team distinction, joining Anna Poponyak (2009), Alicia Burkhart (2008, 2007), Ilsa van den Berg (2008), Brooke Dieringer (2007) and Jen May (2007).
Drummond played in all 19 games this season, leading the team in groundballs (31) and draw controls (57). Drummond tallied 33 goals, third best on the team and totaled 46 points for the season, which was fourth best on the team. The senior matched her career-high seven points against UC Davis on April 8 (16-13) where she scored a season-high six goals, while also grabbing a career-high seven draw controls in the 20-10 victory over Cincinnati on April 1. Drummond earned 2012 First-Team All-MPSF honors, was selected for the MPSF All-Tournament Team and was also tabbed as the MPSF Player of the Week on April 9 after scoring a total of 11 goals in key wins over Fresno State (21-4, April 6) and UC Davis. Drummond ends her career as the Oregon all-time goals scored leader with 146 and is ranked in the top five in points, ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers.
Federighi appeared in all 19 games in goal, logging a total of 917 minutes and 33 seconds in the 2012 season. Federighi amassed 141 saves and improved her goals against average to 9.15, down from 9.87 in the 2011 season. The sophomore had a .502 save percentage, saving a total of 141 shots and matched her season-high 13 saves in the NCAA Play-In game against Navy (May 5, 9-10). Federighi's save percentage is currently third in the nation and her GAA is ranked 14th. The Pleasanton, Calif. native is ranked third in school history in single-season saves with her 141 saves and is ranked first in school history for her 2012 single-season goals against average of 9.15. Federighi earned First-Team All-MPSF honors and was tabbed the MPSF All-Tournament MVP in Oregon's 13-10 win over Stanford to secure the Ducks' first MPSF Tournament title.
UO ended the season with a program-best 14 wins against a program-low five losses.
Dana Cahill, Penn State, Sr., G
Paige Cahill, Vanderbilt, Jr., D
Gabby Capuzzi, Ohio State, Sr., M
Ally Carey, Vanderbilt, Sr., M
Lizzy Carney, Penn State, So., D
Tatum Coffey, Penn State, Fr., M
Erin Fitzgerald, Northwestern, Sr., A
Alex Frank, Northwestern, Sr., D
Alayna Markwordt, Ohio State, Sr., A
Maggie McCormick, Penn State, Fr., A
Shannon Smith, Northwestern, Sr., A
Margaret Smith, Notre Dame, So., M
Barbara Sullivan, Notre Dame, Fr., D
Megan Takacs, California, Jr., A
Maggie Tamasitis, Notre Dame, Sr., A
Taylor Thornton, Northwestern, Jr., D
Emilie Boeri, Stanford, Sr., A
Nikki Boltja, Louisville, So., A
Mackenzie Cyr, Penn State, So., A
Elizabeth Datino, UC Davis, Jr., A
Kirsten Donahue, Ohio State, Sr., M
Jana Drummond, Oregon, Sr., M
Caroline Federighi, Oregon, So., G
Kate Henrich, Denver, Jr., D
Taylor Kuzma, Ohio State, So., D
Monica Negron, Louisville, So., D
Megan Oosting, Canisius, Sr., M
Lindsay Powell, Notre Dame, So., A
Caitlin Prince, Duquesne, So., A
Megan Sullivan, Notre Dame, Sr., M
Lacey Vigmostad, Northwestern, Sr., D
Liz Walker, Duquesne, Sr., G