May 27, 2014
WASHINGTON - Georgetown University seniors Meghan Farrell (Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Visitation), Hannah Franklin (Phoenix, Md./McDonogh School) and Kelyn Freedman (Newtown Square, Pa./Radnor) have been selected to play in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches' Association's 2014 Division I North-South Senior All-Star Game. They will join 40 other senior student-athletes in the event on June 7 at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa.
Farrell was the fourth-leading scorer for the Hoyas this past season. The attacker had 29 goals and nine assists for 38 points after starting all 20 games for the Blue & Gray. She was also 5-of-9 on free position shots and had 14 ground balls along with 10 caused turnovers.
In her career, Farrell finished with 56 goals and 23 assists for 79 points in 60 games played with 42 starts.
Franklin, a midfielder, earned a spot on the All-BIG EAST Second Team this past year marking her first postseason honor. The co-captain was fifth on the team in scoring with 25 goals and six assists for 31 points. She scored eight free position goals on the season in her 20 starts. Franklin was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll in the first week of the 2014 season.
She finished her career with 83 goals and 16 assists for 99 points in 72 games played with 43 starts to her credit. She ranks among the all-time Georgetown leaders in goals.
Freedman was a two-time All-South Region honoree and named First Team All-BIG EAST this past season marking the second conference award of her career, this time as a unanimous selection. She was selected the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week once in 2014 and led the team in goals with 37 and ranked second in points with 45. Freedman also posted eight assists. The co-captain led the squad in ground balls (33), draw controls (47), free-position goals (15) and was second in caused turnovers with 27.
The midfielder is ranked among the career and season all-time leaders in draw controls. She ranks among the career leaders in points (120), goals (98) and caused turnovers (68) as well as sitting at seventh on the all-time list in draw controls (135). Freedman is also among some of Georgetown's best in a season in both draw controls (46, 47) and caused turnovers (27).
Eleven players from the BIG EAST were named to the squads. Farrell, Franklin and Freedman will play on the South team along with two teammates from Villanova University.
Overall, the IWLCA selected 132 senior student-athletes spanning all three divisions.