After a first round bye the sixth seeded Hoyas will face Virginia, who won a 12-6 game against Penn on Friday.
Tarzian named first team while Freedman, Hunter and Thomas earn second team honors.
Georgetown moves on to play Syracuse on Saturday, May 4, in the BIG EAST Championship final.
This will be the fourth time GU and SU have faced each other in the finals.
Second seed Georgetown takes on third seed Loyola (Md.) on Thursday night.
2013 BIG EAST Women's Lacrosse Finals
All-BIG EAST teams
Game photos from UConn at Georgetown Women's Lacrosse
W. Lax v. Louisville, Mar. 24, 2013
No. 11/8 Georgetown Comeback Falls Short Against No. 6/5 Duke
2012- A Second Team All-America honoree ... Named First Team All-South Region ... Earned First Team All-BIG EAST ... A Tewaaraton Trophy Nominee ... Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week and had a spot on the weekly honor roll ... Appeared in all 17 games with nine starts to her credit ... Led the Hoyas with 46 points on a team-best 38 goals and eight assists ... Fourth on the squad in caused turnovers with 18 ... Picked up 17 ground balls and had 14 draw controls ... Scored three games winners on the season including Delaware, North Carolina and Penn, two of the victories were over ranked opponents ... Notched six goals and one assist in the Penn win ... Had five goals and an assists in the win at Louisville ... Scored four goals against Loyola (Md.)... Managed four draw controls at Syracuse ... Caused four turnovers against Delaware in the season opener.
2011- A Third Team All-America selection ... Won BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year and a First Team All-BIG EAST honoree ... Named All-South Region ... A three-time BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll recipient ... Ranked 21st in career caused turnovers with 56 ... Tied for ninth all time with 33 caused turnovers in a season ... Appeared in all 17 games with 10 starts to her credit ... Led the Hoyas in goals with 37 as well as eight assists for 45 points to rank second in scoring ... Picked up a squad-best 42 ground balls and ranked third on draw controls with 24 ... Defensively, caused a team-high 33 turnovers ... Tallied six goals in the win over Connecticut as well as five goals in the Louisville victory ... Scored in every game but one with multiple goals in 10 contests ... Notched the game winner against Connecticut ... Had five ground balls against Rutgers and multiple pick ups on 13 occasions ... Tallied four draw controls against Northwestern ... Posted seven caused turnovers in the Louisville victory.
2010 - Won the Sheehan Stanwick Rookie of the Year Award ... Appeared in all 19 games ... Was fifth on the squad with 18 goals and sixth in points with 20 ... Ranked second on the team with 33 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers ... Picked up four ground balls in each of the games against Syracuse, Louisville and North Carolina.
Prior to Georgetown - A First Team All-American at Maryvale Prep ... Selected as Baltimore Sun All-Metro in 2009 ... Tabbed All-Baltimore County for three-consecutive seasons ... A two-time high school MVP ... Played club with classmates Abbie Bisbee and Kelsi Bozel for TLC ... Voted as her class representative for four years ... An all-conference soccer player.