Landry Earns Spot On All-MPSF Rolls

Junior Elizabeth Landry picked up her second All-MPSF award.<br>(Mark Honbo, Athletics Communications)
 
Junior Elizabeth Landry picked up her second All-MPSF award.
(Mark Honbo, Athletics Communications)
 

April 30, 2014

DAVIS, Calif. - Junior midfielder Elizabeth Landry made the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's lacrosse second team, it was announced by the conference office on Wednesday afternoon. A former Newcomer of the Year and first-team honoreee, Landry was the lone UC Davis player among the two all-conference squads.

The Acalanes High School alumna finished the season with team highs of 48 goals, 18 assists, 66 total points, 113 shots, 15-for-34 shooting on eight-meter chances and 59 draw controls. She also had 16 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers. Landry captured MPSF Offensive Player of the Week honors in the final week of the regular season, having scored a career-high seven goals against Saint Mary's in UC Davis' season finale on April 25.

Through Sunday's games, Landry's average of 4.13 points per game leads the MPSF and ranks 16th nationally. Her 3.0 goals per game ties for the conference lead and puts her 12th among her Division I peers. Landry also ranks third in the conference in draw controls and eighth in assists.

Landry previously won first-team All-MPSF distinction in 2012, when she scored 38 goals and set a school record of 72 draw controls. She split MPSF Newcomer of the Year honors with Denver's Jill Remenapp.

Stanford's Hannah Farr won Player of the Year, Colorado's Paige Soenksen captured Rookie of the Year and Denver's Liza Kelly garnered Coach of the Year accolades this season.

UC Davis finished 8-8 overall and 3-6 in MPSF play in 2014.