Jenn Webb, Julie Tice Named to All-America Teams
PSU Women's Lacrosse Honored With Two All-America Selections
May 23, 2000 ; DURHAM, N.C.- Penn State's Julie Tice (Arnold, Md.) and Jennifer Webb (Shaker Heights, Ohio) have been named to the 2000 Brine/Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-America teams, committee chair Kerstin Kimel announced late Monday.
Tice, a senior attack, earned third-team All-America honors. She paced the Nittany Lions in scoring, tallying 26 goals, 33 assists, and 59 points. During her senior campaign, Tice became PSU's career assist leader, recording 115 assists in 60 games, snapping Marsha Florio's 15-year-old record of 109 assists in 65 contests. Tice also holds the NCAA record for assists in the NCAA Tournament with 11, set last season when she led the country in assists per game. The honor is her second national accolade. As a junior, Tice received second-team All-America recognition.
"Julie is an outstanding attacker," said Penn State head coach Karen Schnellenbach. "Her field vision and stick skills enable her to assist any attacker and make it look effortless."
Webb, a senior midfielder, earned second-team All-America honors. The team captain, who played in every PSU lacrosse game since the beginning of the 1997 season, finished second in team scoring with 45 goals, 13 assists, and 58 points. Her goal against Vanderbilt marked the 100th of her career. Selected to the NCAA all-tournament team at the 1999 final four, Webb also served as president of PSU's Student Athlete Advisory Board. The honor is her second national accolade. As a junior, Webb received third-team All-America recognition.
"Jenn is a leader both on and off the field," Schnellenbach said. "Her passion for the game was evident in every match she played."
Penn State (8-9 overall) finished its 2000 campaign ranked No. 14 nationally.