AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Athletic Conference announced its yearly accolades. This year Capital University women's lacrosse had seven selections, led by Regan Hanood, Kara Hines and Shannon Walton, who all made the first team.
Junior attacker Regan Hanood (Pickerington, Ohio / Pickerington North) was awarded First Team All-OAC for the first time in her career. Hanood dished out 34 assists, which was third best in the conference. She added 20 goals and finished tied for sixth in the OAC with 54 points. Hanood scooped up 18 ground balls and two draw controls. She posted a season best eight points, with three goals and five assists, against Johnson and Wales on March 2. Hanood currently has 64 assists and 56 goals in her career.
For the third year in a row, junior midfielder Kara Hines (Columbus, Ohio / Worthington Kilbourne) was named to the All-OAC first team. Hines led the team and finished third in the OAC with 50 goals. She finished third in the conference with 74 draw controls. With her 53 points, Hines was tied for eighth in the OAC. Offensively, she added three assists. On the defensive side of the field, Hines forced 16 turnovers and collected 33 ground balls. She tied a career-high with eight goals against Heidelberg University on April 22. Hines has tallied 182 points, with 172 goals and 10 assists for her career.
Rounding out the first-teamers is senior defender Shannon Walton (Fairview Park, Ohio / Magnificat). Walton picked up her first First Team All-OAC nod to go along with her previous Second Team All-OAC and honorable mention. She led the team and ranked tied for sixth in the OAC with 25 caused turnovers. Walton scored two goals on the season. She tied a career-high five caused turnovers against Baldwin Wallace University on April 8. Walton finished her career with 114 ground balls, 74 draw controls, 72 caused turnovers, 61 points, 47 goals, and 14 assists.
Senior midfielder Korri Titus (Pickerington, Ohio / Pickerington North) grabbed her fourth All-OAC team honor, with a Second Team All-OAC award. She was awarded a second team nod for the third time in her career to go along with a First Team All-OAC nomination. Titus ended the season third on the team with 25 goals and added 15 assists. She collected 27 ground balls, forced 17 turnovers and won two draw controls. She posted a season-high five goals against Wittenberg University on March 22. This season, Titus collected her 200th point against Ohio Northern University on April 29.
With her first All-OAC selection, sophomore midfielder Makenna Ozenghar (Youngstown, Ohio / Cardinal Mooney) earned Second Team All-OAC. Ozenghar scored 24 goals, which put her fourth on the team. She ranked second on the team with 41 draw controls. Ozenghar collected 44 ground balls, caused 16 turnovers, and had 11 assists. She set a career-high with five goals against Otterbein University on April 2.
Senior defender Alexis Juergensen (Canton, Ohio / Jackson) picked up her fourth consecutive All-OAC nod, with a Second Team All-OAC honor. She grabbed 20 ground balls, caused 15 turnovers, won three draw controls, notched an assist, and scored a goal. Juergensen forced a season-high three turnovers against Wittenberg on March 22.
Rounding out the OAC honors, is senior goaltender Maddie Wilson (Chagrin Falls, Ohio / Chagrin Falls) with an All-OAC honorable mention nod. Wilson earned her fourth consecutive All-OAC honor. She finished second in the OAC with a 50.3 save percentage and second in the conference with a 7.09 goals-against average. Wilson finished ranked third in the OAC with 93 goals against. She set a career-high 24 saves in the season opener against Cabrini University. Wilson finished her career with 427 saves and a 41-18 record.