GRAND LAKE, Colo. – Baldwin Wallace University junior All-Ohio Athletic Conference defender Hannah Stein (Medina/Highland) has been named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Great Lakes Region team.
Stein and the rest of the honorees are now eligible to be named to the IWLCA All-American team, which will be announced in mid-June. She is one of four OAC student-athletes to land on the All-Great Lakes Region first team.
The reigning OAC Defensive Player of the Year, Stein now earns her first career IWLCA All-Great Lakes Region honor. This season, she led the team, finished third in the OAC and broke a single-season school record with a career-best 94 draw controls. Additionally, Stein tied for third in the conference with her team-leading and career-high 40 caused turnovers and also grabbed a career-best 54 ground balls, second on the team and sixth in the OAC. The junior wrote her name on two other school records in 2019 – tying her previous single-game draw control mark of 13 against Marietta College and also tying the previous single-game record of eight caused turnovers against the University of Mount Union.
For her career, Stein has appeared in 45 games with 44 starts and has recorded 38 goals, nine assists, 47 points, 95 ground balls, 177 draw controls and 71 caused turnovers. All-time, she currently ranks second in draw controls, fourth in caused turnovers and seventh in ground balls. Stein is also a three-time All-OAC selection.
BW finished the 2019 season with a 9-7 record and a 6-2 mark in the OAC, advancing to the conference tournament for the sixth consecutive season.