AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – Five Baldwin Wallace University women's lacrosse student-athletes have been announced to the 2020 Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference team.
In order to be selected to the Academic All-OAC team, a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing, maintain varsity status and have at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point average (GPA).
Senior defender Erika Davidson (East Aurora, N.Y.), junior defender Ireland Flores Rae (Sylvania/St. Ursula Academy), senior midfielder Jordan Paugh (South Lyon, Mich.), junior defender/midfielder Christina Roskoph (Strongsville), and senior defender Hannah Stein (Medina/Highland) are five of 45 Yellow Jacket student-athletes to be recognized this spring.
Davidson, who earns her third consecutive Academic All-OAC honor is a chemistry major carrying a 3.83 GPA. She is a Dean's List student and Jacket Scholar. For her career, Davidson has appeared in 43 games, recording one goal for one point, including 41 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers.
Flores Rae, who earns her second consecutive Academic All-OAC honor is a public health major carrying a 3.67 GPA. She is a Dean's List student and Jacket Scholar. For her career, Rae has appeared in 20 games, recording six ground balls and three caused turnovers.
Paugh, who earns her first career Academic All-OAC honor, is a biology and neuroscience double major carrying a 3.53 GPA. She is also a Dean's List student. For her career, Paugh has appeared in 51 games, recording 24 goals and 11 assists for 35 points, including 81 ground balls, 63 draw controls, and 43 caused turnovers. She is currently ranked eighth in draw controls, and ninth in both games played and caused turnovers on the program's all-time career leaderboards.
Roskoph, who earns her second consecutive Academic All-OAC honor, is a marketing and sport management double major carrying a 3.62 GPA. She is a Dean's List student and Jacket Scholar. For her career, Roskoph has appeared in 38 games, recording 13 goals and three assists for 16 points, including 40 ground balls, three draw controls, and 21 caused turnovers.
Stein, who earns her third consecutive Academic All-OAC honor, is an international business and finance double major carrying a 3.98 GPA. She is a Dean's List student, Jacket Scholar, and member of the Alpha Lambda Delta and Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Societies. Athletically, she is a three-time All-OAC selection, 2019 IWCLA All-Great Lakes Region first team selection, and 2019 OAC Defensive Player of the Year. For her career, Stein has appeared in 52 games, recording 43 goals and 10 assists for 53 points, including 114 ground balls, 229 draw controls, and 82 caused turnovers. She is the program record holder for draw controls in a game, season, and career, caused turnovers in a game, and free position shooting percentage in a game. She is also currently ranked fourth in caused turnovers, sixth in ground balls, seventh in free position shooting percentage, and eighth in games played, free position goals, and free position shots on the program's all-time career leaderboards.