E’leyna Garcia '14 was one of 48 students named to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association’s (IWLCA) All-America Team. An attacker, she earned third-team recognition and is the first Guilford student named to an IWLCA All-America squad in school history.
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The two-time First Team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) and IWLCA All-Region pick capped a brilliant college career this spring with a league-best 86 goals, Division III’s third-highest figure. Her 4.53 goals per game stand eighth in the country. She also had 20 assists for 106 points, second among league leaders and the nation’s 11th-best total through May 18.
A team captain, she set an NCAA Division III record by scoring at least one goal in 70 consecutive games.
E’leyna graduated May 17 with seven school records, including career points (364) and goals in a game (10, two times), season (99, 2013) and career (287). Her 287 career goals stand second in ODAC history and 11th in NCAA Division III history. She was a third-team selection to the 2013 SynapseSports.com Division III All-America Team.
She helped coach Sarah Lamphier’s Quakers to a 12-7 overall record (8-2 ODAC) and their first ODAC Tournament final appearance.