Carr continues to bring in the postseason honors as the Jackson, N.J. native has also been named the ECAC Offensive Player of the Year, an All-ECAC first team selection, an NFHCA South Atlantic All-Region first team selection, the NJAC Midfielder of the Year and an All-NJAC first team selection.
LaMaina earns her second straight appearance on the Synapse Sports All-American team, after being selected to the third team in 2016. The Oaklyn, N.J. native continues to rack up the postseason accolades as she was named an All-ECAC first team selection, an NFHCA South Atlantic All-Region first team selection, the NJAC Defensive Player of the Year and an All-NJAC first team selection.
Nationally, LaMaina finished 14th in assists per game and 59th in points per game, while Carr finished 47th in points per game and 48th in goals per game.
Carr and LaMaina become just the second and third players in program history to be selected to the first team. The seniors join Olivia Triano who was selected to the first team in 2011.