Three Harvard seniors last week were named to the Brine-Intercollegiate Women's Lacrour Association's All-America team.
Jennifer Greeley, Line Black and Ellen O'Neill were each named second team All-Americans by the association.
The trio backboned this year's Harvard women's lacrosse squad, which posted an 11-4 record and captured its fifth consecutive Ivy League title.
The prestigious accolades came one week after all there earned sports on the All-Ivy team.
Greeley, a Wellesley, Mass. native, was named the Ivy League Player of the Year after leading the Crimson to its second consecutive 6-0 Ivy mark. She also earned first team All-Ivy honors for her efforts, which included a 28 point campaign on 18 goals and 10 assists.
This year marks the first time Greeley--a four-time soccer All-American--found her way on to an All-American lacrosse squad.
Black, who also earned first team All-Ivy honors, led Harvard in goals (35), assists (13), and points (48).
O'Neill, meanwhile, found her way on to the All-America squad for the second straight year. The Crimson's most steady defender. O'Neill--who earned second team All-America accolades last year, too--was among the team's leaders in groundballs and interceptions.