Four Gwinnett County standouts have been named U.S. Lacrosse All-Americans.
Mill Creek led the way with two All-Americans, midfielder Lyndsey Lewis and attack Sara Grieco. Lewis, voted Gwinnett’s midfielder of the year by the coaches as a senior, had 80 goals, 34 assists, 88 draw controls, 22 groundballs and 18 caused turnovers for the Hawks’ state runner-up team. Grieco, the Daily Post player of the year, had 93 goals, 34 assists, 100 draw controls and 25 groundballs.
They were joined on the girls All-American team by Wesleyan’s Tabitha Conrad, who was voted Gwinnett’s defender of the year. She had five goals, three assists, 29 groundballs, 96 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers last season.
Buford goalie Taylor Lewis was on the boys All-American list. Gwinnett’s goalie of the year award-winner made 153 saves with a .590 save percentage as the Wolves made the state semifinals.
U.S. Lacrosse also recognized three Gwinnett athletes with spots on its All-Academic Team. Wesleyan attack Chloe Hangartner and Mill Creek midfielder Sarah Fanczi made the girls list, while Collins Hill’s Carter Bridge was on the boys academic team.