DAVIDSON, N.C. - Presbyterian College women's lacrosse senior midfielder Kirstin Stenoien (Houston, Texas) earned All-National Lacrosse Conference Second Team honors, the league announced at its annual banquet on Saturday night.

Liz Davis (Alpharetta, Ga.), Laura Meade (Acworth, Ga.) and Melinda Vasconcellos (Waxhaw, N.C.) also earned spots on the NLC All-Academic Team.

Stenoien posted 29 goals and seven assists in her final season as a Blue hose, finishing second on the squad in goals and points (36).

The senior will leave PC as the program's career goal leader after scoring her 88th against Detroit on April 20. Stenoien ended the season with 94 goals and 119 points, ranking second in program history in points. She also holds the program record for games started (62) and shots (220).

Stenoien tallied a team-high five points in the season-ending win over Liberty on Saturday.

Meade takes All-Academic Team honors for the third straight year while Davis and Vasconcellos make the team for the second consecutive year. The trio fulfills requirements of being of at least sophomore standing, serving as a starter or key reserve and maintaining at least a 3.5 grade point average.