Four Women's Soccer Tigers Earn All-Ivy Honors
Princeton women's soccer players Sara Chehrehsa, Jen Hoy, Lauren Lazo and Kim Menafra were named to All-Ivy League teams, the league office announced Thursday, Nov. 10.
View the complete All-Ivy League teams here.
Chehrehsa, a senior midfielder, and Hoy, a junior forward, earned first-team All-Ivy League honors as the pair combined for 30 points on the just-completed season.
Chehrehsa had two goals and five assists for nine points on the way to her first All-Ivy League honor. Hoy led Princeton with eight goals and five assists for 21 points to make her way onto the league's first team after receiving a second-team honor in 2010.
Menafra, a senior defender, and Lazo, a freshman forward, earned honorable mention All-Ivy League in the first All-Ivy honor for each. Menafra started all 50 games over the final three years after missing her freshman season due to injury. Lazo was second on the team with four goals and 12 points, four assists among them.
Princeton received four All-Ivy honors for the third straight year and has been awarded no fewer than three all-league honors annually since 1997.