FREELAND, Mich. – Adrian College women's lacrosse senior Annie Rice was named to the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) All-Conference Second Team as an attacker the league office announced Tuesday, May 1. She set new career highs in goals, assists, points, draw controls, total shots, and shots on goal this season.
Rice had a career year in her final season, becoming just the third player in program history to reach the 100-assist mark in her career, finishing this year with 40 assists for a career total of 101. Her season total was good for second in the conference and her 20 assists in conference games led the MIAA. Her 101 career assists put her third on the all-time leaderboard for AC and her 40 this year are the third-most in a single season.
She was also effective scoring goals, finishing the year with 39 tallies, second on the team and 12th in the conference. Her 79 total points for the year led the Bulldogs and was 33 points more than second on the team. Rice finished third in the conference in points and ended her career with 199 points, the sixth most in program history. In addition to her points, she also scooped up 141 ground balls in her career, the fourth-most in program history.
This is Rice's third All-MIAA selection, joining her First Team attack selection in 2017 and her Second Team at-large bid during her freshman campaign in 2016. This is also Adrian's first All-Conference selection since the 2017 season. In addition to the three All-Conference awards, Rice was also named the MIAA's Offensive Player of the Week three times in her career, with twice of those coming this year.
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