Two Cavaliers Named to IWLCA Academic Honor Roll

Megan Havrilla

July 27, 2007

Charlottesville - Virginia student-athletes Jess Wasilewski (Paoli, Pa.) and Megan Havrilla (Devon, Pa.) were both named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches' Association's (IWLCA) 2007 Academic Honor Roll, as announced by the organization. Wasilewski and Havrilla were both fourth-years that helped the Cavaliers win the 2007 ACC Tournament for the second consecutive year and advance to the NCAA finals.

Havrilla started all 23 games and ranked fifth on the team in scoring with 28 goals and 18 assists for 46 points, all career highs. She was named to the ACC All-Tournament team after helping Virginia win its second consecutive ACC title in April. Havrilla took her degree in economics in May.

Wasilewski was a consensus second-team All-American and earned All-ACC honors along with this All-Academic designation. The Philly native scored the game-winning goal in the NCAA semifinals over Duke, capping a 10-0 run to vault Virginia to the victory after being down 13-4 with 20 minutes to play in the game. A sociology major, Wasilewski took her degree in May.

The Cavaliers won a school-record 19 games en route to a 19-4 record that included the ACC title and a return trip to the NCAA final game, the fourth such trip in the last five years for Virginia.