KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Elizabethtown's Lydia Lawson adds another accolade to her resume as the senior earned Second Team United Soccer Coaches (USC) Women's Scholar All-America honors on Wednesday.
Earlier in the week, Lawson became the first player in program history be named to the USC (formerly NSCAA) Women's Scholar All-Region First Team and only the fourth time an Elizabethtown women's soccer player has collected the accolade.
The Occupational Therapy major, Lawson completed her final season becoming the fifth All-American in program history. She also earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honors; only the 37th time an Elizabethtown athlete has been acknowledged by the organization.
Lawson earned Offensive Player of the Tear honors within the Landmark for the third straight year. The senior finished her final season on a high note, scoring a league-leading 22 goals and 49 points, and set multiple Landmark records. Lawson finishes her impressive career as the Landmark career record holder in goals (62) and points (137). She is also the season record holder in conference matches with 11 goals and 24 points.