Lenoir-Rhyne’s Rachel Elmore has been selected to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association All-South Region second team, according to a press release from LRU Athletics.
Elmore, a senior midfielder, ranked second in the South Atlantic Conference and led the Bears with 62 goals this season. She finished her Lenoir-Rhyne career with 140 goals, 17 assists and a program-best 247 draw controls. Her scoring total trails only Lauren Donovan’s 167 goals for the most in program history.
This is the second straight year a Lenoir-Rhyne women’s lacrosse player has been named to the IWLCA all-region team after goalkeeper Ines Flueck was named to the second team last season.
Rangers’ No. 2 prospect makes Crawdads debut
Cole Winn, the Texas Rangers’ No. 2 prospect as ranked by MLB.com, was promoted to Hickory and made his Crawdads debut Thursday night, according to a press release from the Hickory Crawdads.
Winn, a 19-year-old pitcher who was the 15th overall draft pick last summer, allowed two runs and three hits in three innings against the Greenville Drive. The right-handed starter struck out a pair and walked two others while displaying a fastball that reached 97 miles per hour.
Hickory began a four-game series at Hagerstown on Friday and will return home May 21 to open an eight-game homestand.