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Senior co-captain Kylie Gregory was named to the Preseason All-MAAC Team
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Iona Lax Chosen Fourth In MAAC Preseason Poll

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          Release: 02/06/2013
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EDISON, NJ – The Iona College lacrosse team was chosen fourth in the 2013 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ poll, as announced by the conference office on Wednesday afternoon. 

The Two-time defending champions Canisius was chosen as the preseason favorites as determined by a vote of the conference's seven head coaches. Fairfield followed with a close second place finish, with Marist tapped in at third and Iona in fourth. Siena was ranked fifth, followed by Manhattan and Niagara to round out the voting.

Senior co-captain Kylie Gregory was the lone Gael named to the Preseason All-MAAC Team. Gregory was named to the All-MAAC First Team last season after scoring a team-high 42 goals, finishing with 58 points overall.

The Gaels will begin the season at Northeast Conference foe Sacred Heart on Feb. 20 before making their home debut three days later to take on the Huskies of the University of Connecticut on Feb. 23.

Preseason Coaches' Poll

1.

Canisius

44

2.

Fairfield

42

3.

Marist

33

4.

Iona

29

5.

Siena

26

6.

Manhattan

13

7.

Niagara

9

Preseason All-MAAC Team

Attack


Chloe Mangan

Fairfield

Melanie Raso

Fairfield

Kylie Gregory

Iona

Ashley Miller

Marist

Midfield


Morgan Leonard

Canisius

Lindsey Morgan

Canisius

Courtney Chmil

Fairfield

Jamie Romano

Marist

Katie Maguire

Siena

Defense


Gabby Kotas

Canisius

Christine Astarita

Marist

Amanda Peguillan

Siena

Goalkeeper


Katie Keenan

Fairfield

Preseason Player of the Year

Morgan Leonard

Canisius

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