Levy Earns National Honors
Lacrosse goalie named All-American by Jewish Sports Review
Contact: Ohio Media Relations
Levy earned First Team All-American honors from the Jewish Sports Review.
LOS ANGELES – Ohio sophomore goalkeeper Jayme Levy has been selected by the Jewish Sports Review as a 2005 Women’s Lacrosse First Team All-American, the publication recently announced.
Levy, a native of Reisterstown, Md., played 12 games in goal for the Bobcats in 2005, starting nine contests. She logged 551 minutes in the net and finished with a 9.86 goals-against average. Levy turned in her best outing of the season against Duquesne when she made ten saves and recorded a .625 save percentage.
The Bobcat lacrosse squad finished with a 5-11 record in 2005 under the direction of departed head coach Kate Brew. Allison Valentino, an assistant from Maryland, was introduced as the fifth head coach in the program’s history on July 15.
The Jewish Sports Review is a bi-monthly publication that covers a variety of major and minor sports around the world as well as international events. Each year the JSR selects Jewish All-America College teams in baseball, football, basketball, hockey, soccer, and lacrosse.