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Olivia Jenner and Charlotte North
Jenner, North Selected to All-South Region Teams
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 05/21/2019
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DURHAM, N.C. – Two Blue Devils, senior Olivia Jenner and sophomore Charlotte North, were named to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association’s All-South Region teams Tuesday.

Jenner garnered all-region recognition for the second consecutive season, earning a spot on the All-South Region first team as a senior. North collected her first career all-region selection in being named to the second team.

Jenner wrapped up her collegiate career in impressive fashion, making the most of her senior season. The Duke co-captain headlined a draw control unit that ranked second nationally with an average of 18.7 draws per game, and as an individual was also eighth nationally in the statistical category. In her final game in a Duke uniform, Jenner set a program single-game record with 20 draw controls, marking the third most notched by any Division I player in a contest this spring. The Blue Devils’ all-time draw controls leader, Jenner topped 500 draws for her career in the regular season finale, rounding out the contest at 512, and surpassed her own program season record with 150 in 19 contests.

Jenner also put together a strong season on the attacking end, ranking second on the squad in goals (59) and points (82) and tying for first in assists (23). Her totals in each offensive category marked career bests.

Following a record-setting rookie campaign in 2018, North added several more milestones to her resume this spring. She surpassed the program’s seasons points (105) and goals (82) records, as well as the Blue Devils’ single-game points record with an 11-point output Feb. 13 against Presbyterian. The Dallas, Texas native led the Duke attack for the second straight year and ranked among the top five players in the country in both goals per game and points per game. North posted hat tricks in 15 of 19 contests on the season and rounded out the spring on a 24-game point-scoring streak dating back to last April.

North joined Jenner among the program’s all-time career scoring leaders after surpassing the 100-point and goal marks for her career this season. North was the fastest player in Duke history to reach both milestones.

Jenner and North were two of 128 Division I student-athletes selected to the 2019 IWLCA All-Region teams. These student-athletes are now eligible for inclusion on the organization’s All-America teams, which will be announced in mid-June.