William and Mary baseball senior Charley Gould and sophomore Cullen Large were named to the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings Second Team All-East Region team.
Gould was drafted in the 26th round of the MLB Draft Saturday by the Oakland Athletics after leading the Tribe with a .329 batting average. He had five homers, 46 RBI, and scored 52 runs.
Large hit .328 with seven home runs and 46 RBI.
The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. It has over 8,200 members that represent all 50 states and 23 countries.
Junior defender Abby Junior has been selected to the VaSID University Division Women's Lacrosse All-State First Team.
The honor marks the second time Junior has garnered all-state distinction.
Junior was one of the top players in the Colonial Athletic Association in the spring, picking up first-team all-league honors after ranking second in the conference in both ground balls per game (2.44) and caused turnovers per game (1.94).
The Wayne, Pa., native is fifth in school history with 80 caused turnovers in her career.
Associate head swimming coach Chris Carter was named the National Rising Assistant Coach of the Year by CollegeSwimming.com on Tuesday.
The award honors fledgling assistant coaches and was decided on this year by both a fan vote on Twitter and by voting from a juried panel.
Carter recently finished his fourth year as an assistant at W&M, helping the Tribe men's and women's teams sweep the Colonial Athletic Association titles for the first time.
The women's tennis incoming freshman class was ranked 21st nationally by the Tennis Recruiting Network.
The trio of Rosie Cheng (Auckland, New Zealand), Charlotte Madson (Pittsburgh, Pa.) and Natalia Perry (Export, Pa.) comprise the class that also ranked third in the Tennis Recruiting Network's Mid-Major Top 25 behind Pepperdine and Fresno State.