Moris (Whitebear Township, Minn.) was named to the All-MWLC second team along with earning freshman of the year honors. The freshman attacker started in all 17 games leading Marian with 64 goals, fifth in the MWLC, and 12 assists for a total of 76 points, also fifth in the conference. During the season, she had eight games with at least five points including a pair of 10-point games against Monmouth and Johnson & Wales. Her impact went beyond just scoring, however, as Moris finished tied atop the MWLC with 55 caused turnovers and ranked third in the conference with 108 draw controls. Moris also ranked ninth in the entire nation averaging 3.24 caused turnovers per game. She had three games with double-digit draw controls throughout the year and produced at least five caused turnovers in four games.
Cusey (Mankato, Minn.) earned a spot on the all-sportsmanship team after playing in all 17 games. Cusey scored five goals on the season with three assists for a total of eight points along with scooping up 10 ground balls. The junior attacker recorded a point in seven different games with a multi-goal game coming against Loras.
The full release and all-conference lists from the MWLC can be found at http://mlc-mwlc.org/sports/wlax/2018-19/releases/20190501xhuvbl.
Marian closes out their inaugural season traveling to UW-River Falls Sunday, May 5 for a 4 p.m. start.