Two Cavaliers Named USLacrosse All-Americans
May 29, 2000
Fromal, who was named for the second consecutive year to the All-American first team this season, led the team in ground balls for the second consecutive year while ranking second on the team in scoring with 50 points, which ranks 6th all-time at Virginia for a fourth-year. Fromal led the team in goals with 38 and ranked second on the team with 32 caused turnovers. A member of the USA National Developmental Team, she was named Virginia’s ACC Scholar-Athlete for the 1999-2000 season. Fromal was a three-time All-ACC selection as well who started every game in which she played, 77 in total, which ranks second all-time at UVA. She was also named to InsideLacrosse’s Dream Team for 2000.
Samaras, a second-team All-American selection, graduates as Virginia’s all-time leader in caused turnovers with 122. A third-team All-American selection in 1999, Samaras led the team the last two seasons in caused turnovers and marshalled a defense that was consistenly in the top-10 in the nation. Her 41 caused turnovers ranks fourth all-time for a single season while her 54 last season ranks second all-time for one season. Samaras was also named to InsideLacrosse’s Dream Team for 2000.