Chatham's Leto Named Ivy League Midfielder of the Year for Dartmouth LAX

Jaclyn Leto of Chatham goes to goal for Dartmouth College Credits: Dartmouth Sports
Chatham's Jaclyn Leto was named the Ivy League Midfielder of the Year in women's lacrosse at Dartmouth Credits: Dartmouth Sports

HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth College women's lacrosse player Jaclyn Leto, a senior from Chatham, has been unanimously named the Ivy League Midfielder of the Year in a vote of conference coaches.

Leto also was a unanimous selection to the All-Ivy First Team. It marked the third straight year that Leto was named All-Ivy First Team.

In addition, Leto was named to the All-Northeast Region first team by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and to the All-American third team by the IWLCA.

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In 15 games during her senior season for the Big Green, Leto collected 53 goals and five assists for 58 points. In her Dartmouth career, Leto piled up 151 goals and 24 assists for 175 points.

Leto, a four-year player for the Chatham High girls lacrosse team, helped lead Chatham to three straight Group 2 state championships.


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