For most of the region's Division 1 women's college lacrosse teams, the 2019 season has come and gone. With that comes a sense of closure, but also the chance to reflect on some of the highs and lows.
To start that process, New England Lacrosse Journal has handed out several year-end awards. They include top player, attacker, midfielder, defender, goalie, rookie, breakout player and coach.
With the program's stature on the national scene, it should come as no surprise to see Boston College lead the way. The Eagles could reach a third national title game this spring, though fell in last weekend's ACC title game to North Carolina.
There's also a strong Ivy League presence, as well as a shout for the University of Massachusetts.