Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook, senior
Islip, N.Y., attacker
On Saturday, Ohlmiller became the NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse all-time leader in points and assists. With eight points in a 22-7 win over UMBC, Ohlmiller ran her career total to 452, surpassing the record of 445 set by Maryland’s Jen Adams in 2001. She broke the record with a behind-the-back goal in the first half. With six assists in the game, she also broke the record for career assists with 226, moving past Northwestern’s Hannah Nielsen, who set the record of 224 in 2009. With two goals and five assists in Tuesday’s 21-13 win over No. 16 Penn State, she ran her record totals to 459 and 231. Ohlmiller, a 2017 Tewaaraton Award finalist, and the Division I Attacker of the Year, broke the Division I single-season points and assists records a year ago with 164 and 86. This spring, she has 64 goals and 54 assists to lead the No. 1 Seawolves in scoring as they remain one of only two undefeated Division I teams.