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Baiocco, Jenkins, and MacAfee Elected Women’s Lacrosse Captains for 2019

Baiocco, Jenkins, and MacAfee Elected Women’s Lacrosse Captains for 2019

Nicole Baiocco, Marley Jenkins and Keeley MacAfee have been voted captains of Harvard women's lacrosse.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Nicole Baiocco, Marley Jenkins and Keeley MacAfee have been voted by their teammates as captains of Harvard women's lacrosse heading into the 2019 season.

"Nicole, Marley, and Keeley represent three of our hardest workers on the field, in the classroom, and in the weight room," said Lisa Miller, The Carole Kleinfelder Head Coach for Harvard Women's Lacrosse. "They will do a fantastic job leading the team forward."

Baiocco, an attacker, earned All-Ivy Honorable Mention after recording a career high 41 points (14 goals, 27 assists) this season, leading the team with 27 assists. A native of New Vernon, N.J., Baiocco had six games with three or more assists, averaging 1.80 per game (43rd, NCAA).

Jenkins, a defender, saw action in 10 games in 2018, starting in nine with two goals on the season. A draw control specialist, she earned 26 draw controls on the year, with three caused turnovers and a ground ball. A native of North Hampton, N.H., Jenkins helped organize the team's 2017 fundraiser for Vs. Cancer, which raised over $46,000 for the national brain tumor research for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and the Dana-Farber Cancer Center.

MacAfee, an attacker, earned First Team All-Ivy honors for the first time in her career after a breakout junior season. MacAfee finished the year with 78 points (53 goals, 25 assists), the sixth most points in a single season in program history. A native of Needham, Mass., MacAfee became the eighth player at Harvard to top 50 goals in a year, and the first in the tenure of Lisa Miller to record six or more goals in back-to-back games. MacAfee was also fifth in the nation and led Harvard with 6.13 shots on goal per game.

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