Nancy Lentz Named NCAA Woman of the Year Hopkins women's lacrosse player Nancy Lentz was chosen as the National Collegiate Athletic Association Woman of the Year for Maryland. She is one of 51 state winners and one of only 11 student athletes from a Division III school to be selected. The award, which recognizes excellence in athletics, academics and community leadership, is made by the NCAA Special Advisory Committee on Women's Corporate Marketing. Lentz was a three-year starter on defense for the Blue Jays women's lacrosse team and the team's top defender, earning third-team All-America honors. She also was named to the GTE Academic All-America At-Large first team. Last season, Hopkins finished with a 16-1 record and advanced to the NCAA Division III semifinals for the second consecutive year. Lentz graduated from Hopkins last spring with a 3.98 grade point average as a biophysics major. She is currently in her first year of medical school at Harvard.
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