Former GPS Star Lane Lawrence Named NCAA D-III All-Region

Rose-Hulman Junior Adds To Her List Of Accolades

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Lane Lawrence, an alumnus of Chattanooga’s Girl Preparatory School, has been named to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III All-Region VII Second Team. Lawrence, a native of Ringgold, is currently a junior at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind.

She led Rose-Hulman’s offense with 10 assists along with seven goals for a total of 24 points this past season. Earlier, Lawrence was honored as first team All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference during the 2020-21 spring season. She currently stands no. 8 at Rose-Hulman with 18 career goals, as well as eighth in program history with 54 career points. Lawrence was also a second team All-HCAC selection this past season.

The school, coached by Amy Helliwell, is 34-10-3 over the past three seasons.

Lane Lawrence Career Accolades:

* 3-year varsity letter award
* Selected Second-Team All-Region VII by United Soccer Coaches in the 2021 season 
* Selected All-HCAC Second Team in the 2021 season
* Selected All-HCAC First Team as a sophomore in the spring 2020-21 season
* Selected All-HCAC First Team as a freshman in 2019
* Member of 2019 HCAC regular season and tournament championship team
* Member of 2019 NCAA Division III Tournament squad
* Ranks No. 8 in Rose-Hulman history with 18 goals and 54 points
* Scored 7 goals and led the HCAC in assists with 10
* Offensive Player of the Week once in the spring 2020-21 season
* Scored 3-straight game-winning goals against Franklin, Transylvania, and Manchester


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