Henchcliffe was placed on the first team while Day made second-team all-conference. Errington was selected to the All-Academic squad.
"This is a team honor, just as much as it is an individual honor," head coach Phil Schuman said. "Cloey, Loren, and Taelar wouldn't have been as successful as they were without the team they had around them. But, I think it should be evident from this recognition that we're talking about three of the top players in the conference. We're proud of them, we're lucky that all three are coming back, and we expect all of them to make just as big of an impact next year."
Henchcliffe scored the third-most goals for the inaugural CU lacrosse team with 29 and added seven assists. She picked up the most ground balls of any Camel with 30 and also caused a team-high 30 turnovers. Her 2.42 goals per game was sixth in the conference. Henchcliffe was fourth in the Big South for both ground balls per game (2.50) and caused turnovers per game (1.42).
Day led the Camels in five statistical categories this season: goals (35), assists (13), points (48), shots (74), and draw controls (27). Her 2.69 goals per game was fifth in the Big South and 3.69 points per game was sixth.
Errington, an Exercise and Sport Science major, was named to the All-Academic team, maintaining a 3.806 GPA this year. She netted 24 goals for Campbell this season and tacked on six assists. Defensively, she picked up 10 ground balls and 25 draw controls, while causing eight turnovers.