Division I


Goalie of the Year : Caylee Waters • UNC

Waters was dominant in the goal circle this year, ranking in the top-four nationally in save percentage (51.0%) while holding opponents to under eight goals a game, all while facing the nation’s second-toughest schedule.

 

Defensive Player of the Year : Meg Markham • Penn

Markham helped the Quakers back to the NCAA tournament with the usual trademark defense; Penn posted another top-ten scoring defense while facing a top-10 schedule. The Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year ranked in the top-five nationally in caused turnovers.

 

Midfielder of the Year : Taylor Cummings • Maryland

Cummings did not miss a beat in 2015; she ranked in the top-20 nationally in scoring (5th), caused turnovers (20th), and draw controls (5th) as Maryland picked up the top seed in the NCAA championships while facing a top-five schedule.

 

Offensive Player of the Year : Kayla Treanor • Syracuse

Treanor, the ACC Offensive Player of the Year, leads the Orange in goals and ranks second in points. The ACC Tournament MVP, Treanor helped the Orange earn the #4 seed in the NCAA Championships.

 

Rookie of the Year : Selena Lasota • Northwestern

Lasota led the Wildcats as a true freshman, ranking among the national leaders in scoring despite facing the nation’s third-toughest schedule. The Big Ten Rookie of the Year, Lasota was named to the All-Conference team.

 

Unsung hero of the Year : Michelle Rubino • Stony Brook

While Rubino ranked in the top-five for the Seawolves in scoring, draws, caused turnovers and ground balls, it was her veteran leadership for Stony Brook as a senior that helped the Seawolves to the monumental season.

 

Coach of the Year : Lindsay Munday • USC

Munday brought the Trojans to the second round of the NCAA Championships in only the third season of existence of the team; USC ranked in the top-20 in the nation in scoring defense, offense, and margin and improved from 9-9 in 2014 to 14-6 in 2015.

 

First team

Taylor Cummings, Maryland

Megan Douty, Maryland

Shannon Gilroy, Florida

Brooke Griffin, Maryland

Kailah Kempney, Syracuse

Selena Lasota, Northwestern

Sarah Mannelly, Boston College

Meg Markham, Pennsylvania

Kerrin Maurer, Duke

Maggie McCormick, Penn State

Kaylin Morissette, Louisville

Barbara Sullivan, Notre Dame

Annie Thomas, Loyola

Kayla Treanor, Syracuse

Courtney Waite, North Carolina

Caylee Waters, North Carolina

 

Second team

Casey Bocklet. Virginia

Maggie Bill, North Carolina

Tatum Coffey, Penn State

Kelsey Duryea, Duke

Stephanie Finley, James Madison

Cortney Fortunato, Notre Dame

Maddy Lesher, Loyola

Halle Majorana, Syracuse

Alice Mercer, Maryland

Meg Meritz, Stony Brook

Michaela Michael, Southern California

Mikaela Rix, Boston College

Erin Slifer, Princeton

Abby Smucker, Penn State

Covington Stanwick, Boston College

Morgan Stephens, Virginia

 

Third Team

Brittain Altomare, Hofstra

Tory Benson, Penn

Jackie Cifarelli, Ohio State

Alex Dalton, Notre Dame

Lucy Dikeou, Stanford

Dene DiMartino, Johns Hopkins

Kate Farnham, Massachusetts

Lucy Ferguson, Penn

Loren Generi, Navy

Maureen Keggins, Albany

Lauren Kwasnowski, Connecticut

Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook

Courtney Swan, Virginia

Taryn VanThof, Loyola

Megan Whittle, Maryland

Octavia Williams, Johns Hopkins

 

All-Rookie Team

Maddie Crutchfield, Duke

Riley Donahue, Syracuse

Shelby Fredericks, Northwestern

Kyra Harney, Duke

Alie Jimerson, Albany

Gussie Johns, Southern California

Katherine Judge, Winthrop

Selena Lasota, Northwestern

Marie McCool, North Carolina

Kelly Myers, Stanford

Grace Nolan, Connecticut

Katie O’Donnell, Penn State

Haley O’Hanlon, Colgate

Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook

Rachel Vander Kolk, Virginia

Megan Whittle, Maryland

 

Division II


Goalie of the Year : Chrissy Baffuto • Lock Haven

Baffuto anchored the top scoring defense in the country as the Lady Eagles allowed less than five goals a game, thanks in large part to Baffuto’s 51.8 save percentage. The undefeated Lady Eagles won their second consecutive PSAC tournament title and are headed back to the NCAA semifinals.

 

Offensive Player of the Year : Erica Geremia • LeMoyne

Geremia led the NE-10 and the nation in scoring in 2015, helping the Dolphins to a berth in the NE-10 championship and the NCAA semifinals. She set the school record for single-season scoring in 2015 and picked up NE-10 player of the year honors along the way despite facing the nation’s toughest schedule.

 

Defender of the Year : Ryley Webber • Adelphi

Webber helped the Panthers to a return trip to the NCAA semifinals as Adelphi limited opponents to just over five goals a game, the second-lowest GAA in the country. The sophomore caused just under two caused turnovers a game as the Panthers posted a 19-1 record headed into the semifinals while playing a top-10 schedule.

 

Midfielder of the Year : Jessica Pandolf • Lock Haven

Pandolf led the Lady Eagles to the top ranking in the country headed into the NCAA semifinals after helping Lock Haven complete an undefeated regular season and a second consecutive PSAC tournament title. The PSAC Player of the Year, Pandolf ranks in the top-30 nationally in draw controls and scoring.

 

Rookie of the Year : Sophie Buelow • Lindenwood

Buelow burst onto the scene for the Lions, earning first-team All-Conference honors as well as Rookie of the Year. She ranked fifth on the team in scoring and second on the team in draw controls as Lindenwood posted a 19-1 record and returned to the NCAA semifinals.

 

Unsung Hero of the Year : Melinda Wojt • Lock Haven

The Lady Eagles forged an undefeated season while facing a top-10 schedule, and Wojt was crucial in the Haven’s backfield all year long. She started all 19 games and has quietly led Lock Haven to the #1 ranking in the nation.

 

Coach of the Year :  Dennis Short • Rollins

After an 8-8 season in 2014, Rollins posted a four-game improvement in 2015 despite facing the nation’s third-toughest schedule. The Tars won the inaugural Sunshine State Conference tournament and a berth in the NCAA quarterfinals.

 

First Team 

Jackie Andersen, Dowling

Megan Asper, Florida Southern

Brittany Ast, New Haven

Chrissy Baffuto, Lock Haven

Kathryn Campbell, New Haven

Jenna Dingler, Lock Haven

Alexa Froccaro, Adelphi

Erica Geremia, LeMoyne

Bailey Knapton, Lindenwood

Sam McCarrick, Limestone

Melissa Menchella, Lindenwood

Felicia Mills, Adelphi

Jessica Pandolf, Lock Haven

Amari Pollard, LeMoyne

Tyler Thomas, Rollins

Ryley Weber, Adelphi

 

Second Team:

Gabrielle Barowski, Florida Southern

Caitlin Chase, Florida Southern

Emily Delaney, LIU Post

Victoria Graveline, LeMoyne

Kelly Hamilton, Lock Haven

Emily Hanifan, LIU Post

Rebecca Himes, Mercyhurst

Lorianne Hoover, Florida Southern

Danielle Jaycox, Adelphi

Elizabeth Lane, Stonehill

Molly Marbut, LeMoyne

Maggie Monnat, LeMoyne

Rachel O’Brien, Adelphi

Jenna Pierro, LIU Post

Chelsea Pinneke, Rollins

Jessica Riggall, Limestone

 

Third Team:

Courtney Ackland, New Haven

Ashley Armstrong, Stonehill

Shannon Bissnette, Lock Haven

Siena Childs, West Chester

Jordyn Constance, Lindenwood

Kristina Coppolino, Rollins

Lauren Donovan, Lenoir-Rhyne

Kim Hooven, IUP

Sarah Lankton, Findlay

Kali Maxwell, LIU Post

Christa Morrison, Mercyhurst

Erika Neumen, Grand Valley State

Camille Rosellini, Adelphi

Emma Simmers, Seton Hill

Elizabeth Vetter, Stonehill

Amy Weinberg, IUP

 

All-Rookie Team

Sophie Buelow, Lindenwood

Kennedy Daziel, Southern New Hampshire

Sabrina Fusco, Millersville

Kathleen Gillespie, Bentley

Sara Grenier, Florida Tech

Kelly Healy, Stonehill

Kimberly Lubic, West Virginia Wesleyan

Madison Malone, Tusculum

Jessica Markowitz, Molloy

Taylor Mathis, Lake Erie

Caitlyn Nemeth, Brevard

Rachel Ortell, Lindenwood

Emily Santoli, Florida Southern

Hannah Scott, Catawba

Ashley Seborowski, Florida Southern

Shannon Sisk, Limestone

 

Division III


Goalie of the Year :  Hannah Jeffrey • Bates

Jeffrey was solid all season long in the goal circle for the Bobcats, posting a 52.7% save percentage, which ranked in the top-10 in the nation, despite facing a top-10 schedule. The only goalie on the NESCAC First Team, Jeffrey also ranked second on the team in ground balls.

 

Defensive Player of the Year : Vanessa Budd • Franklin & Marshall

Budd anchored a defense that ranked in the top-15 in the nation despite facing a top-15 schedule. The Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Budd led the team in draw controls and ranked second on the team in caused turnovers and ground balls.

 

Offensive of the Year : Emma Hayes-Hurley • Cortland

Hayes-Hurley was dominant in the draw circle this season, helping the Red Dragons win the draw almost twice as much as their opponent. Hayes-Hurley won over 150 draw controls, and ranked second on the team in scoring with over 80 points while facing a top-10 schedule.

 

Midfielder of the Year : Martha Griffin • Trinity

Griffin led the Bantams in scoring and ground balls while ranking second on the team in draw controls. The NESCAC Player of the Year, Griffin averaged more than five points a game and helped Trinity secure possession all over the field while facing the nation’s toughest schedule.

 

Rookie of the Year : Elizabeth Morrison • TCNJ

Morrison set the tone early in her career, anchoring the nation’s top defense as the Lions averaged less than six goals a game. The NJAC Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman, Morrison led the Lions in both caused turnovers and ground balls, helping TCNJ win the NJAC and advance in the NCAA tournament.

 

Unsung Hero of the Year :  Maggie Connolly • Gettysburg

Connolly helped the Bullets finish in the top four in the nation in the regular season, ranking second on the team in draw controls and fourth in scoring.

 

Coach of the Year : Holly Glynn • MIT

MIT advanced to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history and won a game in the championships, putting a cap on the school’s best season ever. The Engineers had a +4 game turnaround from 2014 and ranked among the national leaders in draw controls (5th), scoring offense (13th), and scoring margin (21st).

 

First Team                              

Kendal Borup, TCNJ

Vanessa Budd, Franklin & Marshall

Mandy Buell, Gettysburg

Tierney Conlon, Montclair State

Karlie Dougherty, York

Ashley Gentile, Cortland

Martha Griffin, Trinity

Colleen Hathaway, Brockport

Emma Hayes-Hurley, Cortland

Hannah Jeffrey, Bates

Bridget Kenny, Gettysburg

Katie Kleine, Fredonia

Elizabeth Morrison, TCNJ

Laurel Pascal, Middlebury

Katie Ritter, Middlebury

Emily Wright, Tufts

 

Second Team                              

Samantha Blicht, Franklin & Marshall

Marissa Cussins, Fredonia

Cat Fowler, Middlebury

Gianna Falcone, Salisbury

Abby Hatch, Colby

Hilary Kargl, Augustana

Clare Lyne, Trinity

Natalie Moore, Bowdoin

Tori Neill, Catholic

Rachel Passarelli, Amherst

Lindsay Picard, Bowdoin

Caroline Ross, Tufts

Grace Saliba, Franklin & Marshall

Claire Stikeleather, Messiah

Megan Strauch, York

Erika Wilcox, Stevens

 

Third Team                            

Jenna Bussiere, Montclair State

Taylor Casey, Oneonta

Claudia Coleates, Geneseo

Danielle Entrot, McDaniel

Meaghan Galvin, Christopher Newport

Caroline Hayes, Trinity

Emily Hubley, Washington College

Amanda Ingersoll, Stevens

Moira Mahoney, Dickinson

Emily McGrail, Union

Ally McLaughlin, Pomona-Pitzer

Katherine Merrick, Stevenson

Shelby Newman, St. Mary’s (MD)

Tyler Phillips, Skidmore

Ally Runyon, Ithaca

Ashley Stewart, Trinity

 

All-Rookie Team

Anastasia Araviakis, King’s

Jackie Brokaw, Colby

Taylor Casey, Oneonta

Erin Cregan, Geneseo

Haley DeVona, Nazareth

Hannah Elmer, Cortland

Kat Englert, Kenyon

Gianna Falcone, Salisbury

Sasha Fritts, Colby

Alanna Herne, Buffalo State

Ann Mahoney, Springfield

Paige Moriarty, Franklin & Marshall

Elizabeth Morrison, TCNJ

Meg Raskin, Connecticut College

Megan Schallock, Virginia Wesleyan

Emily Young, MIT

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