2014

 

Division III

Defensive Player of the Year: Chelsea Cutler, DePauw

Cutler led the Tigers defensively in 2013 as DePauw allowed less than a goal per game despite facing a top-10 schedule. The Tigers, the 2013 NCAC champions, posted a top-10 RPI along the way.

 

Offensive Player of the Year: Kelly Blackhurst, Skidmore

Blackhurst, the Liberty League Offensive Player of the Year, led the Thoroughbreds to the national semifinals while posting over 3 points a game against one of the toughest schedules in the nation.

 

Rookie of the Year: Moriah Pfautz, Messiah

Pfautz had a breakout year for the Falcons, leading the team in scoring against a top-15 schedule. She ranked in the top-20 nationally in scoring and was named the Commonweath Offensive Player of the Year in her debut season.

 

Coach of the Year: Julia King, Wellesley

King led the Blue to the NCAA quarterfinals after winning the NEWMAC regular season and tournament titles in 2013. A 4.5 game improvement from last year included a nine-game winning streak in the middle of the season.

First team All-Americans

Kelly Blackhurst, Skidmore
Emily Cannon, Tufts
Megan Comunale, Catholic
Chelsea Cutler, DePauw
Nathalie Gruet, Wellesley
Catherine Fowler, Middlebury
Lindsay Hatch, TCNJ
Sam Johnson, Salisbury
Gina Kellett, Messiah
Olivia King, Bowdoin
Margaret McConnell, William Smith
Alex Philie, Amherst
Katie Riley, Bowdoin
Meredith Rowe, Middlebury
Jennifer Tafro, Montclair State
Belle Tunstall, Christopher Newport

 

Second team All-Americans

Cailtin Baker, Mary Washington
Diana Banmann, Mount Holyoke
Taylor Cappello, William Smith
Dani DiGregory, Skidmore
Kim Hermann, Catholic
Courtney Jantzen, Salisbury
Megan Keenan, Ursinus
Rachel Kennedy, Bowdoin
Madison Leone, Wesley
Stephanie Lewis, Montclair State
Marlene Lichty, Christopher Newport
Brit Mscisz, Wellesley
Mary Kate Olson, Franklin & Marshall
Michelle Relin, Rochester
Erin Smith, Cortland
Krista Zsitvay, Amherst

 

Third team All-Americans

Amanda Cooper, Salisbury
Maddie Breschi, Kenyon
Amanda DeChent, Manhattanville
Sophie Doering, Trinity
Sarah Evans, Colby
Brooke Gagliano, Drew
Maria Karidas, Gwynedd Mercy
Chelsea Klein, Centre
Victoria Martin, TCNJ
Katie McMahon, Denison
Ellie O’Brien, Middlebury
Rachel Preusser, Castleton State
Dakota Sikes-Leilp, Tufts
Katelyn Simula, Keene State
Allie Stein, Smith

 

All Rookie Team

Alexis Carroll, Salisbury
Marguerite Chavez, Stevens
Liz DiCesare, Mount Holyoke
Liz Doherty, Geneseo
Mettler Growney, Bowdoin
Yumi Kim, Salisbury
Kristin Lamoreaux, Skidmore
Gianna Moglino, Montclair State
Alessandra Patrizio, William Smith
Catherine Perlmutter, Dickinson
Moriah Pfautz, Messiah
Jenna Pressler, Rowan
Gabrielle Stein, Cortland
Charlotte Wagner, Mount Holyoke
Margaret Wentzel, Alvernia
Brady Wolf, St. Mary’s

 

Division II

Defensive Player of the Year: Lauren Sotzin, Millersville

Sotzin backstopped the Marauders all season, adding a PSAC title and a semifinal appearance while posting a miniscule .44 GAA while facing one of the top schedules in the nation.

 

Offensive Player of the Year: Carlee Dragon, LIU Post

Dragon was an offensive juggernaut for the Pioneers, leading LIU Post to the national title game while leading the nation in points per game and assists per game. The Northeast-10 Offensive Player of the Year was a part of 47 of the 92 Pioneer goals this season.

 

Rookie of the Year: Arianna Grays, Millersville

This freshman played key minutes for the PSAC champions, helping the Marauders win a conference title and a berth in the national semifinals. Millersville posted a 4.5 game turnaround thanks in large part to the addition of Grays in the lineup.

 

Coach of the Year: Raenee Savin, LIU Post

Savin led the Pioneers to the NCAA title game, their first in school history, after winning the conference title for the first time. LIU Post was undefeated through the first 21 games of the season, setting a school record along the way. After closing 2012 with a 7-10 record, Savin and the Pioneers improved by 11.5 games.

 

First team All-Americans

Sarah Bomberger, Millersville
Dani Crouse, LIU Post
Rachel Dickinson, Millersville
Carlee Dragon, LIU Post
Rachel Goromzoni, Limestone
Erika Kelly, Stonehill
Kelsi Lykens, West Chester
Keliann Margiotta, LIU Post
Kristi O’Connor, Lindenwood
Jess Otis, Merrimack
Stef Pirri, West Chester
Erin Reynolds, Kutztown
Gina Sheehan, Stonehill
Katie Shoop, Shippensburg
Lauren Sotzin, Millersville
Bre White, Shippensburg

 

Second team All-Americans

Jaclyn Beasley, Bloomsburg
Katie Bruce, IUP
Megan Callanan, West Chester
Sarah Cebry, Southern Connecticut
Mollie Cuevas, Adelphi
Cassaundra Davis, St. Michael’s
Champayne Hess, Millersville
Devin Ingersoll, Stonehill
Megan Jett, Shippensburg
Gina Lirange, Bentley
Carenna Neely, Shippensburg
Ally Roth, East Stroudsburg
Ari Saytar, Shippensburg
Taryn Schawillie, Mansfield
Candice Smith, Bloomsburg
Candace Waldie, Merrimack

 

All-Rookie Team

Jaclyn Ballin, Mercy
Nicole Bradley, Merrimack
Maura Doyle, Merrimack
Elizabeth Egan, Merrimack
Tori Ellis, Bentley
Taylor Fisher, Shippensburg
Lauren Giordano, Stonehill
Arianna Grays, Millersville
Shea Healy, Stonehill
Olivia Hershey, Millersville
Marnie Kusakavitch, West Chester
Jamie Matson, Southern Connecticut
Lena Pollich, Adelphi
Meredith Stocklin, LIU Post
Caitlyn Warren, Newberry
Kaitlyn Willard, Newberry

 

Division I Post-season Honors

Defensive Player of the Year: Ali McEvoy, Maryland

McEvoy was the centerpiece of one of the top defensive units in the nation in 2013, helping the Terrapins to a 22-win season against the second-toughest schedule in the nation. Maryland allowed just over a goal per game and McEvoy played a major role in the Terrapins’ advancing to the national semifinals after winning the ACC title.

 

Offensive Player of the Year: Jill Witmer, Maryland

Witmer, the ACC Offensive Player of the Year, helped the Terrapins post 22 wins against the second-toughest schedule in the nation, winning the ACC title and advancing to the national semifinals. She scored just under a goal per game and ranked in the top-10 nationally in points per game.

 

Rookie of the Year: Esmee Peet, Delaware

The CAA Player of the Year as a rookie, Peet led the Blue Hens to a top-20 ranking, the CAA title, and the second round of the NCAA tournament in 2013.

 

Coach of the Year: Pam Bustin, Duke

Bustin engineered a seven-game turnaround in 2013, mentoring the Blue Devils to a No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament and a berth in the NCAA final. Duke faced the toughest schedule in the nation and posted 17 wins against it, knocking off five top-10 teams along the way.

 

First team All-Americans:

Maria Elena Bolles, Connecticut
Elly Buckley, Virginia
Natalie Cafone, Iowa
Charlotte Craddock, North Carolina
Leonie Geyer, Syracuse
Brittany Grzywacz, Penn State
Kelsey Harbin, Stanford
Natalie Hunter, Maryland
Christy Longacre, Old Dominion
Rachael Mack, Michigan
Ali McEvoy, Maryland
Emma Plasteras, Boston College
Julia Reinprecht, Princeton
Rosario Villagra, Old Dominion
Jill Witmer, Maryland
Emily Wold, North Carolina

 

Second team All-Americans

Lauren Allymohamed, Massachusetts
Abby Barker, Michigan State
Lauren Blazing, Duke
Megan Bozek, New Hampshire
Maxine Fluharty, Maryland
Paula Heimbach, Duke
Chloe Hunnable, Connecticut
Anna Kozniuk, Wake Forest
Nina Notman, North Carolina
Nikki Parsley, Northwestern
Esmee Peet, Delaware
Emma Russell, Syracuse
Erin Schniedtmiller, Louisville
Kelsey Smither, Old Dominion
Roisin Upton, Connecticut
Amber Youtz, Temple

 

Third team All-Americans

Natalie Barr, Liberty
Rebecca Barry, Richmond
Hope Burke, Stanford
Michelle Cesan, Princeton
Ysi Scheib, Boston University
Laura Gebhart, Penn State
Emmie LeMarchand, Duke
Alyssa Manley, Syracuse
Sarah Mansfield, Connecticut
Shelley Montgomery, American
Tara Puffenberger, Northwestern
Brooke Sabia, Massachusetts
Sarah Sprink, Maryland
Carissa Vittese, Virginia
Alyssa Voelme, Louisville
Daphne Voormolen, Albany

 

All-Rookie Team

Bethany Barr, Liberty
Serena Barr, Liberty
Jasmine Cole, Penn
Annabeth Donovan, Princeton
Becky Garner, Northeastern
Nicole Hareau, Rider
Mieke Hayn, Maryland
Paula Heuser, Albany
Lucy Hyams, Virginia
Delaney Leathers, Maryland
Stephanie Norlander, Iowa
Esmee Peet, Delaware
Carla Romagosa, Miami
Shannon Sloss, Louisville
Charlotte Verelst, Massachusetts
Meghan Winesett, Delaware

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