All-Conference Team Release; Markiewicz, McCaffrey Named Players of the Year

Complete All-Conference Team

Kelsey Markiewicz, Gettysburg; Kaitlyn McCaffrey, Muhlenberg

 

First Team

Class

Hometown / High School

A-Kelsey Markiewicz, Gettysburg (A) %

Sr

Taconic, Conn. / Berkshire School, Mass

A-Caroline Krohn, Franklin & Marshall *

Sr

Baltimore, Md. / Towson

A-Carly Eisenbrandt, Washington College (A)

Sr

Baltimore, Md. / Towson

A-Bridget Kenny, Gettysburg %

Jr

Gladstone, N.J. / Bernards

A-Danielle Entrot, McDaniel #

Jr

Ellicott City, Md. / Centennial

M-Emily Hubley, Washington College *

Jr

West Chester, Pa. / Bayard Rustin

M-Steph Umbach, Muhlenberg &

Jr

Bridgewater, N.J. / Bridgewater-Raritan

M-Diana Perry, Haverford *

Jr

Bethesda, Md. / Milton Academy, Mass

D-Emily Tropsa, Gettysburg

Soph

Darien, Conn. / Darien

D-Kaitlyn McCaffrey, Muhlenberg (A)

Sr

Bala Cynwyd, Pa. / Friends Central

D-Moira Mahoney, Dickinson

Soph

Wayne, Pa. / Radnor

D-Sarah Bozzo, Franklin & Marshall

Fr

Mountain Lakes, N.J. / Mountain Lakes

GK-Kelsey Hoffman, Franklin & Marshall *

Sr

Arlington, Mass. / Buckingham Browne & Nichols

 
 
 

Second Team

Class

Hometown / High School

A-Carly O'Brien, Dickinson #

Jr

Cranbury, N.J. / Princeton Day School

A-Michelle Certosimo, Muhlenberg

Sr

Mahwah, N.J. / Mahwah

A-Casey Armstrong, Muhlenberg

Soph

South Brunswick, N.J. / South Brunswick

A-Loren Pruitt, Gettysburg (A) #

Sr

Moorestown, N.J. / Moorestown

M-Caroline Clancy, Dickinson #

Soph

Monkton, Md. / Hereford

M-Anastasia Mergner, Franklin & Marshall

Soph

West Caldwell, N.J. / James Caldwell

M-Corinne Sommi, Swarthmore (A) #

Sr

Darien, Conn. / Darien

D-Caroline Cannon, Ursinus (A)

Sr

Garrison, N.Y. / James I. O'Neill

D-Kathleen Maleski, Washington College (A)

Sr

Mount Airy, Md. / South Carroll

D-Liz Godorov, Washington College

Jr

Cherry Hill, N.J. / Cherry Will West

D-Lauren McCadden, McDaniel

Sr

Bel Air, Md. / C. Milton Wright

D-Samantha Blicht, Franklin & Marshall

Soph

Wilton, Conn. / Wilton

GK-Allison Remenapp, Washington College

Fr

Woodbine, Md. / Glenelg

 
 
 

Honorable Mention

Class

Hometown / High School

A-Julia Jacobs, McDaniel

Jr

Stevensville, Md. / St. Mary's

A-Emily Everdell, Franklin & Marshall (A) %

Jr

Littleton, Mass. / Acton Boxborough

A-Jayme Verman, Ursinus

Fr

York, Pa. / Lancaster Country Day

M-Kayleigh Thies, Muhlenberg

Jr

North Caldwell, N.J. / West Essex

D-Anne Cullen, Haverford (A)

Sr

Baltimore, Md. / Notre Dame Prep

 

*

1st team All-Centennial in 2013

#

2nd team All-Centennial in 2013

&

1st team All-Centennial in 2012

%

Honorable Mention All-Centennial in 2013

(A)

Named to Centennial Academic Honor Roll in 2014

 

Offensive Player of the Year – Kelsey Markiewicz, Gettysburg, Sr., Attack
Defensive Player of the Year –
Kaitlyn McCaffrey, Muhlenberg, Sr.
Rookie of the Year –
Allison Remenapp, Washington College, Fr., Goalkeeper
Scholar-Athlete of the Year
– Caroline Cannon, Ursinus, Sr., Defense
Coach of the Year
– Heidi Yetman, Washington College

 

Notes

  • Markiewicz is the first player to be selected the Centennial Offensive Player of the Year and 11th overall Gettysburg honoree.
  • McCaffrey is the first Muhlenberg player to earn Player of the Year honors and first-ever Centennial Defensive honoree.
  • Remenapp is the first Washington College player to receive Centennial Rookie of the Year recognition.
  • Krohn, Hubley, Perry and Hoffman were repeat first-team selections from 2013.
  • Markiewicz, Krohn and Hubley were unanimous first-team selections.
  • Bozzo is the second Franklin & Marshall and fifth freshman overall to earn first-team All-Centennial honors.
  • Cannon is the inaugural Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She has a 3.94 cumulative GPA in peace and social justice studies.
  • Nine students were also named to the Conference Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes sophomores, junior and seniors who are key performers and have a 3.40 cumulative grade point average or higher.
  • Gettysburg (56) and Franklin & Marshall (53) lead the Conference in first-team All-Centennial selections, followed by Ursinus (30), Swarthmore (24), Johns Hopkins (20), McDaniel (16), Washington College (16), Dickinson (14), Haverford (14), Muhlenberg (9) and Bryn Mawr (1).