All-CC Women's Soccer Team; Kronick Named Player of Year

All-CC Women's Soccer Team; Kronick Named Player of Year

Hannah Kronick, Johns Hopkins; Hannah Lichtenstein, Swarthmore

 

Complete All-Centennial release (.pdf)

 

First Team

 

 

Pos / Name

Cl

Hometown / High School

F-Hannah Kronick, Johns Hopkins (A) ++

Sr

Westfield, N.J. / Westfield

F-Sydney Teng, Johns Hopkins (A)

Sr

Fairport, N.Y. / Fairport

F-Emma Sindelar, Swarthmore (A) ++

Sr

Salt Lake City, Utah / Waterford

F-Hannah Lichtenstein, Swarthmore

Soph

Venice, Calif. / Harvard-Westlake

M-Molly Phillips, Gettysburg

Sr

Yardley, Pa. / Pennsbury

M-Ana Bengoechea, Johns Hopkins *

Soph

North Bethesda, Md. / Stone Ridge

M-Colleen Touhey, Muhlenberg (A)

Sr

Easton, Pa. / Wilson

B-Hannah Matlack, Dickinson *

Jr

Needham, MA / Noble & Greenough School

B-Meg Castranova, Gettysburg #

Sr

Pennington, N.J. / Pennington School

B-Kristin Hart, McDaniel (A)

Sr

Saylorsburg, Pa. / Pleasant Valley

GK-Eliza Gray, Gettysburg (A) #

Jr

South Orange, N.J. / Columbia

 
 
 

Second Team

 

 

Pos / Name

Cl

Hometown / High School

F-Nicole Hill, McDaniel (A) %

Soph

Bowie, Md. / Bowie

F-Allie Young, Dickinson (A)

Sr

New Canaan, Conn. / St. Luke's

F-Brigid Behan, Gettysburg %

Sr

Newport, R.I. / Portsmouth Abbey

F-Connie Friedman, Haverford

Sr

Torrance, Calif. / California Academy of Math and Science

M-Jeannie Jasinski, Ursinus

Soph

Sellersville, Pa. / Pennridge

M-Valerie Bedrock, Ursinus

Sr

Waldwick, N.J. / Ramsey

M-Taylor Pini, Muhlenberg

Jr

Allendale, N.J. / Northern Highlands

B-Adrienne Johnson, Johns Hopkins (A) #

Soph

Middletown, Del. / Appoquinimink

B-Emily Nagourney, Johns Hopkins (A) *

Sr

Scotch Plains, N.J. / Scotch Plains-Fanwood

B-Cailin DiGiacomo, Gettysburg

Jr

Lafayette Hill, Pa. / Germantown Academy

GK-Robin Chernow, Haverford (A) %

Sr

Chester, N.J. / West Morris Mendham

GK-Jen Mermelstein, Muhlenberg

Jr

Camp Hill, Pa. / Camp Hill

 
 
 

Honorable Mention

 

 

Pos / Name

Cl

Hometown / High School

M-Miranda Saldivar, Swarthmore

Soph

Pasadena, Calif. / Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

M-Caroline Khanna, Swarthmore (A)

Soph

Chevy Chase, Md. / Bethesda-Chevy Chase

M-Emani Silva, Washington College

Fr

Odenton, Md. / Arundel

M-Georgia Ferguson, Gettysburg

Sr

Bethel, Conn. / Bethel

D-Brianna Reid, Franklin & Marshall

Sr

Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. / Briarcliff

D-Michelle Babicz, Haverford (A)

Sr

Levittown, N.Y. / Friends Academy

B-Ellen Bachmannhuff, Swarthmore (A) %

Sr

South Bend, Ind. / Saint Joseph's

 

++    1st team All-Centennial in 2011, 2012 and 2013
+       1st team All-Centennial in 2012 and 2013
*       1st team All-Centennial in 2013
#       2nd team All-Centennial in 2013
%      Honorable Mention All-Centennial in 2013
(A)   Named to 2014 Centennial Academic Honor Roll

 

Player of the Year – Hannah Kronick, Johns Hopkins, Sr., F
Rookie of the Year –
Hannah Lichtenstein, Swarthmore, Soph., F
Scholar-Athlete Award –
Emma Sindelar, Swarthmore, Sr., F
Coach of the Year
– Matt Garrett, Gettysburg

 

Notes

  • Kronick is the first player to win Player of the Year honors three times. A unanimous first-team selection, she becomes one of eight players to receive first-team All-Centennial recognition four times.
  • Sindelar also becomes one of eight players to receive first-team All-Centennial recognition four times.
  • Kronick, Sindelar, Bengoechea and Matlack were repeaters from the 2013 All-Conference first team.
  • Lichtenstein, who missed the entire 2013 season with an injury, was named Rookie of the Year.
  • Garrett was named Coach of the Year by his peers.
  • Sindelar, a double major in political science and French, is the recipient of Conference's Scholar-Athlete award, presented to a member of the junior or senior class with the highest cumulative GPA on the All-Centennial team.
  • Fourteen 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.
  • Johns Hopkins has 56 all-time first-team selections - the highest total in the Conference.  Gettysburg (48) and Muhlenberg (32) are second and third, followed by Haverford (25), Dickinson (22), Swarthmore (22), Franklin & Marshall (16), McDaniel (16), Ursinus (6) and Bryn Mawr (4).

 

All-Sportsmanship Team

Anna Schoonover, Bryn Mawr, Soph, D, Clarksville, Md.
Hannah Matlack, Dickinson, Jr, D, Needham, Mass.
Allison Miller, Franklin & Marshall, Sr, M, Providence, R.I.
Taylor Atlas, Gettysburg, Fr, M, Highlands Ranch, Colo.
Kristin Hasselgren, Haverford, Sr, D, Armonk, N.Y.
Kaitlin Brooks, Johns Hopkins, Sr, M, Fairfax, Va.
Casey Fleming, McDaniel, Soph., Williamsburg, Va.
Krissy Fiorettti, Muhlenberg, Baltimore, Md.
Amy DiPierro, Swarthmore, Sr, M, Park Ridge, N.J.
Jessica Lenzo, Ursinus, Sr, F/D, Hightstown, N.J.
Melissa Barry, Washington College, Soph, GK, Sparta, N.J.