Hoffman Named Player of the Year, Highlights Nine Women's Soccer All-AMCC Selections
GIBSONIA, Pa. —
The Frostburg State women’s soccer team placed nine players on the All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Soccer Team, released Monday.
The nine selections are the most the Bobcats have placed on the AMCC team since the conference was established in 1997.
First team representatives went to senior team captain Lindsay Hoffman (Frederick, Md./Thomas Johnson), sophomore Tori Walter (Frederick, Md./Frederick), and freshmen Lauren Lentine (Princeton, N.J./WWP North) and Stephanie Gwinn (Ijamsville, Md./Urbana).
Along with first team honors, Hoffman was named the Player of the Year for her outstanding season. She posted a career high 31 points, from 11 goals and nine assists. She finished fourth in the AMCC in points and second with four game-winning goals. She only spent two years on the Bobcat squad, since transferring from Division I East Tennessee State University.
Walter started and played in all 18 games this season. She recorded two assists, while anchoring a stingy Bobcat defense.
Lentine was second on the team in points, with 25. She netted eleven goals and had three assists.
Gwinn was an early season surprise, stepping in net for the injured starting goalkeeper. She ended the season 12-2 with four shutouts. She broke the single season school records for save percentage (0.872) and goals against average (0.46). During her time in goal, she went on an 815 minute scoreless streak, allowing no goals in regular season conference play.
Second team honors went to junior Jenn Naylor (Riva, Md./St. Mary’s) and freshmen Katie Emminger (Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall) and Amanda Drake (Montgomery Village, Md./Watkins Mill).
Naylor, a first team honoree last year and a second team member her freshman year, recorded three goals and one assist from her center midfield position.
Emminger, a centerback for FSU scored three goals and added four assists in her first collegiate season while Drake netted nine goals and five assists, for 23 points in her first season.
Honorable Mention selections went to sophomore Jackie Donovan (Hollidaysburg, Pa./Hollidaysburg Area) and freshman Kendal Moss (Hagerstown, Md./Williamsport).
Donovan, started and played in all 18 games, recording one assist from her defensive position. She was a main reason FSU was ranked first in goals against and goals against average and second in shutouts in the AMCC.
Moss, who was an at-large selection, only started in five games, but played in all 18. She scored six goals and added one assist, for a toal of 13 points.
Frostburg State ended the season 12-6 overall and 9-0 in the AMCC.
For further information on this release, contact:
Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303