Six Beavers Earn NAC All-Conference

Six Beavers Earn NAC All-Conference

Eden Leblanc and McKenna Brodeur lead the way for the Beavers after being named to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) First Team All-Conference as Callie Hammer, Morgann Tortorella, and Emily Boyle earn Second Team All-Conference. Mikayla Cameron earned the NAC Sportsmanship Team honor. 

NAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Teams

First Team All-Conference
Name Hometown Year School Position
Emily Conway Charleston, South Carolina Junior Maine Maritime Goalkeeper
Olivia Curry Farmingdale, New York Sophomore SUNY Delhi Defense
Emily Helgerson Providence, Rhode Island Junior Husson Defense
Caitlin Paradis Ashland, Maine Senior Maine Maritime Defense
Eden Leblanc Dayton, Maine Senior UMaine-Farmington Defense
Eryn Doiron Wilton, Maine Senior Maine Maritime Midfield
Kelsey Innes North Babylon, New York Sophomore SUNY Delhi Midfield
Margot Simeon Findlay, Ohio Sophomore Maine Maritime Midfield
Bri Saulter Hermon, Maine Junior Husson Midfield
McKenna Brodeur Oakland, Maine Junior UMaine-Farmington Forward
Katherine Hoving Bristol, Maine Sophomore Thomas Forward
Laura Blue Brisbane, Australia First-year Maine Maritime Forward

 

Second Team All-Conference
Name Hometown Year School Position
Callie Hammer Ellsworth, Maine Junior UMaine-Farmington Goalkeeper
Aubrey Schaeffer Union, Maine First-year Thomas Defense
Caitlyn Gerrard Cincinnatus, New York Senior SUNY Canton Defense
Morgann Tortorella Waterville, Maine Senior UMaine-Farmington Defense
Mackenzie St. Pierre Waterville, Maine Sophomore Husson Midfield
Emily Boyle Orleans, Massachusetts First-year UMaine-Farmington Midfield
Anna Chadwick Gardiner, Maine First-year Thomas Midfield
Alexa Scaglione North Babylon, New York Sophomore SUNY Delhi Forward
Kelsea Anair Richmond, Maine Senior Maine Maritime Forward
Alexa Thayer New Gloucester, Maine First-year Husson Forward
Micayla Slattery Averill Park, New York First-year SUNY Delhi Forward

 

Sportsmanship Team
Name Hometown Year School Position
Julia Anderson Salmon Arm, British Columbia Senior SUNY Canton Midfield
Samantha Acuna South Kortright, New York Senior SUNY Delhi Midfield
Mikayla Cameron Monmouth, Maine Senior UMaine-Farmington Goalkeeper
Shannon Dowd Hubbardston, Massachusetts Sophomore Husson Forward
Ashley Donahue Johnson, Vermont Senior Northern Vermont-Johnson Midfield
Ellie Harrington Fareham, Hampshire, UK Senior Northern Vermont-Lyndon Midfield
Lilah Chaar Stockton Springs, Maine Senior Maine Maritime Defense
Alexis Levesque Madawaska, Maine Senior UMaine-Presque Isle Goalkeeper
Devynn Turner Casco, Maine Senior Thomas Midfield

 

Major Award Winners
Honor Name Hometown Year School
Player of the Year Eryn Doiron Wilton, Maine Senior Maine Maritime
Defensive Player of the Year Margot Simeon Findlay, Ohio Sophomore Maine Maritime
Rookie of the Year Laura Blue Brisbane, Australia First-year Maine Maritime
Senior Scholar-Athlete Alli Carey Plymouth, New Hampshire Senior Husson
Coach of the Year Seth Brown     Maine Maritime

 

 

Maine Maritime Academy claimed four of the five major North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Soccer postseason awards, including Player of the Year Eryn Doiron, Defensive Player of the Year Margot Simeon, Rookie of the Year Laura Blue, and Coach of the Year Seth Brown. Husson University's Allison Carey was selected as the Senior Scholar-Athlete.

In addition to the major conference awards, 21 student-athletes were named to the All-Conference First and Second Teams, and nine players were selected to the Sportsmanship Team. The NAC Women's Soccer Sportsmanship Team is reserved for those who have distinguished themselves through demonstrated acts of sportsmanship and ethical behavior. The honorees positively affect the women's soccer culture and match environment by clearly demonstrating sportsmanship and integrity beyond the sport playing rules and etiquette.

The 2019 NAC Women's Soccer Championship tournament is underway, with the final four scheduled for this weekend at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine. Semifinal games between Maine Maritime and SUNY Delhi, and Husson and UMaine-Farmington are Friday, November 8th. The championship game will be Sunday, November 10.  Follow all the championship action here.