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Stein, Wharton & Phillips Named to Longstreth/NFHCA All-Region Teams

Senior Kim Stein earned First Team All-South honors for the second time.

Nov. 16, 2011

BALTIMORE, MD - The Johns Hopkins field hockey team placed three players on the 2011 Longstreth/NFHCA Division III All-South team as announced Wednesday afternoon. Seniors Kim Stein and Amy Wharton garnered first team accolades and junior Maggie Phillips was named to the second team. It is the sixth straight year that Hopkins has placed at least three players on the all-region team. Hopkins has produced 36 all-region players under head coach Megan Fraser.

Stein earns First Team All-South honors for the second straight year, becoming the third goalie in program history to earn all-region honors twice and the first since 2000. A two-time First Team All-Centennial selection, she ranked second in the conference in save percentage (.814), fourth in saves (144) and sixth in goals against average (2.22) this season. For her career, Stein ranks fourth in saves (319), ninth in save percentage (.792) and 12th in goals against average (2.11) in Johns Hopkins history. She also ranks 10th in career minutes played (2733:25).

Senior Amy Wharton is a three-time All-South honoree.

Wharton earns First Team All-South honors for the first time in her career after earning Second Team honors in 2009 and 2010. She is the fifth player in program history to earn All-South honors three times and the first since 2008. Wharton started all 18 games on defense in 2011 and 67 in her career, finishing with three goals and four assists with five defensive saves. Wharton also earned First Team All-Centennial Conference honors for three straight years, just the third player in school history to do so. She was selected to play in the NFCHA Senior All-Star game, scheduled for Saturday, November 19 at Nichols College.

Phillips burst onto the scene this year for the Blue Jays, as she led the team in scoring with a career-high 14 goals and 28 points, despite moving from forward to defense midway through the season. She had not scored a goal in her first two seasons, but scored three goals in the season-opener against Kean, and went on to have four multi-goal games. Phillips earned First Team All-Centennial Conference honors after finishing sixth in the conference in goals and points (28).