Suter Grabs Additional Honors
Jan. 3, 2012
CENTERVILLE, Ma. – Senior Erica Suter continues to collect postseason awards as she was named the ECAC South Region Player of the Year as well as a NSCAA College Division Scholar All-American. Senior Jessica Hnatiuk and freshman Hannah Kronick joined Suter on the ECAC South First Team.
Suter adds to her already impressive resume that includes being named a Second Team NSCAA All-American, a First Team Capital One Academic All-American and the Centennial Conference Player of the Year as well as a d3soccer.com First Team All-American and the d3soccer.com Midfielder of the Year. Suter tallied 19 goals and 15 assists for 53 points this season. She currently holds the single season record for points and assists while setting the career record for goals (55), assists (31) and points (141).
Hnatiuk, who anchored the Blue Jays exceptional defense, joined Suter as a First Team honoree. Johns Hopkins allowed just 11 goals in 22 games and posted 14 shutouts on the season. Hnatiuk started all 22 games on defense and contributed two goals and three assists. With this honor, Hnatiuk expands her postseason accolades as she has already been named a d3soccer.com Second Team All-American, a First Team NSCAA All-Region selection and a First Team All-Centennial Conference selection.
Kronick rounds out the ECAC selections for the Blue Jays receiving a First Team nod as well. Kronick set the school record for consecutive games with a point, scoring at least one point in the first 16 games of her career, and consecutive games with agoal (eight). Kronick finished her rookie season with 19 goals and 10 assists and a team and conference-leading six game-winning goals. The freshman forward was named to the All-Centennial Conference First Team as well as being selected to the NSCAA All-Region Second Team.
Under the direction of head coach Leo Weil, the Blue Jays finished the season 21-1, won their seventh straight Centennial Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 this season. Johns Hopkins has advanced to the NCAAs in each of the last seven years with two NCAA Quarterfinal (2009, 2010) appearances and two trips to the Sweet 16 in the last four years alone.
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