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Kronick, Bengoechea Named All-Americans

Hannah Kronick is now a three-time All-American
Jan. 6, 2015 All-America Team Release

BALTIMORE, MD - Johns Hopkins senior Hannah Kronick and sophomore Ana Bengoechea were both named to the Second Team All-America Team in a release made by the organization. This adds to the postseason accolades the tandem has earned after they were both named to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III All-America teams, as well as First Team Centennial Conference. The teams were chosen by the staff, Division III soccer coaches and sports information directors from a field of over 300 nominations.

This is the third All-America honor for Kronick, who finished her career as the all-time leading scorer in Johns Hopkins and Centennial Conference history, finishing with 82 goals, 36 assists and 200 points. She was also named Centennial Conference Player of the Year for the third straight season after finishing the season with 17 goals, seven assists and 41 points. The New Jersey native became the first player in conference history to be a four-time first team all-conference selection. Kronick was also named third-team CoSIDA Academic All-American for the second straight year.

Bengoechea has become a staple in the midfield in her first two seasons for the Jays and has been recognized for her high-level of play. She is the only sophomore on the three All-America teams, and is also a two-time NSCAA/Continental Tire All-American. In addition, this season Bengoechea was named first team All-Centennial Conference for the second time in as many seasons. This year the Maryland native finished with two goals, and four assists while being one of just five players on the team to start all 25 games.

Hopkins finished the season ranked third in the NSCAA coaches poll and fourth in the poll after finishing the season with a 19-4-2 record, en route to the team’s first Final Four appearance in program history. The poll position is the highest the team has finished in program history.

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