GREENWOOD, Indiana – Sari Stissi and Chloe Lamenzo highlighted the Earlham College women's soccer team's contingent on the All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's soccer teams, released by the conference on Tuesday.
Both Stissi and Lamenzo garnered First Team All-HCAC honors, marking the first time since the 2012 campaign the Quakers featured multiple First Team All-HCAC honorees.
Stissi played every minute in goal for Earlham and led the HCAC in saves with 142 while finishing in the top five in the conference in save percentage at .811. She finished the year with three shutouts.
Lamenzo, who also garnered the HCAC Freshman of the Year award, led Earlham offensively with 12 goals and 29 points while finishing in the top three in the conference in both categories. She also aided the Quakers in their 4-3 come-from-behind victory at Manchester University in the season finale by scoring a hat trick.
Hailey Beel earned a spot on the Honorable Mention All-HCAC team by finishing in a tie for second in the conference with six assists. She also scored four goals for the Quakers. Abbey Smith, who scored three of her four career goals during the 2017 season, was named to the HCAC Sportsmanship Team.
Earlham concluded the 2017 season with a 7-10-1 overall record and a 3-5-1 mark in conference. The Quakers finished the HCAC in seventh place, marking a 2-spot improvement from a ninth place finish in 2016.