RICHMOND, Ind. – Three members of the Earlham College women's soccer team earned recognition for their efforts during the 2019 season. Freshman Kailey Hall (Tacoma, Wash./Stadium) and sophomore Hannah Wallhausser (Berea, Ky./Berea Community) were named HCAC All-Conference Second Team. Freshman Tess Cunningham (Greensboro, N.C./Northwest Guilford) was named HCAC Honorable Mention.
Hall appeared and started all 18 games of the season while playing on the defensive end for the Quakers. She helped guide the Quakers defense that allowed only 22 goals all season.
Wallhausser was limited due to injury but still managed to appear in 14 games while starting 12. She accounted for 13 points as Wallhausser had three goals and seven assists for the season. Her seven assists ranked second in the HCAC behind the leader with 15.
Cunningham appeared and started all 18 games of the season. The midfielder recorded four goals for a total of eight points for the season. She had a .390 shot on goal percentage including two game winning goals for the Quakers.
Earlham finished the season 9-9. This was the most wins in a season since the 2012 campaign when the Quakers won 12 games and advanced to the HCAC tournament and finished first in the HCAC.