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2023 All League Awards

The annual All-League Awards have been posted and are available on the player pages as well as the awards page.

The Finger Lakes League awarded first team awards to Corinne Barden, Stella Del Papa, Reagan Diehl, Allie Good, Kelly Kohberger, Maci Mueller, Clare  Boesel, Brianna Cronberger, Aubriana Green, Natalie Disanto, Teagan Hudak, Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger, Taylor Mullins, Mikayla Myer,  and Molly Seither.

The Attack Player of the Year was Reagan Diehl from Pal-Mac. The Defender Player of the Year was Aubriana Green from Penn Yan. The Midfield Player of the Year was Natalie Disanto from Waterloo-Marcus Whitman. The Finger Lakes Player of the Year was Bailey Cooper from Penn Yan. The Head Coach of the Year was Chris Hansen (Penn Yan). The Finger Lakes nominee for All-American was Natalie DiSanto and the nominee for All-Academic was Kelly Kohlbereger.

The Monroe County League awarded first team D-1 awards to Ellie Bergin, Lena Cox, Ava Dossier, Dylan Madigan, Elise Murphy, Allie Pisano, and Peyton Rothfuss in attack. In defense awards were given to Maryn Savage and Ryann Savage . First team goalie awards went to Angelia Oechsle and Jaelyne Twomey. Midfield award winners were Emma Alexander, Paige Glantz, Lily Kondas, Devin Livingston, Katie Mallaber, Lilly Mattucci, Ireland Mistretta, Ava Peers, Ella Peers, Ashlyn Roberts, Avery Roberts, and Catrina Rowe. The D1 Defensive Player of The Year was Jaelyne Twomey (Fairport). The D1 Offensive Player of The Year was Avery Roberts (Rush-Henrietta) and the Coach of the Year was Jim DeWald (Rush-Henrietta).

The Monroe County League awarded first team D-2 awards to Maeve Brennan, Hanna Davis, Koehler Nieman, and Addison Schaeffer in attack. Caroline Lyttle and Alexia Smalline were picked for defense.  First team goalie awards went to Melody Gaudio and Mikayla Mellenthine. Midfield award winners were Zoe Baase, Kennedi Landrigan, Molly Guzik, Paige Kidd, Alyssa Nichols, Clare Ruff, and Liv Schorr. The D2 Defensive Player of The Year was Molly Guzik (Spencerport). The D2 Offensive Player of The Year was Maeve Brennan (Irondequoit) and the Coach of the Year was Mike Butler (Irondequoit).

The complete list of awards is available from the player tab.


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   on 05-23-2024
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