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WOMEN’S SOCCER PLACES FOUR
ON ALL-CC FIRST TEAM
TWO HONORED FOR FIELD HOCKEY

The Muhlenberg field hockey team placed two members on the All-Centennial Conference team.

Melissa Eicken Senior midfielder Melissa Eicken was voted to the first team in her first appearance on the All-CC team. An important member of the Mules’ offense and defense, she led the team with five assists and contributed to a defense that allowed only 1.12 goals per game – second in the CC. Eicken finished her career tied for second in team history with 14 assists.

Junior goalie Josephine Fasolino received honorable mention. She ranked third in the CC in both goals-against average (1.09) and save percentage (.866) while playing every minute in goal and recording six shutouts. A three-year starter, Fasolino ranks second all-time with 365 career saves.

After winning its second straight Centennial Conference championship, the Muhlenberg women’s soccer team placed six members on the All-Conference team, including four on the first team.

Dawn IbererRepeating as a first-team selection was sophomore forward Dawn Iberer, who led the Mules and ranked second in the CC in goals (16) and points (36). Both numbers represented the second-highest single-season totals in team history. Ten of her 16 goals were game-winners, including the lone score in the CC championship game against Johns Hopkins. After only two seasons, Iberer ranks fourth all-time in goals (30) and sixth in points (69).

Making the first team for the first time were senior midfielder Jennie Vroman and junior goalie Kim Laurino.

Jennie Vroman Vroman, who earned second-team honors last year and honorable mention as a freshman, was Muhlenberg’s only senior and a team co-captain. She ranked fourth on the team with 11 points on three goals (all of which came in CC play) and five assists. A four-year starter at every position except goalie, Vroman finished her career eighth in team history in points (35) and goals (13).

Kim LaurinoLaurino moved up from the second team after posting a 0.46 goals-against average and .902 save percentage in CC games. She allowed only four goals in league games all season and set a school record with nine shutouts. A team co-captain, Laurino is Muhlenberg’s all-time leader in goals-against average (0.72) and shutouts (21).

Rebecca Armstrong Rounding out the Mules’ first-team selections was freshman forward Rebecca Armstrong. One of only two freshmen named to the first team, Armstrong was second on the team in scoring with 26 points on nine goals and a team-leading eight assists (one short of the school record). Her 26 points were the fourth-most ever by a Muhlenberg freshman.

Sophomore Katrina Custance was voted to the second team. The starting right back, she was a key member of a defense that allowed only 19 goals in 22 matches and set a school record with 12 shutouts. Junior midfielder Jamie Gluck received honorable mention. after recording three goals and two assists.


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Last updated November 7, 2001