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Tuesday, November 9, 2004
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Schmidt Adds Academic Honor
Four members of the Muhlenberg women’s soccer team have selected to
Rebecca Armstrong
Of Armstrong’s 40 career goals, 22 came in CC matches.
the All-Centennial Conference team by the league’s 11 coaches.

Senior forward Rebecca Armstrong made history by landing on the first team for the fourth year in a row. She is only the fourth women’s soccer player to earn first-team All- Centennial honors four times, joining Heather Rice (Franklin & Marshall 1999-02), Alyssa Carlow (Dickinson 2000-03) and former teammate Dawn Iberer (Muhlenberg 2000-03). Armstrong led the Mules with 17 points on eight goals and an assist in 2004. She finished her career as the ninth leading scorer in CC history with an even 100 points on 40 goals and 20 assists.

Junior midfielder Amy Schmidt earned second-team honors. She tied Armstrong for the team lead with four goals in CC matches and finished with 12 points overall. Schmidt, who earned first-team All-CC recognition as a tennis player in the spring, also was named to the District II Women’s Soccer Academic All-District second team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. The biology major was one of only three non-seniors on the first and second teams.

Receiving All-CC honorable mention were two members of a defense that allowed only 11 goals in 10 CC matches. Senior goalkeeper Stacey Spector led the conference in both goals-against average (0.66) and save percentage (.891) and recorded shutouts in three of her four CC starts. Senior Maureen McLaughlin started every game at sweeper and served as a team captain.

tomorrow ... All-CC men’s soccer and field hockey

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