MCAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Teams

MCAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Teams

Rochester, MN

In women's soccer, Anoka-Ramsey Community College led from start to finish in the regular season, going unbeaten in both MCAC and NJCAA Region XIII contests.  Lake Superior College took second place in the league standings, but third-place RCTC found a way past the Ice Hawks in Region playoffs, defeating LSC on the road in Duluth by a 2-1 scoreline.  Anoka-Ramsey ended any hopes of successive Yellowjacket upsets in the Region Final, and the Golden Rams booked a ticket to the District tournament.  Madison (WI) College ended the Anoka-Ramsey season with a 2-1 overtime win over ARCC, denying the Rams a second consecutive trip to the NJCAA Division III National Tournament.   Coach Brady Eichhorn-Hicks was named the Gopher Sport / MCAC Women's Soccer Coach of the year, while Anoka-Ramsey forward Kati Beckman received the highest vote total in MCAC women's soccer balloting for 2017. 

The MCAC Women's Soccer All-Conference First Team and Honorable Mention selections are as follows: 


All-Conference, First Team

Alexa Gothard, Goalkeeper,  Lake Superior College

Charity Howell, Defender,  Lake Superior College 

Katelyn Johnson, Defender,  Lake Superior College 

Hannah Zavadil, Defender, Anoka-Ramsey CC

Marissa Volstad, Defender, Anoka-Ramsey CC

Megan Beckman, Midfield, Anoka-Ramsey CC

Avi McGregor, Midfield, Anoka-Ramsey CC

Kallie Keller, Midfield, Rochester CTC 

Rachel Hammond, Midfield, Lake Superior College

Kati Beckman, Forward, Anoka-Ramsey CC

Takota Tierney, Forward, Rochester CTC

Emily Eiynck, Forward, Lake Superior College

Emerald McGlashan, Forward, Anoka-Ramsey CC


Honorable Mention:

Brittney Streit, Forward, Anoka-Ramsey Community College 

Hannay Stelley, Defender, Rochester CTC

DeAnna Basic, Midfield, Anoka-Ramsey Community College 

Sarah Back, Goalkeeper, Rochester CTC 

Jennifer Steel, Defender,  Lake Superior College

Joy Beaulieu, Defender,  Lake Superior College 


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