Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Unflat Named 1st Team All Conference

Senior Dani Unflat was one of 4 McDaniel players to be named to the all Centennial Conference Field Hockey team. Unflat led the Terror in scoring this season with 10 goals and 7 assists which was good for 27 points. Unflat was a 2nd team selection in 2004.

McDaniel's other all-conference performers were Senior Nicole Mele, Senior Lindsay Ricks, and Junior Colleen Nugent. Mele, 2nd team all-confence, played in and started all 17 games for the Terror and led a defense that ranked third in the conference in goals against average. Ricks, 2nd team, started all but one game for the Terror this season and tallied 3 goals and 6 assists to help lead the conference's second best scoring team. Nugent, HM all-conference, turned in a good season for the Terror. She tallied 6 goals, including a game winner, and one assist for 13 points.

First Team
Pos / Name Class Hometown / High School
M-Ashley Ettinger, Ursinus * Jr Schwenksville, PA / Boyertown
F-Meg Goddu, Gettysburg * Sr Chadds Ford, PA / Unionville
F-Brittany Croll, Franklin & Marshall * Sr Frankford, DE / Indian River
M-Becky Latta, Gettysburg Sr West Chester, PA / Henderson
M-Meighan Roose, Johns Hopkins ^ Sr York, ME / York
F-Dani Unflat, McDaniel # Sr Bear, DE / William Penn
B-Karen Wendler, Ursinus Jr Burlington, NJ / Burlington
B-Erin Payton, Washington Sr Towson, MD / Maryvale Prep
F-Katie Austin, Dickinson * Jr Warwick, RI / The Wheeler School
F-Eileen Keever, Franklin & Marshall + Sr Prospect Park, PA / Interboro
GK-Jess Lamina, Ursinus * So Doylestown, PA / Central Bucks West

Second Team
Pos / Name Class Hometown / High School
B-Chloe Lewis, Swarthmore # Sr Brookline, MA / Phillips Academy Andover
B-Nicole Mele, McDaniel Sr Ellicott City, MD / River Hill
B-Nikki Rhodes, Muhlenberg So Fleetwood, PA / Oley Valley
M-Leah Horton, Johns Hopkins Fr Wayne, PA / Upper Merion
B-Jamie Heeneke, Gettysburg * Sr Pennsauken, NJ / Moorestown
B-Katie Madron, Washington # Jr Rising Sun, MD / Rising Sun
B-Summer Spicer, Swarthmore Jr Laurel, DE / Laurel
B-Allison Doutt, Ursinus Jr Willow Street, PA / Lampeter-Strasburg
F-Lindsay Cappa, Ursinus So Oley, PA /Oley Valley
M-Lindsay Ricks, McDaniel Sr Woodbine, MD / Glenelg
GK-Karen Lorang, Swarthmore Jr San Diego, CA / University

Honorable Mention
Pos / Name Class Hometown / High School
F-Adair Landy, Johns Hopkins Fr Montclair, NJ / Montclair
M-Colleen Nugent, McDaniel Jr Lancaster, PA / Lampeter-Strasburg
F-Jess Rogers, Ursinus Jr Selinsgrove, PA / Selinsgrove
B-Amy Johnson, Bryn Mawr Jr Bernardsville, NJ / Bernards
M-Brenna Dolphin, Franklin & Marshall Jr Wilmington, DE / Archmere Academy
GK-Katherine Corkhill, Gettysburg So Paoli, PA / Academy of Notre Dame
GK-Erin O'Brien, Washington So Havre de Grace, MD / John Carroll School

+ 1st team All-Centennial in 2003 and 2004
* 1st team All-Centennial in 2004
^ 1st team All-Centennial in 2002; 2nd team in 2003 and 2004
# 2nd team All-Centennial in 2004
% Honorable Mention All-Centennial in 2004
(A) Named to 2005 Conference Academic Honor Roll

Player of the Year - Ashley Ettinger, Ursinus, Jr., Midfield

Notes
o Ettinger is the third consecutive Ursinus player to earn Centennial Player of the Year honors, following in the footsteps of Amy Midgely and Joyce Anne Koubaroulis.
o Ettinger and Goddu were unanimous selections by the 11 Conference head coaches.
o Keever becomes just the ninth player in CC history to earn first-team All-Centennial honors three times.
o Horton becomes the 15th player in Conference history to earn first or second-team All-Centennial honors as a freshman.
o 10 students were also named to the Conference Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes sophomores, junior and seniors
who are key performers and have a 3.40 cumulative grade point average or higher.
o Gettysburg has 32 first-team All-Centennial selections in the 13-year history of the Conference. Washington is second with 22, followed by Swarthmore (20), Johns Hopkins (19), Franklin & Marshall (14), Dickinson (11), McDaniel (10), Ursinus (8), Muhlenberg (7), Bryn Mawr (4) and Haverford (2).


Centennial Conference Players of the Year
1993: Beth Cariello, Johns Hopkins, Sr, F
1994: Melissa Bonder, Swarthmore, Sr, M
1995: Danielle Duffy, Swarthmore, So, F
1996: Danielle Duffy, Swarthmore, Jr, F
1997: Danielle Duffy, Swarthmore, Sr, F
1998: Steph Fisher, Gettysburg, Jr, F
1999: Steph Fisher, Gettysburg, Sr, F
2000: Kristen English, Swarthmore, M
2001: Kristy Moore, Gettysburg, F
2002: Becky Arnold, McDaniel, GK
2003: Amy Midgely, Ursinus, Sr, M
2004: Joyce Anne Koubaroulis, Ursinus, Sr, B
2005: Ashley Ettinger, Ursinus, Jr, M

Three-Time First-Team All-Centennial Selections
Lia Ernst, Swarthmore, 1993-94-95
Becky Griffith, Gettysburg, 1995-96-97
Danielle Duffy, Swarthmore, 1995-96-97
Sarah Sobon, Washington, 1995-96-97
Christyl Arrabal, Washington, 1997-98-99
Quincy Miles, Washington, 1997-98-99
Amy Ritter, Gettysburg, 2001-02-03
Laura Scimeca, Washington, 2002-03-04
Eileen Keever, Franklin & Marshall, 2003-04-05

All-Centennial Conference First- or Second-Team Freshmen
1993: Lia Ernst, Swarthmore, M (1st)
Kellie Mitros, McDaniel (Western Maryland), B (2nd)
Laura Casey, Dickinson, GK (2nd)
1994: Danielle Duffy, Swarthmore, F (2nd)
Sarah Sobon, Washington, M (2nd)
1995: Donna Griffin, Swarthmore, M (2nd)
1996: Beth Varadian, Bryn Mawr, F (2nd)
Christyl Arrabal, Washington, F (2nd)
1999: Marissa Giorgio, Dickinson, GK (2nd)
2000: Kim Camponelli, McDaniel (Western Maryland), B (2nd)
2002: Meighan Roose, Johns Hopkins, M (1st)
2003: Neema Patel, Swarthmore, B (2nd)
Karen Lorang, Swarthmore, GK (2nd)
2004: Jessica Lamina, Ursinus, GK (1st)
2005: Leah Horton, Johns Hopkins, M (2nd)

Centennial Conference Champions
1993: Johns Hopkins
1994: Gettysburg
1995: Swarthmore
1996: Swarthmore
1997: Gettysburg, Swarthmore, Washington
1998: Gettysburg
1999: Gettysburg, Johns Hopkins
2000: Johns Hopkins
2001: Gettysburg
2002: McDaniel
2003: Johns Hopkins
2004: Ursinus