KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Two Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) women’s soccer players were recognized by United Soccer Coaches as All-New England Region honorees as Roger Williams’ Sam Woznicki (Bristol, Conn.) and Endicott’s Rachel Hanna (Chelmsford, Mass.) were both honored.
Woznicki was named to the All-New England Second Team and Hanna was named to the All-New England Third Team.
SAM WOZNICKI, ROGER WILLIAMS – ALL-NEW ENGLAND SECOND TEAM
Woznicki finished the season as CCC Defensive Player of the Year. She helped form a defensive backfield that allowed just 1.06 goals per game, which was second-best in the CCC. In addition, Woznicki also helped lead Roger Williams the Hawks to 11 shutouts, best in the conference. Offensively, she was a force on the field, finishing the season third in the CCC with seven assists, sixth in the conference with 23 points, and seventh with eight goals.
RACHEL HANNA, ENDICOTT – ALL-NEW ENGLAND THIRD TEAM
The All-Region distinction follows her first CCC Player of the Year and All-CCC First Team nods. With Hanna leading the offensive attack in 2017, the Gulls averaged 2.89 goals per game, up from 2.42 in 2016. The senior posted 15 goals and eight assists on the campaign for a total of 38 points. Her 38 points were good for 11th in Endicott's single season history, as she more than doubled her point total from her junior season the year before. In total, Hanna either scored or assisted on six game-winning goals on the season as the Gulls posted a 13-5-1 record overall that saw the team advance to the CCC semifinals.
Portions of this release are courtesy of the Endicott and Roger Williams Sports Information Departments.
ABOUT THE COMMONWEALTH COAST CONFERENCE
The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), founded in 1984, is an NCAA Division III athletic conference comprised of ten full member and four associate member institutions throughout the New England region. Its membership aims to provide student-athletes with a positive experience in their pursuit of excellence through high academic standards, quality competition, and a meaningful student life. The conference administers championships in 18 intercollegiate sports.