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Two Earn ODAC Honors

Junior Emily Yergin was named first team All-ODAC at forward and senior Rebecca Collimore earned third team accolades at midfield to become the 27th and 28th women to have earned All-ODAC honors in seven seasons of league play.
Junior Emily Yergin was named first team All-ODAC at forward and senior Rebecca Collimore earned third team accolades at midfield to become the 27th and 28th women to have earned All-ODAC honors in seven seasons of league play.

FOREST, Va. - The Shenandoah University women's soccer team had two players earn All-ODAC honors in selections announced Wednesday morning by the league office.

Junior Emily Yergin was named first team All-ODAC at forward and senior Rebecca Collimore earned third team accolades at midfield to become the 27th and 28th women to have earned All-ODAC honors in seven seasons of league play.

For Yergin, it is her third straight first team All-ODAC accolade. Collimore is now a two-time All-ODAC selection after having earned third team honors last season.

Yergin led the Hornets in scoring again this season, posting 16 goals and 11 assists for 43 points. Three of her goals were game-winners and she finished second in the league in both points and assists and third in goals.

Collimore, who is a Doctor of Physical Therapy candidate as well as a Master's in Athletic Training student, had five goals and three assists for 13 points this season.

Her final goal, with 62 seconds to play in the ODAC quarterfinals versus Randolph-Macon, sent that contest into overtime.

Yergin is 14 points, three goals and eight assists from becoming the all-time leader at SU in each of those categories. She enters her senior year with 118 points on 48 goals and 22 assists.

The complete list: 

OLD DOMINION ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

All-ODAC Women's Soccer Awards 

ODAC Player of the Year: Caitlin Mertens, Sr., F, Lynchburg

ODAC Coach of the Year: Dr. Todd Olsen, Lynchburg

ODAC Rookie of the Year: Hanna Randolph, Fr., M, Bridgewater

ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete: Maddie Burns, Sr., M, Randolph-Macon

  

 ALL-ODAC FIRST TEAM 

Forwards 

Bailey Kratz 

Bridgewater 

Caitlin Mertens 

Lynchburg 

Gabby Nelson 

Randolph-Macon 

Emily Yergin 

Shenandoah 

Midfielders 

Hanna Randolph 

Bridgewater 

Kennedy Jakubek 

Lynchburg 

Casey Kent 

Randolph-Macon 

Megan Engeland 

Washington and Lee 

Defenders 

Katie Waring 

Lynchburg 

Lexi Mallory 

Randolph-Macon 

Ann Marie Moffett 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Erin Hoeh 

Washington and Lee 

Goalkeeper 

Chris Martin 

Roanoke 

 

 ALL-ODAC SECOND TEAM 

Forwards 

Hannah Olds 

Lynchburg 

Marli Hayward 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Caroline Peters 

Washington and Lee 

Sydney von Rosenberg 

Washington and Lee 

Midfielders 

Catherine Haufe 

Bridgewater 

Lucy Perry 

Roanoke 

Kennedi Anders 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Caroline Coppinger 

Washington and Lee 

Defenders 

Savannah Cowan 

Bridgewater 

Sydney Ryan 

Bridgewater 

Jules Heuchan 

Randolph-Macon 

Ryan Applewhite 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Goalkeeper 

Edye Carr 

Randolph-Macon 

 

 

 ALL-ODAC THIRD TEAM 

Forwards 

Hunter Collier 

Bridgewater 

Sara Bane 

Randolph 

Alex Davidson 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Anna Pedicone 

Virginia Wesleyan 

Midfielders 

Rachel Cooke 

Lynchburg 

Kara Rombough 

Lynchburg 

Jillian Barnard 

Roanoke 

Rebecca Collimore 

Shenandoah 

Defenders 

Cyan Coates 

Bridgewater 

Tate Royer 

Lynchburg 

Erin Flamm 

Roanoke 

Kristen Castle 

Washington and Lee 

Goalkeeper 

Sydney Davis 

Bridgewater 

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