Four Receive All-UMAC Recognition in Women’s Soccer
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Four women’s soccer players were given all-conference recognition Monday with the announcement of postseason awards, with Bethany Schultz being named Co-Rookie of the Year and First Team All-UMAC, while Kadie Drake, Hannah Mattek and Allison Snyder were named Honorable Mention All-UMAC.
Schultz led the team in goals (12), points (34), shots (102) and shots on goal (49), and finished second in assists (ten). Her totals also put her first in the UMAC in shots and shots per game, second in goals, points, and points per game, and third in assists.
Drake missed several games in the middle of the conference season due to injury, but still managed to finish the season with ten goals, eight of which came in conference play. She also finished with four assists, 34 shots and 21 shots on goal.
Mattek joined Schultz as a first-year impact player, leading MLC with 11 assists on the season, which put her in a first-place tie for most in the conference. Mattek also added nine goals to give her 29 points on the season, which put her third in the UMAC.
Snyder finished the season with a goals against average of 2.36 in 15 games as the primary goalkeeper for the Knights. She finished second in the UMAC in saves (122) and third in save percentage (.797).
MLC finished the season 8-11-1, and finished sixth in the UMAC with a conference record of 5-8-1.