To be nominated, a student-athlete must be a significant starter or reserve with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50 (on a 4.00 scale) at his/her current institution.
big Discard the potatoes (Salisbury, MD / James M. Bennett), junior Diana Clay (Damascus/Damascus), Flor Katz Star (Huntingtown, MD/Calvert) and Mary Quinn (Plymouth, MA/Plymouth South), sophomores Cecily Clark (Ellicott City, MD/Centennial) W Morgan Chrislin (Manchester, Maryland/Manchester Valley) earned 2022 season honors.
Perunko appeared in all 20 games, scoring 19. The English major, who has a 3,961 GPA, was part of a defensive unit that recorded six shutouts over Eastern Mennonite University (September 7), Stephenson University (September 14), College of Wales (September 17), SUNY Morrisville (September 18) , Gallaudet University (October 5), and Newman University (October 19).
A double major in Economics and Environmental Studies with a 3.962 GPA, Clay was an important component of the Seahawks’ midfield play. The 5-7 linebacker appeared in all 20 games with 19 starts, and had her first career assist in a win over Gallaudet.
Katz Starr hit the field for 17 games, recording 13 starts. Recorded 1 assist in win over Morrisville (September 18). The 5-2 linebacker specializes in public health with a 3.674 GPA.
Quinn, a technical major with a 3,584 GPA, scored two goals and an assist in 20 games played, and shot 30 shots, including 14 on goal. The 5-4 midfielder scored the winning goal in the match against Wales (September 17).
Clark appeared in all 20 games with 13 starts. A double major in marine science and biology with a 3.958 GPA was part of all six closings on Eastern Mennonite University (September 7), Stephenson University (September 14), College of Wales (September 17), SUNY Morrisville (September 18) and Gallaudet University (5 October) and Newman University (October 19). The 5-6 defender/midfielder scored her first two career goals at Gallaudet Stadium (October 5).
Kresslein, a double major in Neuroscience and Biology with a 4.0 GPA, added a goal and a team-best five assists in 20 games played with seven starts.
The 2022 Academic All-District® women’s soccer team, selected by CSC, honors the top student-athletes in the nation for their combined performance on the field and in the classroom. The CSC Academic All-America® program separately recognizes football honors in four divisions – NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, and NAIA.