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Soccer program cleans up Division II All-Ohio Awards

January 05, 2015

Six members of the Ursuline College soccer team were named to the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association Division II All-Ohio teams that were announced this week.

Sophomore goalkeeper Helen Jazzar, junior forward Vanessa Consiglio and senior midfielder Anna Feitl all earned first team honors while sophomore midfielder Cassie Cripe joined seniors Brittany Prato and Paige Rowan on the second team.

All six players doubled as first team All-Great Midwest Athletic Conference selections and helped guide the program to its first G-MAC title.

Jazzar is a two-time first team all-conference performer. She was the starter in 10 matches in which Ursuline blanked the opponent and went the distance eight times. Her 0.66 goals against average led the conference and ranked her 34th in all of Division II. Jazzar also ranked sixth in the country with a .887 save percentage.

Consiglio was chosen as the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year after she finished the year with a program-best 43 points this year and became the school's all-time leader in career assists (33). No other Ursuline player has more than 20 career helpers. Her 19 assists this year set a new single season school record and led all of Division II. Consiglio also scored 12 goals, tying her for 43rd in Division II and ranking her second in the conference behind only Rowan, to total 43 points which slots her fifth in the country.

Much of what Feitl did went unrecognized in the box score but she did produce two goals and two assists in her senior season. She started all 19 matches and scored arguably the biggest goal of her career in overtime against Alderson Broaddus on Oct. 9 and also assisted on UC's lone goal in a 1-0 win at Kentucky Wesleyan College on Oct. 23.

Cripe, the 2013 Great Midwest Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year and a first team all-conference pick this year, started all 19 matches in the midfield. She scored six goals, three of which were game-winners. Add in her five assists (tied for fourth in the G-MAC) and she tied for seventh in the conference with 17 points.

Prato, a first team all-conference pick, was a key clog in the defense that allowed 0.59 goals per game and pitched 10 shutouts, both of which were tops in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. She was a starting center back in front of UC's two-time first team all-conference goalkeeper Helen Jazzar. Prato started all 75 matches during her four years at Ursuline and scored her first collegiate goal in a win over Salem International University on Oct. 2.

Rowan scored a single season school record 17 goals - seven of which were game-winners. She finished her career with a school record 49 goals and no other player in school history has more than 46. Rowan also passed Jaimie Grindle to take over the school record in career points (112). When the NCAA released its most updated national statistical rankings, she was tied with three other players for seventh in Division II in goals and tied for 17th in the country with 37 points.





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