Alfred State sophomores Kali Muhleisen (Alfred Almond), Hannah Holmok (Alfred Almond), and Krista DeCarlo (West Islip) were all named All-American by the USCAA. Muhleisen was a 1st team selection, Holmok a 2nd team, and DeCarlo was named honorable mention.
Muhleisen led the Lady Pioneers in scoring for the second straight year. She netted 21 goals and passed out two assists. Nine of her goals were game winners. Her best game was vs. SUNY Canton when she scored three times and passed out an assist. She found the back of the net more than once in a game seven times.
This follows a freshmen season in which she scored 31 times and passed out eight assists en route to being named 1st team NJCAA DIII All-American.
Holmok was second on the Lady Pioneers with 19 points. She scored five times and passed out a team high nine assists. Her best game of the year came at Jamestown CC when she scored once and passed out three assists. At the USCAA Championships, Holmok scored in both of the Lady Pioneers contests.
During her freshmen season, Holmok scored 12 goals and had six assists. She was named a 2nd team NJCAA DIII All-American.
DeCarlo played all but 16:30 minutes in net this season for the blue & gold. She finished the year with a 12-5-1 record, a 1.33 goals against average, and was part of seven shutouts. She made a total of 105 saves on the year.
This follows a freshmen season in which she was 15-2 in net with a 0.52 goals against average and 48 saves. She was named 1st team All-WNYAC last year.
The Lady Pioneers were 12-5-1 on the year and advanced to the semifinals of the USCAA National Championships.
The trio are the first Lady Pioneer soccer players to be honored by the USCAA.