AMCC Announces All-Conference Teams
Hulbert Only Hawk to be Honored
- Release Date:
- November 8, 2011
- The Office of Sports Information
- (716) 649-7900 ext. 333
PITTSBURGH, PA — The 2011 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference All-Conference soccer teams were released and, for the fourth year in a row, Alyssa Hulbert has been recognized as one of the top players in the women’s soccer league. Hulbert caps her final season off with a repeat First Team All-Conference selection in both her junior and senior years after spending a season on the Second Team as well as the Honorable Mention squad her first two terms.
The Tonawanda, NY native led the Hawks in scoring earning 26 points off a combination of 11 goals and 4 assists. Hulbert was a constant threat to the opposing team’s defense finishing the year with 64 shots (36 on goal). The midfielder ranked 4th in goals, 3rd in goals per game, and 6th in points once all the dust settled after the AMCC play-offs.
Hulbert nailed the game winning PK in a 2-1 overtime win against Thiel (9/22) then followed that up with another game-decider against Pitt-Greensburg to open AMCC play (9/24). With two goals and an assist against Chatham University (9/20), Hulbert finished that week with 11 points and was named as the AMCC Offensive Player of the Week on September 26.
She completed her senior year with two or more goals on three different occasions and scored her only hat-trick in 2011 in the team’s lopsided victory over Penn State Beaver.
The Hawks finished with a 7-10 overall and 2-7 AMCC record putting them in 8th place.
Thirty-three soccer players and one coach are recognized for their contributions to their team’s success by the conference coaches at the completion of each season. The AMCC names a Newcomer of the Year, a Player of the Year and a Coach of the Year as well as 11 players (3 forwards, 4 midfielders, 3 defenders and 1 goalie) to the All-Conference First, Second and Third teams.
Bryan Weimerskirch (La Roche) was named the Newcomer of the Year; for the second year in a row Alexander Rouse (Medaille) and Toby Abdul-Razaq (Pitt-Bradford) have to share the Co-Players of the Year award, and Darek Panol (Pitt-Bradford) was honored as the men’s soccer Coach of the Year.
Maddie Monte (Penn State Behrend) was named the Newcomers of the Year; Valerie Wagner (Penn State Behrend) was the Player of the Year and Michael Idland (Pitt-Bradford) was honored as the women’s soccer Coach of the Year.
The women's volleyball All Conference teams were also released with twenty-one players (7 players per squad) and one coach receiving recognition. Robin Tabaka (Penn State Altoona) was named the Newcomer of the Year; Meghan Fahy (Medaille College) as the Player of the Year and Phil Peterman from Penn State Altoona took home the Coach of the Year award.
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