11.18.11 WOMEN'S SOCCER: Cavs Place Six on All-AMC Team
Women's Soccer, 2011-11-18
CEDARVILLE, Ohio - The Walsh University women’s soccer team placed six players on the All-AMC team this year, including two on the first team, three on the second, and an honorable mention.
All-AMC First Team members included goalkeeper Jillian Zanney (Sr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) and forward and midfielder Molly Martin (Jr., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS). Zanney recorded a goals against average of 1.36, made 80 saves on the year, and shutout the opposition six times. She ends her career as school-record holder in career shutouts with 20, goalkeeper games played with 67, and third in career saves with 325. Zanney was an All-AMC Second Team member as a junior and freshman, and Third Team selection as a sophomore. Martin scored six goals and three assists for 15 points on the season. This is Martin’s second consecutive year as an All-AMC First Team selection. She was also a second team member as a freshman.
Kelly Sklenar (Jr., 5-3, Canfield, OH/Cardinal Mooney), Lauren Jokovich (So., 5-4, Canton, OH/Jackson), and Carley Adams were picked as All-AMC Second Team members. Adams led the team in scoring with 11 goals and one assist for 23 points while starting every game this season. Adams was a second-team selection a year ago. Jokovich was the second-leading scorer for the Cavs’ as she scored four goals and eight assists for 16 points. She also started in every game this season and was an honorable mention selection a year ago. Sklenar scored a goal and an assist for three points as a defender while starting in 17 games this season. Sklenar was an All-AMC Honorable Mention as a freshman.
Gina Pinzone (Jr., 5-6, Cleveland, OH/Padua Franciscan) was an All-AMC Honorable Mention selection. She scored four goals and four assist for 12 points and also started in all 18 games.
The Cavaliers finished 13-5 overall and 8-3 in the conference.