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Four Westminster Women Named To RMAC All-Conference Team and Honorable Mention

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) announced the 2018 All-RMAC teams and major awards.

Regis picked up two awards with Sarah Myers named Offensive Player of the Year and Jada Bonner named Midfielder of the Year. Hanna Meek of Rockhurst was named Defensive Player of the Year. Lindenwood took three awards with Rachell Ortell named Goalie of the Year, Natalie Church Freshman of the Year and Jack Cribbin Coach of the Year.

The major awards, along with First and Second Team members, were voted on by the conference’s 10 head coaches. The coaches were not allowed to vote for their own players. Twelve student-athletes were named to First Team and 12 were named to Second Team. Players that received one First Team Vote or Second Team Votes were named honorable mention.

Senior Katie Adams, junior Madison Ingman and sophomore Mikala Anderson were named to the All-RMAC Second Team, and senior Daisy Mele was named honorable mention.

Adams is second on the team with 49 points. She scored 43 goals and six assists. She averages 3.58 goals per game and leads the conference along with teammate Madison Ingman. She is fifth in the RMAC for points per game, 4.08, and ninth with 5.75 shots per game. Adams has picked up 60 ground balls and leads the conference averaging 5 ground balls per game. She averages 3.82 draw control wins per game and ranks 10th in the RMAC.

Ingman leads Westminster with 54 points from 43 goals and 11 assists. She also averages 3.58 goals per game and shares the lead in the conference with Adams. She ranks third in the RMAC averaging 4.50 points per game and averages 6.08 shots per game for seventh in the conference.

Anderson is third in the RMAC with 3.86 ground balls per game. She is second in the conference in both save percentage and saves per game. Over seven games she has recorded 12.14 saves per game and a .528 save percentage.

Mele is fifth in the RMAC and one of five Griffins in the top 10 for ground balls. She has collected 44 and averages 3.67 per game. She ranks eighth in the conference for caused turnovers, averaging 2.00 per game. She has also tallied five goals.

The major awards, along with First and Second Team members, were voted on by the conference’s 10 head coaches. The coaches were not allowed to vote for their own players. Twelve student-athletes were named to First Team and 12 were named to Second Team. Players that received one First Team Vote or Second Team Votes were named honorable mention.

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