LANCASTER, Pa. – Four Franklin & Marshall field hockey players grabbed spots on the 2016 All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team, announced by the league office on Monday. Annie Horsley, Bridget Falcone, and Ilianna Santangelo landed on the first team, while Sarah Schannauer took second-team honors.
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Falcone (New Canaan, Conn. / New Canaan) earned All-CC honors for the second time after being named to the second team in 2015. A unanimous first-team selection, the senior defender has started all 18 games for an F&M defense that ranks first in the CC and top-20 in the nation in goals against average.
Horsley (Pennington, N.J. / The Pennington School) also made her second appearance on the All-CC Team after receiving Honorable Mention status last season. Another unanimous first-team selection, the junior captain is tied for the most assists on the team as a midfielder and tied for the fifth-highest assist total in the conference.
Santangelo (Sudbury, Mass. / Saint Marks), a sophomore goalkeeper, earned All-CC honors for the first time after leading the conference with a 0.93 goals-against average. She also ranked second in save percentage (.795) and goals against (17) en route to first-team recognition.
Schannauer (Whitehall, Pa. / Whitehall) landed on the All-CC Second Team in the first conference honors of her career. A junior defender, Schannauer is tied for the team high with six assists and has recorded five defensive saves on the season.
F&M opens action in the 2016 NCAA Tournament on Wednesday, hosting King's at 5:00 p.m. for a first-round matchup.