Zambrano, Summers, Flemming & Jones Named to 2005 All-Centennial Conference Women's Soccer Team
LANCASTER, PA -- Centennial Conference Executive Director Steve Ulrich announced today that Franklin & Marshall College placed four players on the 2005 All-Centennial Conference women's soccer team.
A second team selection, forward Amanda Zambrano (Sr., Pittsburgh, PA/Fox Chapel) leads the Diplomats in goals (eight), game winning goals (five) and points (19) this season as she has scored eight goals with three assist for 19 points.
A 2003, 2004 and 2005 Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll recipient for holding a grade point average above 3.4, she was previously named to the 2003 second team and 2004 honorable mention All-Centennial Conference squads.
A September 6, 12, October 3, 24 and 31 Centennial Conference Honor Roll recipient, she was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2004 and 2005 Law Firm of Gray, Patterson, Cody & Taylor Women's Soccer Tournament hosted by Franklin & Marshall College.
For her career, she has 40 goals and nine assists for 89 career points as she is one goal behind Mary Kilgannon '87 (41) for fifth in goals at the College and ranks seventh in points.
Franklin & Marshall received three honorable mention selections as midfielder Shannon Summers (Fr., North Wales, PA/The Hill School), back Julie Flemming (Sr., Millersville, PA/Penn Manor) and goalie Robyn Jones (Jr., Titusville, NJ/Pennington) garnered their first All-Centennial Conference honors.
Ranked second on the team in goals (seven) and points (7-2-16), Summers was named to the October 17 Centennial Conference Honor Roll and is pace to finish among the top 10 in goals and the top 15 in point in Franklin & Marshall history.
Flemming finished the season with three assists to raise her career-scoring total to one goal and seven assists for nine points in three seasons.
Overall, she was part of an F&M defense which 0.90 goals per game this year and 0.95 over her career (51 goals in 4816:03).
In goal, Jones has an 8-5-1 record, six shutouts, 0.89 goals against average and .843 save percentage with 70 saves and 13 goals allowed on 83 shots on goal in 1308:28 this year after transferring from Division I Rutgers University
Historically, she has 22 shutouts in 55 career games at Rutgers and Franklin & Marshall, including 16 in 41 games with the Scarlet Knights.
Franklin & Marshall (10-5-1, 5-5 Centennial Conference) could continue its season next week in the six team Eastern College Athletic Conference Southern Region Tournament. An announcement is expected early in the afternoon of November 7.
2005 All-Centennial Conference Women's Soccer Team
Pos / Name
F-Katie Myers, Gettysburg *
F-Lisa Nichols, Dickinson #
F-Meg McIntosh, Johns Hopkins (A) %
F-Ashley Emmons, Haverford *
M-Elena Kozakewich, Haverford *
M-Katie Ferraro, Gettysburg #
M-MeeJ Kim, Haverford *
B-Jessica McKenzie, Johns Hopkins (A) #
B-Cathy Carbanaro, Haverford #
B-Caitlin Mullarkey, Swarthmore
GK-Alanna Schechtman, Dickinson
Pos / Name
F-Amanda Zambrano, Franklin & Marshall (A) @
F-Noelle Bisinger, Ursinus
F-Lauren Kibbe, Haverford
M-Erin Parkyn, Dickinson (A)
M-Amy Schmidt, Muhlenberg (A) #
M-Mia Theroux, Bryn Mawr
M-Stephanie Heath, Gettysburg (A) @
B-Lauren Washam, Ursinus @
B-Megan Murphy, Gettysburg (A)
B-Kristin Igusky, Gettysburg (A)
GK-Michelle Mullen, McDaniel *
Pos / Name
F-Jessica Griggs, Dickinson @
F-Danielle Tocchet, Swarthmore
F-Stephanie Bradley, Washington
M-Stephanie Smith, Gettysburg
M-Courtney Scally, Dickinson @
M-Shannon Summers, Franklin & Marshall
B-Lindsey Kimura, Johns Hopkins (A) *
B-Erin Mooney, Dickinson
B-Laurie Goon, Gettysburg
B-Julie Flemming, Franklin & Marshall
B-Katie Amari, Muhlenberg (A)
GK-Robyn Jones, Franklin & Marshall
GK-Jen Goebel, Johns Hopkins (A)
* 1st team All-Centennial in 2004
% 1st team All-Centennial in 2003; 2nd team in 2004
# 2nd team All-Centennial in 2004
@ Honorable Mention All-Centennial in 2004
(A) Academic Honor Roll selection in 2005
Player of the Year - Katie Myers, Gettysburg, Jr., Forward