Seven Tigers earn All-NCAC honors

Seven Tigers earn All-NCAC honors

Cleveland, Ohio -- Seven Tigers recently earned All-NCAC honors, while senior Grace Goodbarn was named co-player of the year by the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Goodbarn, who was named All-NCAC first team for the fourth consecutive year, played a vital role in the Tigers' offensive attack. Through 19 games, Goodbarn tallied six goals on 46 shots and has added six assists for a total of 18 points.

Joining Goodbarn as first-team selections were sophomores Paige Berliner and Maddy Burds. This was the first All-NCAC honor for Berliner while Burds makes the jump from the 2014 All-NCAC second team.

Berliner leads the team with 18 goals and 10 assists, while Burds has recorded one goal and four assists as one of DePauw's key defenders.

Making All-NCAC second team honors were sophomore Reilly Bruce and freshman defender Riley Miller. Bruce was second on the team in goals at 15.

Earning All-NCAC honorable mentions were freshman Rose Revolinski (five goals, nine assists) and junior defender Annie Wyman.

The Tigers finished in second place in the NCAC before winning the conference tournament and earning an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. Balloting was conducted by the NCAC field hockey coaches.