ANNVILLE, Pa. - Hood College's Jayden Barrick was named the All-Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Field Hockey Second Team in voting conducted by the league's coaches.
Barrick, the senior defensive player made an impressive exit for her final season by setting Hood's school records for defensive saves in a season (26) and a career (52). Her 26 defensive stops lead all NCAA players, regardless of division. Barrick recorded 15 defensive saves in MAC Commonwealth action, including five against Alvernia and three apiece against No. 2 Messiah and Albright. She chipped in on the offensive end with a goal against Neumann.
She is the first Blazer named to the all-conference team since Alexis Briscoe and Emily Richardson were honored after the 2014 season.
Below is the 2018 All-MAC Commonwealth Field Hockey Team.
|Co-Offensive Player of the Year: Cecile Kat (So.), Lebanon Valley|
|Co-Offensive Player of the Year: Kezia Loht (Sr.), Messiah|
|Defensive Player of the Year: Shayna Landis (Sr.), Messiah|
|Rookie of the Year: Madi Radnoff (Fr.), Widener|
|Coach of the Year: Brooke Good, Messiah|
|Forward||Cecile Kat||Lebanon Valley||Sophomore|
|Defender||Tasia Dennis||Lebanon Valley||Senior|
|Defender||Alida Steenkamer||Lebanon Valley||Junior|
|Goalie||Victoria ByDeley||Lebanon Valley||Senior|