Sheehan, Whelan and senior back Caitlyn Serafine (Canandaigua, N.Y.) were all named to the America East All-Conference First Team, while senior midfielder Marianne Rivard (West Kingston, R.I.) was named to the All-Conference Second Team.
Sheehan and Serafine were also named to the America East All-Academic team with 3.04 and 3.16 GPAs, respectively.
Sheehan’s nine goals and 20 points led the conference this season, while her four game-winning goals were also tops in the conference. Sheehan was named America East Player of the Week for the weeks ending Sept. 3 and Oct. 7.
Whelan gave Sheehan a run for her money all season long, finishing third in points (16), fourth in goals (5) and second in assists (6). Whelan was named America East Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 9.
Serafine, a co-captain, tallied two goals and an assist as a defender, while playing
Rivard recorded three goals and three assists, which placed her third on the team in points (9). She also finished tied for second in the conference in game-winning goals with three.
Avitabile started all 17 of the Wildcats’ 18 games she played in at midfield while tallying three assists.
Posehn played in 17 games at back for the ‘Cats, contributing to their exceptional defensive numbers.
Jackson and his staff led the Wildcats to their seventh straight America East tournament appearance – the longest active streak in the conference – and their first-ever No. 1 seed in that tournament. This is
The Wildcats will play host to either No. 4 Stony Brook University or No. 5 University of