LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Freshman goalkeeper Mimi Borkan (Medfield, Mass.) of the University of New Hampshire women's soccer team was named to the Jewish Sports Review's All-America Team. She was just one of two freshmen in the nation named to the squad.
Borkan started 13 of the 15 games she played and finished with a record of 3-5-5 with five shutouts. Her shutout mark was the most since 2006 when former Wildcat Lynn Gugliuzza recorded seven. The rookie recorded a shutout streak of 293:14 that spanned nearly three games (Sept. 25-Oct. 3). Borkan totaled 1349:12 between the pipes, recording a goals against average of 0.87 and a save percentage of .849.
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