Mariners Monday: Women's Soccer

Mariners Monday: Women's Soccer

Season Highlights:

Team Conference Rankings:

  • Makayla Lewis led the NAC with 0.69 assists per game and 11 total assists
  • Emily Conway let the NAC with a 0.836 save percentage
  • The Mariners led the NAC in assists per game (2.50), goals-against average (0.740), points per game (9.50), save percentage (0.826), scoring offense (3.50), shots on goal per game (10.94), total assists (40), total goals (56), total points (152) and win-loss-tied percentage (0.719)

NCAA Rankings:

  • The Mariners ranked ninth among Division III teams in points per game (9.50) and scoring offense (3.50), while also ranking 14th in the D3 in assists per game (2.50)
  • Makayla Lewis ranked seventh among D3 players in assists per game (0.69) and 20th in total assists (11)

Individual Honors:

  • Autumn Acord was named to the NAC All-Academic Team
  • Allison Boulier earned a spot on the NAC Sportsmanship Team and was named to the NAC All-Academic Team for the second straight-season
  • Lilah Chaar landed on the NAC All-Academic Team for the second-consecutive year
  • Emily Conway was named to the First Team All-Conference
  • Susana DeFrank was named the NAC Defensive Player of the Year, to the NAC First Team All-Conference and the ECAC First Team
  • Eryn Doiron claimed a spot on both the NAC and ECAC First Teams
  • Makayla Lewis earned NAC Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference honors, while also earning a spot on the NAC All-Academic Team 
  • Miranda McIntire earned a spot on the Second and the NAC All-Academic Team for the third-straight year
  • Caitlin Paradis was named to the NAC All-Academic Team
  • Margot Simeon was named to the NAC First Team

Single-Game Records:

  • Margot Simeon dished out three assists against UMaine-Presque Isle on October 13, ranking second all-time in a single-game
  • The Mariners set a new single-game record for points (30), goals (10) and assists (10) against UMaine-Presque Isle on October 13

Single-Season Records:

  • Eryn Doiron scored 37 goals in 2018, tying for first all-time in goals in a single-season and goals per game (1.00)
  • Overall, Doiron tallied 37 points in 2018, ranking second all-time in a single-season
  • Doiron ranks third in a single-season in points per game (2.31)
  • Doiron tallied four game-winning goals in 2018, tying for first all-time in the category
  • Doiron landed 2.19 shots on goal per game in 2018, to rank fifth all-time in that category
  • MacKenzie Carter scored three game-winning goals in 2018, tying for third all-time in that category
  • Makayla Lewis set a new single-season record for assists (13) and assists per game (0.81), while tying for first all-time in penalty kicks made (2)
  • Lewis recorded 35 points in 2018, tying for fifth all-time in a single-season
  • Lewis ranks fourth in a single-season for points per game (2.19)
  • Emily Conway boasted a save percentage of .836, ranking third all-time in single season, Conway also ranks first all-time in goals against average (0.76) and fourth in wins (9)
  • The Mariners set new single-season records in points (156), points per game (9.75), goals (56), goals per game (3.50), game-winning goals (11), assists (44), assists per game (2.75), shots per game (18.31), shots on goal per game (10.94), penalty kicks made (3), penalty kicks attempted (3), goals against average (.74), and wins (11), while tying for first in shutouts (9)

Career Records:

  • Makayla Lewis concludes her career with the Mariners ranking first all-time in shots on goal (148), games played (72), games started (70).
  • Lewis is also tied for first in penalty kicks made (3), second all-time in points (120), goals (46) shots per game (3.65), and shots on goal per game (2.06), and third all-time in points per game (1.67), goals per game (0.64), and assists (18)
  • Eryn Doiron enters her senior season ranking third in shots on goal (78), shots on goal per game (1.47) fourth all-time in points (75), goals (31), points per game (1.42), goals per game (0.58)
  • Both Lewis and Doiron are tied for second in game-winning goals
  • Susana DeFrank finishes her career as a Mariner with 71 games played, tying for third all-time and with 77 shots on goal, tying for fourth all-time
  • DeFrank also started in 69 games, ranking second all-time
  • Emily Conway will enter her junior season, ranking third in goals against average (1.45), wins (14), and fourth in shutouts (9)