Kasmarcik heads trio of women's soccer all-stars

Complete All-Conference Teams

Binghamton women's socer landed three players on the America East All-Conference Team, the school learned Thursday. Senior forward Tracy Kasmarcik (Binghamton, N.Y./Susquehanna Valley) earned second team honors, junior back Tatiana Mathelier (Pomona, N.Y./Saddle River Day School) was placed on the honorable mention team, and freshman forward Danielle White (Haddon Township, N.J.) was selected to the all-rookie squad.

Kasmarcik, who was a first team all-star last season, collected a team-high seven goals with four assists. She netted four game-winners, and ranks third all-time at Binghamton with 113 points (46 goals, 21 assists). Mathelier led a BU defensive unit that produced seven shutouts and a 1.79 goals against average. A forward in her first two collegiate seasons, Mathelier added the game-winner against Stony Brook and two assists. White was second on the team with five goals and 15 points. She recorded the game-winning goal in Binghamton's 2-0 win over St. John's.

Despite not reaching the America East post-season tournament, the Bearcats (9-7-2) are assured of the program's 17th consecutive winning season. They will await word on a possible ECAC tournament bid when the selections are announced Monday, November 10.


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