Dec. 21 – NEW CONCORD, Ohio – Closing the book on a stellar four-year career, Hiram College women's soccer senior Allie Glatt has been recognized with two additional awards for her trophy case. The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association recently announced that Glatt has been named to both the NCAA Division III All-Ohio and the Academic All-Ohio teams.
The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association is one of the oldest and most prestigious college soccer associations in the Nation. The OCSA represents all National Collegiate Athletic Association divisions (NCAA), all National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics divisions (NAIA) and all National Junior College Athletic Association divisions (NJCAA) in Ohio.
Glatt was named to both lists for the second time in her career, landing First-Team Academic All-Ohio honors, and All-Ohio Third-Team laurels. Glatt is not only the first Terrier in school history to earn both awards in the same season, but she also becomes the first to accomplish the feat, twice.
Glatt played and started in 15 games during her senior campaign, earning Second-Team All-North Coast Athletic Conference honors. The forward led the Terriers in goals (4), assists (4) and total points (12). She finished the season with one, multi-goal game while also tallying a game-winning goal.
The single-season record holder for points (31 as a junior in 2015), Glatt left her stamp on the Terrier record books following her four years. She finished her career ranked first in Hiram history in assists (17) while ranking second in shots (200), goals (30) and total points (77).
A three-time All-NCAC honoree, Glatt has also earned Third-Team All-Ohio honors, twice, becoming the only player in school history to do so.
Not only did Glatt excel on the field, but she also made her mark in the classroom, earning Academic All-Ohio First-Team Honors for the third-consecutive year. A sociology major with a minor in international studies, Glatt holds a 3.54 GPA.
Glatt was one of just 14 players throughout the state who earned both athletic and academic honors from the OCSA. She was also just one of four athletes from the NCAC to garner both All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio laurels (Gwennie Gardner – Oberlin, Maggie Smith – Kenyon, Alyssa Giarrusso – Ohio Wesleyan).
"Allie has been a great example of the type of player that we want in our program as we head into the future," commented second-year head coach Michael Cracas. "Not only was she a gifted athlete, but she has also been a dedicated student. Her energy, effort, and commitment to excellence has been a great example for others."