Nov. 7 – CLEVELAND, Ohio – Three members of the Hiram College women's soccer team were selected to the All-North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) teams, Wednesday afternoon.
The three All-NCAC selections mark the most honorees the Terriers have seen since the 2015 season.
Green earned her second straight All-NCAC honor, after leading the conference with a career-high 125 saves. The two-year starter has now led the conference in back-to-back seasons tallying 233 saves in net.
Throughout the 2018 season, Green appeared in all 17 games, making 16 starts. In those games, the junior tallied double-digit saves five times, including 13 saves in the first conference victory of the season against DePauw.
The First Team honor marks the first All-NCAC selection for Ward. The sophomore posted a career year with 16 points. Ward ranked in the top five of the conference with a career-best seven goals. She recorded a multi-goal performance in both NCAC victories this season.
Baker rounded out the three, garnering her first All-NCAC accolade. The defender made 14 appearances this season, scoring a game winning goal in the 4-3 win over Allegheny (Pa.).
Under fourth year head coach Michael Cracas, Hiram went 2-5-1 in the NCAC. The two conference victories tied the Hiram record for the most conference wins in a season.