2013 Daily Journal Field Hockey All-Stars

2013 Daily Journal Field Hockey All-Stars


2013 Daily Journal Field Hockey All-Stars


2013 Field Hockey All-Stars

Alyssa Anderson, Cumberland — The senior midfielder deposited 10 goals this season to keep the Colts’ offense churning, but it was her patience and gritty play that stood out on defense. Anderson used her stick skills to help link both ends of the field.

Lexi Brown, Delsea — The junior forward was another key in the Crusaders’ offensive game this season. When she wasn’t utilizing her playmaking ability to set up her teammates, she put up respectable numbers of her own with seven goals and five assists.

Brianna Cerione, Buena — The senior defender created havoc for every opposing forward she was assigned to mark. Hardworking and a tough competitor, Cerione also chipped in five goals for the Chiefs.

Corrine Etter, Millville — The Daily Journal Player of the Year.

Katherine Handy, Millville — This senior defender’s level-headed play helped bail the Thunderbolts out of trouble when they needed it most. A consistent player with a clean technique, Handy was especially impressive on penalty and defensive corners.

Ciera Ismail, Schalick — The senior defender is known for her speed and versatility, but she also provided the Cougars with plenty of leadership.

Emily Mancini, Delsea — The senior played an integral role in the midfield for the Crusaders this season, both with her offensive skills and her playmaking ability. Mancini put up solid numbers with 10 goals and three assists.

Kate Reed, Millville — The junior goalkeeper was able to post 193 saves with six shutouts against tough competition this season. While only allowing 49 goals and more than doubling her save numbers from last season, Reed’s game continues to improve each year.

Alaina Seyler, Buena — The senior thrived in any role she was assigned this season. She contributed 10 goals and five assists for the Chiefs’ offense while her versatility allowed her to play every position on the field.

Cecelia Sharp, Schalick — The junior midfielder played well defensively for the Cougars all season, including a strong offensive effort to keep her team alive during the postseason.

Lacy Spinelli, Delsea — This speedy junior shined on defense after an injury sidelined her for most of last year. Another Crusader known for creating scoring opportunities, she registered seven assists this season.


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