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Four Field Hockey Standouts Named All-Americans

Louisa Boddy was selected as a Second Team All-American in her only year with the Huskies.

Nov. 20, 2012

STORRS, Conn. - Graduate student back Louisa Boddy, junior forward Marie Elena Bolles, sophomore forward Chloe Hunnable and junior goalkeeper Sarah Mansfield have each been named to 2012 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America Teams as announced by the NFHCA on Tuesday.  Mansfield earned First Team status, Boddy was named to the Second Team while Bolles and Hunnable each earned Third Team honors.

23 different Huskies have now earned a total of 40 First Team All-America selections while 26 Huskies have earned a total of 29 Second Team honors. 

The Huskies recently completed a 19-3 season and won their 12th BIG EAST Tournament championship.  UConn earned the No. 3 overall seed in the 2012 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship and advanced to the Quarterfinal. 

Mansfield posted a 1.13 goals against average and posted six shutouts en route to a 19-3 record.  She earned First Team All-America status for the second-straight year and finished her junior season with a 54-12 overall record with 13 career shutouts.  Mansfield was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team for the third-straight year.

Boddy made a huge impact in her only year in Storrs, leading the Huskies with 16 goals and finishing second on the squad with 39 points.  She also tied for the team lead with six game-winning goals and was honored as a First Team All-BIG EAST selection.

Bolles finished the year third on the team with 12 goals, eight assists and 32 points.  She was named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year and scored one of her team-high tying six game-winning goals in the final second of the 2012 BIG EAST Championship Final to clinch the victory for the Huskies.



Hunnable picked up right where she left off in her rookie season, leading Connecticut with 41 points and scoring 15 goals to go along with a team-high tying 11 assists.  Hunnable, the 2011 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year, also earned mention on the All-BIG EAST First Team.

First Team
Kelsey Amy - Penn State University
Chelsea Armstrong - Northwestern University
Charlotte Craddock - University of North Carolina
Becky Dru - Stanford University
Megan Frazer - University of Maryland
Laura Hahnefeldt - Syracuse University
Kelsey Kolojejchick - University of North Carolina
Sarah Mansfield - University of Connecticut

Crystal Poland - Northeastern University
Julia Reinprecht - Princeton University
Katie Reinprecht - Princeton University
Paige Selenski - University of Virginia
Kat Sharkey - Princeton University
Caitlin Van Sickle - University of North Carolina
Michelle Vittese - University of Virginia
Thando Zono - University of Massachusetts

Second Team
Abby Barker - Michigan State University
Jessica Barnet t - University of Iowa
Louisa Boddy - University of Connecticut

Elly Buckley - University of Virginia
Michelle Cesan - Princeton University
Amanda Fleischut - Drexel University
Laura Gebhart - Penn State University
Ella Gunson - Boston University
Christy Longacre - Old Dominion University
Jessica Longstreth - University at Albany
Rachel Mack - University of Michigan
Kathleen McGraw - University of Iowa
Kelsey Millman - Syracuse University
Emma Plasteras - Boston College
Harriet Tibble - University of Maryland
Jill Witmer - University of Maryland

Third Team
Marie Elena Bolles - University of Connecticut

Megan Bozek - University of New Hampshire
Sarah Breen - Old Dominion University
Deanna DiCroce - Lafayette College
Deirdre Duke - Northeastern University
Brittany Grzywacz - Penn State University
Kelsey Harbin - Stanford University
Paula Heimbach - Duke University
Iona Holloway - Syracuse University
Chloe Hunnable - University of Connecticut

Anna Kozniuk - Wake Forest University
Christina Maida - Princeton University
Jacinda McLeod - Boston University
Sandra Penas - Rider University
Tara Puffenberger - Northwestern University
Emily Wold - University of North Carolina