Field Hockey Places Two on 2014 All-ODAC Teams

Field Hockey Places Two on 2014 All-ODAC Teams
FOREST, Va. --- Bridgewater College received a pair of special honors as part of the All-ODAC Field Hockey Awards. Eagles' midfielder Caroline Augsburger was tabbed the ODAC Player of the Year, while BC mentor Allyson Kenyon earned ODAC Coach of the Year laurels. Shenandoah University goalkeeper Jenna Rampale garnered ODAC Rookie of the Year honors, while Virginia Wesleyan College defender Tanya Puccio was recognized as the ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Scholar-Athlete.

Two Maroons were named to the 2014 All-ODAC Teams. Shelbi Holloman was named First Team All-ODAC for her play in 2014, and is the first Maroon since Cristina Schicilone in 2009 to earn first team honors. Kellie Jasinski was also named Second Team All-ODAC.

Holloman, a sophomore from Suffolk, VA is a two-time All-ODAC selection, earning Third Team honors in her freshman campaign. Holloman finished the season with 14 goals, which ranked fourth among all-players in the ODAC. She ranked eighth in the conference with her 28 points, and was seventh in total shots (61). She put away two-game winners for the Maroons, defeating Wilson and Ferrum in back to back contests. For her play in those games, including a hat-trick against Ferrum, Holloman was named ODAC Player of the Week on September 22. She has twice been named Player of the Week over her career, earning the honor once as a freshman, as well. At Roanoke College, she ranks tied for ninth in game-winning goals (3), as well as 10th in shots on goal (72).

Jasinski, a sophomore from Poquoson, VA, earned her first All-ODAC honors in the 2014 season. She ranked ninth in the ODAC in assists, dishing out five over the course of the season. She also tallied one goal during the 2014 campaign. Her lone goal came in the 8-1 victory over Sweet Briar College on October 1st. Playing attack for the Maroons, Jasinski tallied 25 shots on the year.

Listed below are the 2014 All-ODAC Field Hockey Awards. For more information, visit any of the participating schools' websites, or go to the ODAC's home on the Internet at Don't forget to become a fan of the ODAC on Facebook and follow @odacathletics on Twitter.

ODAC Player of the Year:
Caroline Augsburger, Sr., M, Bridgewater
ODAC Coach of the Year: Allyson Kenyon, Bridgewater
ODAC Rookie of the Year: Jenna Rampale, Fr., GK, Shenandoah
ODAC/Va. Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: Tanya Puccio, Sr., D, Virginia Wesleyan
Caroline AugsburgerSr.MBridgewater
Taylor PrillamanJr.ABridgewater
Courtney GilletteJr.DLynchburg
Kelsey LinkSr.ALynchburg
Bianca MerrittSr.DLynchburg
Carrie JacobsSr.DRandolph-Macon
Olivia NewmanSr.DRandolph-Macon
Shelbi HollomanSo.ARoanoke
Presha MerrittJr.MShenandoah
Lindsay BakerSr.GKVirginia Wesleyan
Maggie WaxterSo.AWashington and Lee
Caroline FletcherJr.DBridgewater
Jenessa DerstineSr.AEastern Mennonite
Bethany HenchSr.DEastern Mennonite
Mandy StowersSr.DEastern Mennonite
Meredith BradsherJr.DLynchburg
Kellie JasinskiSo.ARoanoke
Kelani BaileyJr.MShenandoah
Ashley CrossSr.AShenandoah
Jenna RampaleFr.GKShenandoah
Skyler WeaverSr.MVirginia Wesleyan
Maggie SandsFr.MWashington and Lee
Rachael LoyJr.MBridgewater
Melissa CoxJr.AEastern Mennonite
Camille WilliamsSr.MEastern Mennonite
Shannon McMurrayJr.GKRandolph-Macon
Catherine PriconeSr.MRandolph-Macon
Mackenzie TurnerJr.MRandolph-Macon
Sarah BrockJr.MShenandoah
Adelaide HedgeSr.DSweet Briar
Sam JacksonJr.DVirginia Wesleyan
Allie BarrySo.AWashington and Lee
Kendall PetersonSo.DWashington and Lee