FOREST, Va. – The Roanoke College Field Hockey team placed four student-athletes on the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Field Hockey All-Conference Team announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Holloman earns her third-consecutive first-team accolade following a season where she scored 22 goals which is the second most in a single season in RC history. Her 22 goals and 51 points led the ODAC this season. Holloman capped her career as the Roanoke all-time leader in both goals (56) and points (128).
Jasinski was named to the first-team for the second consecutive season and earned her third all-conference honor of her career. Stenson earned second-team honors after being named to the third-team last season. The duo helped the RC defense allow just 1.35 goals per game which was tied for the best average in the ODAC. Jasinski also had one goal and three assists on the offensive end, while Stenson added a pair of assists.
Schmidt earns her first all-conference honor after she finished 10th in the ODAC with 25 points on the season. Schmidt scored 10 goals which ranked eighth in the league, while her five assists was good for 11th in the ODAC rankings.
The quartet helped RC to 11 wins in each of the last two seasons, marking the first time the Maroons have had 10 or more wins in back-to-back seasons since 2003 and 2004.