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2003 Amherst Women's Soccer Milestones


TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Finished with a 12-4-4 overall record (5-2-2 in conference play) and the No. 2 seed in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, where they claimed their second conference title in the last three years with victories over Tufts, Williams and Bates, earning an automatic bid and a first-round home game in their seventh NCAA Tournament.
  • With NCAA Tournament wins over Bridgewater State and Endicott College, advanced to the NCAA regional final for the second time in the last three years, where they fell at No. 1 ranked Wheaton College, 3-2.
  • Posted an 11-game unbeaten streak and claimed the outright Little Three Championship with regular season wins over Wesleyan and Williams.
  • Ranked 12th in the final NSCAA/adidas National Poll.

INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    Junior forward Ashley Harmeling (N. Reading, MA)
  • First-Team NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) All-America.
  • First-Team NEWISA (New England Womenís Intercollegiate Soccer Association) All-New England.
  • NESCAC Player of the Year.
  • First-Team All-NESCAC.
  • Academic All-NESCAC.
  • Second in the NESCAC in points per game (2.10) and goals per game (0.95).
  • Shattered a pair of single-season school records with 19 goals and 42 points, both tops in the NESCAC.
  • Cemented her season with a standout performance in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, scoring the teamís lone goal in a 1-1 tie with Williams in the NESCAC semifinals, which the Jeffs won on penalty kicks, and shattering a school record with her 16th, 17th and 18th scoring strikes in a 6-0 NESCAC Championship win over Bates.


  • Junior forward Tracy Montigny (E. Granby, CT)
  • NESCAC Player of the Week for Monday, October 20, after tallying the game-winner in a 1-0 non-league win at Mt. Holyoke College and finishing with two goals and an assist in a lopsided 6-0 win over visiting Little Three rival Wesleyan.
  • Sixteenth in the NESCAC in points per game.


  • Sophomore defender Lyn Wojcik (E. Brookfield, MA)
  • Second-Team NEWISA (New England Womenís Intercollegiate Soccer Association) All-New England.


  • First-year goalkeeper Jeanette Crowell (San Rafael, CA)
  • Fourth in the NESCAC in saves per game (5.70) and fifth in goals against average (0.88).


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