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2004 Amherst Women's Soccer Milestones


TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Finished with a 9-2-4 overall record (6-0-3 in conference play) and earned the No. 2 seed in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, where they fell to visiting seventh-seeded Conn. College, 1-0.
  • Finished 16th in the nation in goals against average (0.56).
  • Led the NESCAC in fewest goals allowed (9), finished second in goals against average (0.56) and tied for second in shutouts (8).
  • Rose as high as 11th in the NSCAA national rankings during the regular season..

INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    Senior Tri-Captain Forward Ashley Harmeling (N. Reading, MA)
  • First-Team NSCAA/adidas All-New England.
  • Third-Team NEWISA All-New England.
  • First-Team All-NESCAC.
  • Academic All-NESCAC.
  • Second-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District.
  • Named the College Sports Television (CSTV) National Student-Athlete of the Week on Sept. 28. Harmeling was only the second non-Division I winner in the history of the CSTV Student-Athlete of the Week program. The first was another Amherst student-athlete - former football, baseball and track standout Paul Whiting 04.
  • Finished sixth in the NESCAC in goals per game (0.55), seventh in points per game (1.18) and tied for ninth in goals (6).


  • Senior Midfielder Adrienne Showler (Ottawa, Ontario)
  • Academic All-NESCAC.
  • Named NESCAC Player of the Week after netting a pair of goals, including the game-winner in the 89th minute, in a dramatic season-opening 3-2 win at NESCAC rival Trinity.
  • Tied for sixth in the NESCAC in assists (5) and assists per game (0.33).


  • Senior Forward Tracy Montigny (East Granby, CT)
  • Third-Team NSCAA/adidas All-New England.
  • First-Team All-NESCAC.
  • Tied for sixth in the NESCAC in assists (5) and assists per game (0.33).


  • Senior Tri-Captain Midfielder Leslie Curren (Arlington, MA)
  • Academic All-NESCAC.


  • Senior Forward Lee-Jay Henry (Springfield, MA)
  • Academic All-NESCAC.


  • Junior Defender Margaret Chute (Providence, RI)
  • Academic All-NESCAC.


  • Junior Midfielder/Defender Kaitlin Hill (Andover, MA)
  • Academic All-NESCAC.


  • Sophomore Goalie Piper Crowell (San Rafael, CA)
  • Named NESCAC Player of the Week and ECAC Division III New England Goaltender of the Week after registering a pair of shutouts and combining for 20 saves in a 4-0 win at Bowdoin, a scoreless tie against visiting Bates and a 1-0 loss at then second-ranked Wheaton.
  • Finished 22nd in the nation in goals against average (0.57).
  • Finished second in the NESCAC in goals against average (0.57) and save percentage (.911) and tied for second in shutouts (4) and shutouts per game (0.29). Also finished fourth in saves per game (5.86) and fifth in saves (82).


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