Emmitsburg, Md. (September 27, 2012)—Thirteen former greats comprise the Mount St. Mary's University women's soccer 20th Anniversary team, announced today.
Robin Covaleski (1996-99), Karyn Farrar (2004-07), Carole Fournier (1992-94), Amanda Gilbert (1995-98), Stephanie Gnau (1999-2002), Kim Henry (2002-05), Anna Lebo (2004-07), Emily Menotti (2006-09), Alicia Miller (2008-11), Lacey Morley (1996-2000), Keli Stevens (2000-03), Christy Wicks (1994-97) and Sadie Winship (2008-11) have been named to the 20th Anniversary team.
The 20th Anniversary team will be honored at halftime of the Mount's home game against Navy on Sunday, September 30th. Kick-off for that game is 1:00 p.m.
Covaleski is second all-time at the Mount with 22 goals and 51 points. A two-time Second Team All-Northeast Conference selection, Covaleski appeared in 68 games for the Mount, tallying 22 goals, seven assists, 51 points and 208 shots. She had a career-best 18 points as a junior, the fourth-best single-season total in school history. She had four multiple-goal games in her career, including a pair of hat tricks.
Farrar is third all-time at the Mount with 41 career points. She appeared in 64 games in a Mount uniform, tallying 17 goals, seven assists, 41 points and 133 shots. Her best season came as a sophomore when she posted seven goals and one assist for 15 points. Farrar scored a career-best four goals in the Mount's 5-1 win over Saint Peter's that season.
Fournier is tied for fourth all-time at the Mount with 15 career goals. She played in the first three seasons of program history, notching seven goals and two assists for 16 points her senior season. Her 32 career points are tied for seventh on the all-time list and she one of two players to average more than one-point per game for her career.
Gilbert is a three-time All-Northeast Conference selection, earning First Team honors in 1996 and 1997 and Second Team honors in 1998. She played in 63 career games for the Mount, tallying six goals and one assist for 13 career points. She helped lead the Mount to a spot in the Northeast Conference Tournament in each of her first three seasons.
One of the top defenders in Mount history, Gnau was a starter in all 68 career games played in a Mount uniform. She finished with three career assists, including a pair during her sophomore season when the team finished 7-8-2 overall.
Henry played in 63 career games for the Mountaineers, finished with five goals, 14 assists and 24 career points. She is second all-time at the Mount with 14 career assists, including 11 in her final two seasons. Her six assists in 2005 are tied for the third-best single-season mark in Mount history. As a junior, she had three goals and five assists for 11 points.
Lebo earned consecutive First Team All-NEC honors at the goalkeeper position her junior and senior seasons. She finished her career with a 1.80 goals against average and a .771 save percentage in 59 career games played. She is second all-time at the Mount in career saves (350) and shutouts (10) while she is fourth in goals against average (1.80) and save percentage (.771). She combined for 245 saves her final two seasons at the Mount, posting seven shutouts over that span.
Menotti appeared in 75 career games for the Mountaineers, finishing with 15 goals, eight assists and 38 points. She is fourth all-time in Mount history in points, tied for fourth in goals, and tied for first in career games played. She had six goals and two assists her senior year, netting four game-winning goals.
Miller had a record-breaking four-year career for the Mountaineers. She owns school records for career saves (430), wins (18), shutouts (11), goalkeeper games played (71) and games started (69). She finished her career fifth all-time at the Mount in goals against average (1.86) and save percentage (.768). Miller earned Second Team All-NEC honors as a senior, tallying a 1.39 goals against average and a .810 save percentage while playing every minute in goal that season.
Morley played in 66 games for the Mountaineers, finishing her career with seven goals, 11 assists and 25 points. She is 12th all-time at the Mount in career points and fourth in career assists. Her best season came in 1998 when she had three goals and four assists for 10 points.
Stevens is a two-time First Team All-NEC selection, garnering the honor as both a junior and senior. She appeared in 67 career games, notching 13 goals and seven assists for 33 points. She is sixth all-time at the Mount in career points and tied for seventh in career goals. She tallied eight goals and three assists for 19 points her senior season. The eight goals are the third-best single-season mark in Mount history.
Wicks is the Mount's all-time scoring leader with 70 career points. The two-time First Team All-NEC selection appeared in 62 career games for the Mountaineers, tallying 24 goals and 22 assists for 70 points. She is the school's all-time leader in career goals, assists and total points. As a freshman in 1994, Wicks posted 10 goals and 10 assists for 30 points. All three of those marks are still school single-season records.
Winship is fifth all-time in Mount history with 34 career points. She appeared in 73 games in a Mount uniform, tallying 14 goals and six assists for 34 career points. She had five goals and one assist for 11 points in both her sophomore and senior seasons at the Mount. Her 14 career goals are sixth on the Mount's all-time list.