Feb. 11, 2013
BOSTON - The Boston University women’s soccer team held its annual year-end banquet at BU’s School of Management on Sunday, Feb. 10. Head coach Nancy Feldman and her coaching staff handed out team honors, which included the program’s Most Improved Player, Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Offensive Player and Most Valuable Defensive Player.
Dean Ken Freeman and former BU women’s soccer player Emily Pallotta (SMG ’10) addressed the team.
Liz Driscoll, who recently resigned as associate head coach after seven years with the Terriers, was honored for her years of service to the team.
Senior Jessica Morrow was presented with the Academic Award and was also named Defensive Player of the Year. Junior Madison Clemens received Offensive Player of the Year Honors.
Sophomore Alyssa Parisi and junior Amanda Rumsey were each presented with Most Improved Player honors while freshman Clare Pleuler was named Rookie of the Year.
Junior Emma Clark received the Strength and Conditioning Award while Ariana Aston and Ann McGoldrick (team parent liaison) were honored with the Terrier Award, which is given annually for sportsmanship, leadership and team play.
All members of the team were presented with their championship rings for winning BU’s sixth straight America East regular season championship.