Green’s 12 goals and 10 assists helped lead the Warriors to a historic 11-win season, the second most in program history. Her 34 points tied for fourth in Warriors program history while her 12 goals were eighth and 10 assists second. She also finished fifth in the MAC Freedom with .706 goals per game and second with .588 assists. Her 2.00 points per game were also third in the league.
She is the 12th Warrior to earn first-team all-conference honors in program history and the first to do so since Meghenn Jackson earned First Team All-MAC Commonwealth honors in 2015.
The Warriors finished 11-7-1 under fifth-year head coach Kenny Fern, going 3-4-1 in MAC Freedom play.
After becoming the first player to reach double-digits in goals and assists in a single season in history of the Lycoming College women’s soccer team, junior midfielder Bella Green (South Williamsport, Pa./South Williamsport Area) became first Lycoming midfielder to earn First Team All-MAC Freedom honors, the conference office in Annville, Pa., announced on Wednesday, Nov. 10.
Green was named the MAC Freedom Offensive Player of the Week twice this season and also earned her first United Soccer Coaches Division III Offensive Player of the Week honor earlier in September.
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