LANCASTER, PA -- For the first time in team history, two Washington College women's soccer players have earned All-Centennial Conference recognition. Junior midfielder Gabby Devaud (Baltimore, MD/Institute of Notre Dame) and junior goalkeeper Tori Ripple (Baltimore, MD/John Carroll) have been chosen as all-conference honorable mentions in a vote conducted by the conference's head coaches.
Devaud, who was also an All-Centennial honorable mention as a freshman, is the first player in team history to earn All-Centennial recognition more than once. She led the Shorewomen in total points (nine) and assists (three) and tied for the team lead in goals (three) this season. She started all 16 games for Washington and also tallied a team-best 46 shots.
Ripple posted a .788 save percentage and a 2.00 goals-against average and recorded two solo shutouts in 14 games for the Shorewomen this season. She made a total of 104 saves on the year and finished second in the conference with 7.43 saves per game.