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2010 Field Hockey Awards
The 2010 Liberty League End-of-Season Awards, announced November 4.

2010 Liberty League offensive Player of the Year
Christine Kemp   Skidmore
Senior Forward (Putnam Valley, New York)
Skidmore's all-time leading scorer with 65 goals and 59 assists for 189 career points, Kemp becomes a three-time Liberty League Player of the Year. She is ranked second nationally in assists per game and seventh in points per game. She has two four-goal games and one three-goal game, in addition to six two-assist games and Six game-winning goals. She was a five-time selection as Liberty League Offensive Performer of the Week.

2010 Liberty League Defensive Player of the Year
Liz Catinella   Skidmore
Senior Goalkeeper (Sudbury, Massachusetts)
Skidmore's all-time leader in shutouts (20 solo, 32 shared), and wins (63), Catinella leads the Liberty League and is ranked 9th nationally this season in goals against (0.75). She was named Liberty League Defensive Performer of the Week four times in 2010.

2010 Liberty League Rookie of the Year
Kelly Blackhurst   Skidmore
Forward (North River, New York)
Blackhurst set Skidmore first-year scoring record with 19 goals and 5 assists for 43 points. She ranks third in the Liberty League in scoring and 22nd nationally in goals per game. She Scored two or more goals five times, and was a five-time Liberty League Rookie of the Week.

2010 Liberty League Coaching Staff of the Year
Beth Hallenbeck   Skidmore
Hallenbeck led Skidmore to a 17-1 record, including a program record 16 game win streak and a perfect 7-0 mark in Liberty League play. The Thoroughbreds are ranked first in the NCAA III North Atlantic Region and have been nationally ranked the entire season. Skidmore has won 16 games by three or more goals and posted nine shutouts. Hallenbeck is assisted by Nicole Savage and Darryl Michael.

2010 Liberty League First Team
F Kelly Blackhurst Skidmore FR North River, NY
F Colleen Callaghan * Hamilton SR Queensbury, NY
F Christine Kemp * Skidmore SR Putnam Valley, NY
F Annie Rosencrans Skidmore JR Riverside, CT
M Sarah Gall William Smith SR Red Hook, NY
M Lauren McCarthy Skidmore SR Ipswich, MA
M Erin McNally * Hamilton JR Scotia, NY
M Tyler Willey Union SR Stockton, NJ
B Melanie O'Connor William Smith FR Stockholm, NJ
B Claire Superak Skidmore SR Carrboro, NC
G Liz Catinella Skidmore SR Sudbury, MA
* Unanimous Selection
2010 Liberty League Second Team
F Allison Beardsley Rochester JR Weedsport, NY
F Kiersten Hamilton William Smith JR Harpursville, NY
F Brooke Maloney St. Lawrence SR Greenwich, CT
F Kelsey Powers Union SR Naples, ME
F Sandy Turnbull Rensselaer SR Upperville, VA
M Annie Kietzman William Smith SO Longmeadow, MA
M Michelle Laframboise St. Lawrence SR New Haven, VT
M Katie Potter Skidmore SR Rumson, NJ
B Darragh Kerr Rochester JR Williamsville, NY
B Catie Torcivia Hamilton JR Rumson, NJ
G Sarah Rios Union SR Glens Falls, NY

Honorable Mention: Emily Atwan F (William Smith), Molly Brooks G (Hamilton), Julia Croyle B (St. Lawrence), Anna Dobrzynski F (Rochester), Elizabeth Feltch B (Vassar), Nikki Haskins M (Hamilton), Alissa Peterson M (Rensselaer), Julia Sarni B (Skidmore), Marisa Spagnolo B (Hamilton), Erika Swits F (St. Lawrence), Alexis Vangellow M (Rochester), Lauren Winchell M (Union)


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