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Four Spartans Named to the All-CAC Field Hockey Squads

Photos courtesy of David Sinclair Photography
Photos courtesy of David Sinclair Photography

YORK, PA – The York College field hockey placed four players on the 2019 All-Capital Athletic Conference squads as announced by the league on Thursday afternoon.

Junior Dana Meehling and senior Amanda Boclair earned first team honors while senior Meghan Heary and freshman Abby Piotrowski were named to the second team.

Meehling makes her third all-conference team as she was a second team pick as a freshman followed by a first team selection as a sophomore. Meehling finished the year with 12 points on six goals. She had a pair of game-winning goals and one defensive save.

Meehling has now played in and started 50 games for York over her three years in the Green and White. She has scored 53 points on 23 goals and seven assists with five game-winning goals.

Boclair makes her first appearance on the All-CAC team as the senior was a steady force in the defensive backfield for the Spartans. Boclair finished the year with nine points on two goals and a team-high tying five assists as she provided scoring punch on penalty corners. She also had one defensive save for the Green and White. Boclair finished eighth in the CAC in assists.

Boclair finished her Spartan career with 74 games played as she scored 14 points on three goals and eight assists.

Heary earned her first All-CAC honors after a stellar Spartan career. Heary finished the campaign with nine points on three goals and three assists. She had the game-winning goal in the Spartans' 4-2 win over Mary Washington in the CAC Quarterfinals.

Heary finished her career playing in 75 games with 62 starts. She recorded 23 career points on eight goals and seven assists. She had one game winning goal and converted her lone penalty stroke attempt.

Piotrowski made a significant impact on the Spartan program. She led the Spartans in scoring with 21 points on eight goals and five assists. She had the lone goal in the September 28 road win at Lynchburg. She finished eighth in the CAC in points, eighth in goals scored and eighth in assists.

The Spartans will return all five of their double figure scorers for the 2020 campaign.