Enright a Highlight in All-NCAC selections

Enright a Highlight in All-NCAC selections

Sophomore defender Gail Enright was recently selected to the women's soccer All-NCAC first team for the first time in her career.

Enright appeared in all 17 games for the Tigers and tallied one assist from the backfield. She helped to limit opponents' goal per game average to 1.35.

DePauw also had four selections on the second team and one honorable mention.

Junior forward Bridget Brendza had two goals and five assists to claim one of the second team selections. Senior Jen Dimos was also a second team selection, which followed up her second team selection in 2013. She scored one goal this season.

Sophomore Maddie Baker earned her first All-NCAC selection on the second team as did goalie Riley Riordan. Riordan made 81 saves in NCAC games and had a 1.32 goal against average.

Leading point and goal scorer Kathryn Ruark was the lone honorable mention for the Tigers. The junior scored six goals and tallied three, averaging one point per game.

The Tigers concluded with a 9-7-1 overall record and a 5-3 NCAC record.