Scott Represents Washington College on All-Sportsmanship Team
LANCASTER, Pa. — Washington College women's soccer juniors Arianna Sabatino (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills West) and Olivia Sabatino (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills West), who are twin sisters, have both been named to the 2017 All-Centennial Conference second team in a vote conducted by the conference's 11 head coaches.
Arianna, a midfielder who was named an All-Centennial Conference honorable mention last season, started every game for the Shorewomen this season, scoring six goals and assisting on two others for 14 total points. She also fired off 29 shots. Through the end of the conference tournament, she was ninth in the Centennial in goals and 10th in points.
Olivia, a forward, started the first 15 games of the season for the Shorewomen before missing the last two with an injury. Despite that, she led the team in goals with seven and points with 18 while also tallying four assists. She took 25 shots on the season. Through the end of the conference tournament, she was tied for sixth in the Centennial in goals, tied for ninth in assists, and tied for fifth in points.
Arianna and Olivia are the second and third student-athletes in the Shorewomen's 20 seasons of varsity play to earn All-Centennial Conference first- or second-team honors, joining Courtney Riso, who was named to the second team in 2000. (Washington College women's soccer student-athletes have received All-Centennial Conference honorable mention nine times.) This also marks the second time in program history that two Shorewomen have earned All-Centennial recognition of any type in the same season - Gabby Devaud '12 and Tori Ripple '12 both received honorable mention in 2010.
The Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team for women's soccer was also announced today. Washington's representative on that team is senior defender Steph Scott (Tustin, Calif./Beckman). Scott and Arianna Sabatino both served as team captains this season.