Arianna Sabatino Becomes First Shorewomen Soccer Player to Earn All-Region Honors

Arianna Sabatino Becomes First Shorewomen Soccer Player to Earn All-Region Honors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Senior midfielder Arianna Sabatino (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills West) has become the first student-athlete in Washington College women's soccer history to earn All-Region honors. The United Soccer Coaches Division III All-Region teams were announced today and Sabatino was named to the All Mid-Atlantic Region third team.

Sabatino led the Shorewomen with seven goals this season. She also tied for the team lead in shots with 38. She added three assists and was second on the team in total points with 17. Earlier this month, she became the first Shorewoman in team history to earn All-Centennial Conference honors three times in her career (she was named to the second team this season) and was named the Centennial Conference Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year as the all-conference junior or senior with the highest cumulative grade-point average.

Sabatino, who helped lead the Shorewomen to their first-ever winning record this season at 8-6-1, finished her career as the Shorewomen's all-time co-leader in career goals with 20 and second in team history in career total points with 48.