Hannah Wolfe of the Kalamazoo College women's soccer team was named to the 2021 CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Team today.
The award recognizes players for their performances both on the field and in the classroom throughout the season. Wolfe graduates this spring as a biology major with a 3.88 GPA.
Wolfe compiled a 6-3 record with 29 saves and a save percentage of .853 this season as the starting goalkeeper for the Hornets. She received All-MIAA First Team honors and was the Senior Sportswoman of the Year for MIAA women's soccer. She was also honored as Scholar All-Region by the United Soccer Coaches Association. She is a dual-sport athlete who was also a three-year starter on defense for the women's lacrosse team.
"Congratulations to Hannah on a tremendous career," Head Coach Bryan Goyings commented. "Over the course of the past four years, she was a phenomenal athlete and a superb student. I am beyond grateful to her for her academic and athletic contributions."
CoSIDA District 6 of NCAA Division III includes colleges and universities in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. As an Academic All-District selection, Wolfe advances to the national ballot for Academic All-American consideration.