KALAMAZOO, Mich. - Hannah Wolfe of the Kalamazoo College women's soccer team received another impressive accolade as she was given the Player of Distinction Award by the United Soccer Coaches Association on Thursday afternoon.
Wolfe, a senior from West Bloomfield, Mich. (Bloomfield Hills HS) has been given recognition throughout the postseason for her contributions on the field for the Hornets and in the classroom. She placed on the All-MIAA First Team, was the MIAA Sportswoman of the Year, and was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District and USC Scholar All-Region teams for her academic performance.
Wolfe compiled a 3.88 GPA as a biology major in her senior season with the Hornets. She served as a three-year starting goalkeeper for Kalamazoo, totaling 783 minutes in the net during the spring season. She contributed to Kalamazoo's 6-3 record by ensuring a shutout victory in all six wins. Wolfe tallied 29 saves on the season and her save percentage of .853 was the second-best in the league.
The United Soccer Coaches Player of Distinction Award recognizes players who achieved quality performance on the field, represented the highest ideals of team leadership, exhibited good sportsmanship and respect for teammates and made significant contributions to the program and in the community.