MANCHESTER, N.H. – Junior Caly Farina (Southbury, Conn.) of the Saint Anselm College women's soccer team was named to the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association All-East Region Second Team, announced on Wednesday.
Farina, who was a Northeast-10 All Conference First Team selection, was a force for the Hawks during the 2018 season. She played in all 17 games, scoring 10 goals and adding three assists for 23 points (10-3=23), which led the team in all three categories. She became the first Hawks student-athlete since Kaitlin Oldfield '13 in 2012 to reach double-digit goal scoring totals in one season. All of these numbers were career-highs for Farina.
Farina registered a point in 10 games this year, including a five-point day at Bentley and a four-point performance against Assumption, both being 3-2 victories for Saint Anselm. She also had a pair of three-game point streaks this year and was one of three players with two game-winning goals. In her career, Farina has 39 points (15-9=39) in 51 games played.
Farina helped guide the Hawks to their first postseason appearance since 2013 and was a key part of one of the most successful teams in program history. Saint Anselm reached nine conference wins for the first time in program history.