Lakeland Soccer Players Gain Conference Awards
Athletics - posted on 11/9/2004
Lakeland senior Amanda Smith, a multiple record holder in the Lakeland women's soccer record book, was named Lake Michigan Conference Player of the Year for the second time, highlighting a solid showing for the Muskies in the 2004 all-LMC women's soccer awards, announced Tuesday by the league.
Smith, a Neenah native who finished atop a number of career categories, was also Player of the Year as a junior. She was also named first team all-LMC, giving her that honor all four years of her Lakeland career.
Joining Smith on the women's first team were junior defender Briana Plautz (Green Bay), and a pair of freshmen - defender Kelly Hopfinger (Hustisford) and Marie Reynolds (Fond du Lac). Reynolds, Hopfinger and freshman midfielder Laura Engel (Appleton) were named to the all-rookie team.
Earning honorable mention honors were junior forward Ann Lehecka (McHenry, Ill.) and sophomore goalkeeper Alli Weiss (New Berlin).
The Lakeland women's team finished 6-1 good for second in conference play and 12-8 overall.
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