15 Red Devils From Four Different Sports Teams Earned All-Centennial Team Honors

Malena Malka Goldman '26, Staff Writer

With the fall post-season finally over, the Centennial Conference released their picks for the First Team, Second Team, Honorable Mentions and Sportsmanship Teams of the 2022 season. 15 of Dickinson’s student-athletes competing in Volleyball, Field Hockey and Soccer (both men’s and women’s), were awarded recognition.

 The Dickinson Volleyball team had two players picked for the all-centennial teams. It was no surprise to see Emma Lange ’23 chosen again to be a part of the First Team. Lange is a key player on the team and a middle hitter who also got First Team All-Centennial in 2021 and Second Team in 2019. Camille Dofiles ’26 also got recognition as she got an Honorable Mention. In addition, Grace Coccagna ’25 was named to the Sportsmanship Team.

 The Dickinson Field Hockey Team had three players awarded by the Centennial Conference. Abby Marthins ’24 was picked to be a part of the Second Team. Scoring seven goals and assisting 6 goals during the season. Joining Marthins are Saige Stevens ’23 and Morgan Yandow-Harding ’24, both with Honorable Mentions. Stevens was also picked to be a part of the Sportsmanship Team for the season. 

 Four players were picked from the Men’s Soccer Team to be a part of the All-Centennial Teams. Tyson Burling ’25 was selected to be a part of the Second Team, earning 14 points this season. Saul Iwowo ’26, Andrew McSlarrow ’23 and Luke Finkielstein ’26 received Honorable Mentions. Defender Mack Moore ’25 was named to the Sportsmanship Team.

 Finally, the team with the most players recognized by the Centennial Conference was the Dickinson Women’s Soccer Team. Meg Tate ’23 was named Offensive Player of the Year after she earned 29 points over the season. She was a First Team pick for the third time, as Tate had also been recognized both in 2021 and 2019. Charlotte Glancey ’23 was also picked to be a part of the First Team, she was a Second Team All-Centennial in both 2019 and 2018. Additionally, Emma Cooney ’24 was selected for the Second Team, an honor she also received last year. Three players also received Honorable Mentions: Jessica Kiefer ’23, Sarah Hughes ’23 and Lauren Bracken ’23. The Sportsmanship Team pick went to Caleigh Fletcher ’23. A noticeable miss among those awarded for this season was Katie Vassilakos ’26, who led the conference with 12 assists.