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The Lakeland College women's soccer team had nine players receive honors on the Lake Michigan Conference All-LMC team.
Senior Briana Plautz (Green Bay/NEW Lutheran), junior Alli Weiss (New Berlin/Eisenhower) and sophomore Marie Reynolds (Fond du Lac/North Fond du Lac) were named first team All-LMC.
This marks the fourth time that Plautz, who played midfield this season for the first time, has been named first team. The Green Bay native led the team with eight assists and she scored two goals.
Weiss, a two-time honorable mention All-LMC pick, was unstoppable in net this season. The junior goaltender not only broke the single-season shutout record with 14, but also holds the career shutout mark with 25.
Sophomore Marie Reynolds led the team in goals scored this season with 10 and also added four assists.
Earning honorable mention All-LMC honors for the Muskies was senior Nicki Willes (Neenah/Neenah), juniors Ann Lehecka (McHenry, Ill./Grant) and Tracy Bins (New Franken/Green Bay Preble) and sophomore Kelly Hopfinger (Hustisford/ Hustisford).
Willes, who also earned honorable mention honors in 2003, was tied for second in goals scored this season with seven.
Lehecka, who earned honorable mention honors for the second time, was tied with Willes for second in goals scored with seven.
Bins, who is also receiving her second All-LMC honor after being named to the All-Rookie Team in 2003, scored two goals and had three assists this season.
Hopfinger, a defender, who had to learn a new position after leaving the midfield to swap spots with Plautz and become the Muskies' stopper.
Freshmen Maggie Short (Green Bay/Preble) and sophomore Amy Christenson (Dodgeville/Dodgeville) were recognized on the All-Rookie squad this season.
Short scored two goals and assisted on three others this season. In addition, she was given the role on several occasions of marking the opposing team's best offensive weapon and proved to be effective in shutting down those players all season long.
Christenson tallied five goals and seven assists during her rookie campaign as a sophomore for the Muskies.