GILBERT, Ariz. – Saint Joseph’s junior forward Anna Willocks and sophomore goalkeeper Victoria Kammerinke were named to the 2017 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America squads on Tuesday afternoon. Willocks earned Second Team accolades for the second consecutive season, while Kammerinke was tabbed for the Third Team.
Willocks becomes the first Hawk in program history to earn multiple All-America honors, while Kammerinke is the fourth student-athlete in program history to be named an All-American. This is the first time the Hawks have had multiple honorees in a single season.
A native of Palmerston North, New Zealand, Willocks earned Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year honors for the third time, becoming the first in league history to achieve that feat, and was named to the All-Mid-Atlantic First Team for the second consecutive season. She tied for the team lead in goals with 18 and added a team-best 11 assists to lead the Hawks with 47 points en route to her third All-Atlantic 10 First Team selection and her second All-ECAC nod.
Willocks currently ranks second in program history in both goals and points, while her final assist of the season – setting up the double-overtime winner in the Atlantic 10 title game – gave her 27 for her career and made her Saint Joseph’s all-time leader.
Kammerinke, who hails from Kaarst, Germany, was the Atlantic 10’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year and also earned First Team All-Region, All-Conference, and All-ECAC honors as well. She led the A-10 in goals against average, save percentage, and shutouts while setting a program record with 18 victories on the season. Kammerinke ranked third in the nation in save percentage while backstopping a defense that ranked fourth in all of Division I in team save percentage.
The Hawks wrapped up the most outstanding season in school history with an 18-4 record and a ranking of 15th in the final NFHCA Coaches Poll. SJU topped three ranked teams, including defending national champion and eighth-ranked Delaware, on the way to its second consecutive Atlantic 10 regular season championship and first Atlantic 10 tournament title in 22 years. The Hawks also played in the NCAA Tournament for the first time.