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Cleveland, Ohio – Four members of the Ohio women’s soccer team were honored after the season at the Mid-American Conference, the league announced today (April 15). Junior Morgan Collica (Aurora, Ohio) was named a First Team All-MAC, while newbies Isabella Ginocchi (Powell, Ohio), Shae Robertson (Lexington, Ky.), And Carsyn Prigge (Lexington, Ky.) Had a spot on the MAC won all-freshman team.
This is the first time that Collica has received a place on the All-MAC First Team. The defender played and started all 10 games for the Bobcats in 2021. Collica recorded one assist and one point in the season and helped Ohio record two shutouts. Collica’s only support that year came in Kent State on March 18, where she assisted Prigges goal in the 63rd minute in Bobcat’s 3-1 win.
Ginocchi played that season, starting all 10 games for the Bobcats while recording 11 shots. The midfielder registered two shots on goal for Ohio for a percentage of 0.182 shots on goal. Ginocchi posted a season high for shots against Kent State on April 8, making four attempts.
Prigge played for Ohio in all 10 games and started eight of them. The midfielder scored two goals, tied them in goals for the team leadership and recorded four points in the season. She recorded nine shots with three on goal for a percentage of 0.333 shots on goal. Prigge scored her first career goal against Kent State on March 18. She scored her second career goal on April 1 in Miami, where she posted a season high of five shots on April 1 in Miami.
Robertson played for the Bobcats in seven games in 2021, while starting six of them. The midfielder / striker scored two goals, which meant leading the team for her. Robertson also registered a submission for five points, which she also tied for team leadership. She recorded a total of 10 shots, seven of which were on goal, representing a goal percentage of .700 shots. Robertson scored her first career goal against Akron on March 14, before recording her first career as an assistant for a game later in Kent State.