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THREE RETRIEVER FIELD HOCKEY PLAYERS EARN ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS
Julie Moore was selected to the 2005 America East First Team.
Kristi Troster was named to the 2005 America East Second Team.
Paige Hartman earned 2005 America East All-Rookie Team honors.
A 2004 second-team honoree, Moore is third on the Retrievers with four goals and fourth with 11 points and three assists to earn her spot on the 2005 first team. UMBCís active career scoring leader, Moore is second all-time with 44 career points, just one away from becoming the Retrieversí all-time scoring leader. She is second in the conference with 2.62 shots per game.
Troster is second on the team with six goals and 14 points to earn her spot on the all-conference second team. She is tied for fifth all-time at UMBC with 32 career points. Troster is tied for 10th in the America East with 0.38 goals per game.
Finally, Hartman, all all-rookie team member, leads the Retrievers with seven goals and 15 points, and she is seventh in the conference with 0.44 goals per game. Hartman was named America East Rookie of the Week for the week ending Oct. 9, as she scored a school-record four goals and eight points in UMBCís 9-3 victory over Robert Morris.
2005 America East Field Hockey All-Conference Team
Julie Moore, UMBC
Kristi Troster, UMBC
Paige Hartman, UMBC
Offensive Player of the Year: Sarah Shute,
Defensive Player of the Year: Meagan Connolly,
Rookie of the Year: Holly Wiles,
Coach of the Year: Terry Kix,