Quaranta, who was named first-team All-Conference back in 2013, finished her final campaign for the Retrievers with five goals and four assists for 19 points. Among league players, Quaranta ranked fourth in points and fourth in goals scored.
Boehmer earned a spot on the All-Academic team for having a 3.76 overall GPA as a biology major. During the season, Boehmer scored five goals, just one shy of her career-high six she set last season. The Lebanon, Pa.-native also added an assist on the year.
After winning a share of their third-straight regular-season title, the Hartford Hawks took home four major awards. Albany, Maine and New Hampshire also earned major honors. The awards, along with the all-conference teams, were determined in a vote by the league's nine head coaches who were not permitted to vote for their own players.
The Hawks claimed Co-Rookie of the Year (Sierra Stone), Midfielder of the Year (Tori Tripp), Defender of the Year (Caitlin Smallfield) and Goalkeeper of the Year (Jessica Jurg). New Hampshire junior Brooke Murphy earned Striker of the Year honors for the second-straight season, while Albany midfielder Meghan Cavanaugh joined Hartford's Stone as Co-Rookie of the Year. Led by head coach Brendan Faherty, Stony Brook was named Coaching Staff of the Year for the first time in program history.