It's the second-straight All-America honor for DiNatale, who was a Second-Team All-American last season. This marks the first time since 1992 that a Springfield College women's soccer player earned repeat All-American selections. It's also the fourth-straight year that a member of the Pride was named to an All-America team.
DiNatale has helped lead Springfield College to four-consecutive trips to the NCAA Division III Championship. In her time on Alden Street, Springfield has owned a 56-19-8 record for a .723 winning percentage. This year the Pride finished 13-5-4 en route to its second-straight conference crown.
Earlier this season, DiNatale was named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference First Team as she started all 22 games on defense. She anchored the Pride's defense that gave up just 17 goals the entire season. DiNatale was one of just two players from the NEWMAC to be selected as an All-American.
The Weymouth, Mass. native also was a factor on offense, tallying two goals. In her four-year career, DiNatale tallied eight goals, including two game-winners.
DiNatale was also named First Team All-Region for the second-consecutive season by the NSCAA and was selected to play in the 2013 New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association (NEWISA) Senior Bowl.