Jackie Moscardelli, Kelly Gallo, and Meghan Flanagan earned first-team honors, while Michelle Dorsey, Anne Versprille, and Kelly Foley took home second-team honors.
Moscardelli had another dominating year for the Pride, scoring 50 goals and adding 10 assists. He picked up a team-best 30 ground balls and caused 19 turnovers while snagging 26 draw controls. This marks the second-straight year she was named to the all-conference first-team. A terrific athlete, Moscardelli was selected as the NEWMAC Co-Player of the Year in women's soccer this fall.
Starting in all 18 games, Gallo had a breakout year on attack for the Pride, tallying 54 points on 40 goals and 14 helpers. A very consistent player, Gallo scored a goal in every game this season and had 10 games with at least three points. She previously earned NEWMAC All-Conference honors this fall for field hockey.
Flanagan had a standout junior season for the Pride as she posted 50 points, including 44 goals which ranked second on the team. Flanagan made her presence felt all over the field, leading the squad with 52 draw controls to go along with 26 ground balls. Flanagan came through for the Pride when it counted the most, notching four goals in the NEWMAC Championship.
In her first season with the Pride, Dorsey made her impact felt in the midfield. Thanks to her quickness and speed, Dorsey was a valuable asset in transition and the clearing game. She ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 24 goals and 10 assists, and was credited with 35 draw controls, 29 ground balls, and 11 caused turnovers.
Starting in all 18 games, Foley was an extremely valuable member of Springfield's defense. This season she recorded 24 ground balls and 18 caused turnovers and was instrumental in the Pride's clearing game. This marks her second-straight NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team selection.
The lone goalkeeper on Springfield's roster, Versprille was a rock between the pipes for the Pride in her sophomore season. She finished the season with 148 saves while surrendering just over 10 goals per game. She had five games with double-digit saves, and hasn't allowed more than eight goals in the past five games.