LANCASTER, Pa. - The Centennial Conference announced their 2019 All-Centennial Conference selections earlier Thursday and Bryn Mawr soccer's Elizabeth Hummel has made it two-for-two in raking in the league honor during her first two seasons at Bryn Mawr. Hummel was named All-Centennial Conference Honorable mention for her strong 2019 performances, backing up her Second Team All-Centennial nod last year.
Hummel once again put on a strong performance for the Owls this year, playing in all but one of Bryn Mawr's games and earning 12 starts on the year. The sophomore forward was the co-leading scorer on the squad, racking up three goals in 2019 with a brace in Bryn Mawr's 3-2 win over Penn State Brandywine and another goal in the Owls' victory over Wesley. Hummel also added an assist for the Owls in their 3-0 win over Ursinus, Bryn Mawr's first win over the Bears in program history.
Hummel becomes the first Bryn Mawr soccer player to earn All-Centennial Conference recognition in back-to-back years since Laura Costanzo earned the honor in 2008 and 2009. She is also just the sixth player in Owls history to make All-Centennial squads multiple times in her career.
Bryn Mawr junior goalkeeper Carlie Hansen was also named to the conference's All-Sportsmanship team in today's release.
Hummel and the rest of the Owls will continue to train hard throughout the winter and spring, looking to be back and even better for their 2020 fall campaign.