BEVERLY, Mass. — Five Endicott field hockey student-athletes were named to the Longstreth/NFHCA Division III All-Region Teams, as announced by the NFHCA on Wednesday. Taylor Farrin (Danvers, Mass.), Kristen McCarthy (Danvers, Mass.), and Sydney Poulin (Watertown, Mass.) were all named to the New England East Region First Team, while Cameron Molinare (Simsbury, Conn.) and Addi Williams (Pittsfield, Maine) both earned New England East Region Second Team honors.
Farrin started in 22 games for the Gulls this season. She went 17-5 overall with nine shutouts, a 1.58 GAA, and .776 save percentage. Farrin was named to the All-CCC First Team and this is her second Longstreth/NFHCA Division III All-Region honor as she was named to the New England East Region Second Team in 2017.
McCarthy had an impressive season for the Gulls as she notched a team-leading 29 goals, 17 assists, and 75 points. Her goal, assist, and point totals all set new single-season program records. McCarthy was named CCC Co-Offensive Player of the Year and to the All-CCC First Team for her efforts. Nationally, McCarthy finished the season third in points per game (3.26) and seventh in goals per game (1.26).
Poulin made a huge impact in the midfield for the Gulls during her rookie campaign, which saw her named CCC Rookie of the Year and to the All-CCC First Team. She recorded 10 goals and 11 assists for 31 points on the season.
Senior defender, Molinare anchored a strong Endicott backline which allowed only 36 total goals against during the season. She also added two goals and one assist on the offensive end of the field. Molinare was named to the All-CCC First Team.
Williams completed her rookie year with 24 goals and three assists for 51 points. She is now third in the program history books in single-season goals and also finished the year 24th nationally in goals per game (1.04). Williams earned a spot on the All-CCC Second Team for her efforts on the field.
Endicott (18-5, 12-0 CCC) finished the 2018 season in a historic way as the Gulls went undefeated in conference play, captured the CCC Championship title for the first time since 2012, and posted the program's first-ever NCAA Tournament victory with a 3-1 win over Saint Joseph's of Maine.
(Photo Credit - David Le '10)