Middletown native Amanda Davis received all-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference soccer honors at Wilmington University this fall.
Wilmington University announced that Amanda Davis (St. Mark's HS/Middletown), Alli Williams (William Penn HS/Newark), Kirsten Stallone(Bohemia Manor HS/Elkton, Md.) and Danielle Niccoli (Kenwood HS/Sparrows Point, Md.) were awarded women’s soccer All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) honors for their performances this past season.
Williams and Davis were first-team selections, while Stallone was named to the second team. Niccoli was named honorable mention.
Williams, a sophomore defender, was the anchor of a Wildcat defense that gave up the second fewest goals in the CACC. Davis, a junior midfielder, controlled the pace of play for Wilmington. She was fourth on the team with 10points (three goals and four assists).
Stallone, a junior forward, led the Wildcats with 21 points (nine goals, three assists). She ranked eighth in the conference in points per game and goals, ninth in the league in points, and was fourth in game winning goals (three). Niccoli was a mainstay in the back for Wilmington, pairing up with Williams to anchor the defense. She also chipped in with one goal and three assists.
The Wildcats finished the regular season with an 8-3-1 record in the CACC and an overall record of 9-6-1. Wilmington qualified for the CACC Playoffs next week, hosted by the ‘Cats at the Kirkwood Soccer Complex.