Women's soccer players honored by Liberty League
Dressler '09 is First Team all-league for second time
By James Taylor
Contact: James Taylor
November 6, 2008
Three Hamilton College women's soccer players were honored by the Liberty League on Nov. 6 when the league selected its 2008 end-of-season award winners.
Erica Dressler '09 (Farmington, Conn./Miss Porters School) was voted First Team all-league at forward by the league's coaches. Midfielder Lauren Farver '11 (Bay Village, Ohio/Bay HS) was placed on the Second Team and forward Anne Graveley '11 (Queensbury, N.Y./Queensbury HS) was Honorable Mention.
Dressler is a three-time league all-star and this is the second straight year she has landed on the first team. She is tied for first in the league with 13 goals and ranks second with 27 points. She finished her career in second place on the program's goals and points lists with 34 and 81, respectively.
Farver is second on the team with eight goals and 18 points. She started all 14 games and was credited with five game-winning goals. She ranks fourth in the league in goals and points per game.
Graveley was an all-league Second Team pick in 2007. She scored two goals and added an assist in 12 games played.
Hamilton (8-4-2 overall) finished with a winning record for the 10th straight year. The Continentals ended up in sixth place in the league standings.