AUSTINTOWN, Ohio - Wilmington College seniors Mellonee Hall and Hannah Greaney represented the Fightin' Quaker women's soccer contingent on the All-Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Soccer teams, released by the league on Wednesday.
Hall earned a spot on the All-OAC Second Team after starting all 17 games for the Wilmington defensive unit. A four-year member of the program, Hall started in 73 games during her career wearing the Green and White. This season, she scored a goal in a victory at Ohio Christian University on Sept. 12 as well as dishing out assists in wins over Wittenberg University on Sept. 5 and at Earlham College on Sept. 19. Hall earned Third Team All-OAC recognition a season ago.
"I'm very excited for Mellonee [Hall] to received Second Team All-OAC honors as she was deserving," Head Women's Soccer Coach Steve Spirk said. "She was a leader, competitor and all around good player for us for four years."
Greaney garnered Honorable Mention All-OAC honors after starting in 15 games this season anchoring the Wilmington midfield. This season, she scored one goal in the victory at Earlham bringing her career total to 11 goals scored. Greaney earned Third Team All-Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA) recognition as a junior.
"Hanna [Greaney] played all season with a knee injury that showed her leadership and toughness," said Spirk. "She is very deserving as well and will be missed in our program."
Wilmington finished its season with an 8-9-0 overall record and a 2-7-0 mark in OAC play.