TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology placed four players on the all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's soccer team, in results released by the league office today.
Seniors Eli Baca (Santa Fe, N.M.) and Molly Richardson (Orange Park, Fla./St. John's Country Day) captured first-team all-conference honors.
Senior Ame Turner (Evansville/North) joined junior Julie Brennan (Indianapolis/Pike) (pictured) on the second-team all-league squad.
Baca, a first-team all-league honoree for the third consecutive year, led the Engineers with 10 goals and 26 points this season. Her career totals include 28 goals and 12 assists for 68 points.
Baca stands sixth in school history with her 28 goals and seventh all-time with 68 points.
Richardson caps her career as the first Rose-Hulman women's soccer player to earn four first-team all-conference honors during her career.
Richardson scored eight goals with 21 points this season to complete her career ranked third in school history with 52 goals and second all-time with 128 points.
Turner earned the second all-conference award of her career, after capturing second-team honors as a freshman. Her career totals included 54 matches played at the defender position, including 18 appearances this season.
Brennan claimed second-team all-conference accolades for the third consecutive year as the team's goalkeeper. She finished with a 2.55 goals against average and 96 saves, including a pair of shutouts, in 2010.
Brennan stands as the career school record holder for saves (226) and ranks second all-time with 23 victories in goal. She has a career goals against average of 2.03.
Rose-Hulman finished 7-12 overall and placed sixth in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings this fall.