Sullivan and Macgregor Tabbed as All-Region Selections

Sullivan and Macgregor Tabbed as All-Region Selections

York, PA – The York College women’s soccer team continues to bask in the spotlight of their incredible 2007 campaign as senior midfielder Emily Sullivan (Bowie, Md./Archbishop Spalding) and junior defender Kali Macgregor (Rockville, Md./Academy of the Holy Cross) land on the All Mid-Atlantic Region third-team.  This is the second prestigious honor for both players this season with Sullivan earning third-team CoSIDA Academic All-American accolades while Macgregor was selected to the NSCAA All Mid-Atlantic Region third-team.

Sullivan capped her impressive Spartan career with a solid senior year.  She tallied 19 points on six goals and seven assists this season while patrolling the central midfield for the green and white.  Her strong play for the Spartan side helped propel York to their first ever Capital Athletic Conference championship and a trip to the NCAA Sweet-Sixteen in 2007.  Sullivan now leaves York with her name littered throughout the record books.  Her 34 assists is tops in Spartan history while her 41 goals and 116 points ranks second all-time.  She is also one of the most decorated athletes to ever don the green and white garnering numerous accolades throughout her career.  Sullivan was a four-time All-CAC first-team choice to go along with Rookie-of-the-Year honors in 2004.  Additionally, the Spartan midfielder captured two All-Region nods and was a third-team All-American in 2006 as awarded by the website.  

Macgregor, the Spartans’ strong junior defender, earns her All Mid-Atlantic Region bid as she morphed into one of the top players in the area this season.  Macgregor’s physical and aggressive style led a stellar defensive unit that allowed a mere 0.84 goals per game.  She started all 24 Spartan contests as her inspiring play and strong leadership vaulted the green and white to unprecedented heights in 2007.  In addition to Macgregor’s All-Region selections, she was also named to the CAC first-team this year after landing on the second-team in 2006.     

“I am delighted to see both Emily and Kali receive such an honor,” Spartan head coach Vicki Sterner said. “With team success comes individual honors. This is not only a compliment to their play but also to the entire team.”