INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- Eleven Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference soccer student-athletes have been named to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III All-Great Lakes Region teams.
Maddie Fleet, Third Team, Franklin
The Indianapolis, Ind.-native became a four-time all-region selection by the United Soccer Coaches. Fleet was a first team selection in 2015 and 2016 and picked up second team honors in 2017.
Fleet put on another dominant performance in 2018, earning HCAC Offensive Player of the Year honors for the fourth straight year, becoming the first athlete in conference history to do so. She finished her final season with 22 goals and four assists for 48 points, leading the conference in scoring for the fourth straight year.
For her career, Fleet netted 96 goals and handed out 34 assists for 226 points, setting program records in all three categories. Additionally, her 22 game-winning goals are also the most in the history of the Franklin women's soccer program and earlier this month, she became a three-time CoSIDA Academic All-District selection.
Brandi Brock, First Team, Hanover
Brock was tabbed a first team all-HCAC selection in early-November, as she paced the Panther offense with nine goals and 25 total points. The junior midfielder also tied for the team-high in assists with seven, which ranked among the top three in the conference. Brock was key to HC's success late in the season, as she recorded at least one point in six of the final eight games. The junior also netted the game-winner in double overtime at Mount St. Joseph in late October, which secured the Panthers their fifth HCAC regular season title in six years.
Amanda Carmosino, First Team, Hanover
Carmosino, the 2018 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year and first team selection, tallied a season goal against average of 0.41, which led the league and ranked 17th across all of NCAA Division III. The freshman netminder also posted an .833 save percentage, which also led the HCAC and finished inside the top 20 nationally. The goalkeeper logged nine solo shutouts and was a part of all 11 clean sheets for HC this season.
Cassidy Evanson, Second Team, Hanover
Evanson, who is the only current member in the program with multiple all-region accolades from the United Soccer Coaches, tallied a career-high six goals this fall. The senior's last campaign also saw her log two assists and 14 total points en route to a first team all-conference award. All three of Evanson's offensive marks this season were higher than her 2017 totals, which earned her second team all-region accolades.
Shannon Hawkins, Second Team, Hanover
A backline led by Hawkins allowed a goal against average of 0.594 this season, while also recording the aforementioned 11 shutouts. The senior, who was a first team all-HCAC honoree, played a vital part in a defense that conceded eight shots per game, less than four on goal, and a .071 shot percentage. Hawkins' lone goal of the season came in a 2-0 win over Rose-Hulman on Oct. 11.
Kelsey Hughes, Second Team, Hanover
Hughes joined Brock and Evanson in an explosive, but balanced offensive attack this fall. The freshman posted six goals, seven assists and 19 points, with her helper count tying Brock for the team-lead. Hughes had three game-winning goals this season, including the lone score in a 1-0 decision against Transylvania on Oct. 17.
Stefanie Autenrieb, Second Team, Mount St. Joseph
Autenrieb, HCAC Defensive Player of the Year, was the only Lion to start all 21 games this season. The junior midfielder delivered five goals and two assists for the Mount St. Joseph women's soccer team in 2018. Autenrieb anchored the lions defense to only allowing eight goals in conference play this fall season.
Kaylan Gruber, Second Team, Mount St. Joseph
Gruber led the offensive attack for the Lions during the 2018 campaign. The senior finished the season with 16 goals, second in the HCAC, and seven assists for 39 total points. Gruber was also an All-HCAC First Team selection at the end of the 2018 season.
Jessica Wells, Third Team, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Wells is a three-time first-team all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference honoree and ranks sixth in school history with 28 career goals. She also ranks seventh in school history with 70 career points, on 28 goals and 14 assists.
This season, Wells led the HCAC with 10 assists and ranked fifth in the league with 10 goals. She had multiple-goal games in wins over Franklin, Earlham and St. Mary-of-the-Woods and has been named HCAC Offensive Player of the Week five times in her career.
Wells earned the 11th coaches association all-region award in program history and the first since 2015. She was also named the 2016 HCAC Freshman of the Year.
Myles Joseph, Third Team, Hanover
Joseph, who is picking up his first career all-region accolade, was named to the third team Monday evening. Overall, the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference had three players receive recognition, all on the third team.
The sophomore back for Hanover helped guide the team to a 0.99 goal against average, which was second best in the HCAC and among the national leaders. The Panthers totaled eight shutouts as well, with six clean sheets coming in conference play.
For his efforts, Joseph was named the HCAC's Defensive Most Valuable Player for the 2018 season. The sophomore has received all-conference honors in each of his first two seasons with the Blue and Red.
Joseph becomes the fifth player in the past four years to earn all-region accolades from the United Soccer Coaches. Hanover has one second team and four third team selections during the stretch.
Josh Gonzalez, Third Team, Manchester University
Gonzalez, who was named HCAC Freshman of the Year a year ago, added 2018 Offensive MVP to his resume. The sophomore forward led the league with nine goals and 21 points scored in nine matches.
In overall season play, Gonzalez tallied 14 goals, six assists, 34 points, and scored four game winning goals. The forward now has career totals of 18 goals, 12 assists, and 48 points.
Ethan Butler, Third Team, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Butler captured first-team all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference honors after leading a strong Rose-Hulman defense during the 2018 season. The Fightin' Engineers finished 9-6-3 overall and 6-2-1 in conference play, reaching the HCAC Tournament semifinals before falling to eventual league champion Transylvania in a penalty kick shootout.
Butler was the leader of a Rose-Hulman defense that led the HCAC in goals against average (0.89) and shutouts (9) this season. He previously earned honorable mention all-HCAC accolades as a freshman in 2017.
The award marks Rose-Hulman's 30th all-region selection in men's soccer. Under head coach Sean Helliwell, at least one Rose-Hulman men's soccer player has been named all-region for the last 11 years.