SALISBURY, Md. – The Capital Athletic Conference released its women's soccer all-conference awards on Friday and the Salisbury University landed four players on the squad. Junior Amanda Zyzak and sophomore Erin Mooney were first-team honorees while junior Sarah Jessilonis and sophomore Sarah Pfundstein were named to the second team.
Zyzak, a defender, helped the Sea Gulls to a 1.30 goals allowed average this season, the fourth-best mark in the conference. She attempted 12 shots this year and has scored three career goals.
Mooney, a midfielder, scored three goals in 2010, matching her output from her freshman season. The three tallies were tied for third on the Salisbury team.
Jessilonis, a midfielder, scored a team-best six goals this season and added an assist for 13 total points. Her 18 career goals are tied for 10th in program history. Jessilonis scored two game-winning goals this year, including one in the CAC tournament.
Pfundstein, a forward, went from reserve to starter in 2010, playing in all 20 games and scoring four goals and registering nine points. Both totals are good for second on the team.
The honors mark the first time for each of the four players, who will all return next season. Salisbury advanced to the CAC tournament semifinals this season with a 1-0 win at Stevenson University.