FTF Canada announced the 2021 NC EH EH All-Canadian Team with players earning a myriad of individual accolades, including 1 NCAA National Championship, 3 All-America Awards, 14 All-Region Awards, and 28 All-Conference Awards.
The NC EH EH All-Canadian Teams are selected by FTF Canada, which is made up of representatives from across Canada.
Goalkeeper: Marika Laurendeau, College of the Saint Rose: Laurendeau finished her season with 11 clean sheets, 0.57 goals against average, and 0.857 save percentage. She was named the NE10 Conference Goalkeeper of the Year, as well as earning NE10 Conference First Team, NCAA DII All-East Region First Team, and NCAA DII All-America First Team honors.
Defender: Jayde Riviere, University of Michigan: Riviere registered 1 assist in 22 games, 19 of which as a starter. A stalwart at the back, she helped Michigan to 11 clean sheets and a BIG10 Championship.
Defender: Emma Regan, University of Texas: Regan started all 22 games this season for the Longhorns, helping them to a 11-5-6 record and 10 clean sheets. She earned All-BIG12 Conference Second Team and NCAA DI All-Midwest Region Third Team honors.
Defender: Gabrielle Carle, Florida State University: Carle played and started in 23 of FSU’s National Championship season recording 1,908 minutes. She was instrumental in helping FSU to a 22-1-2 record, helping the team to 14 shutouts, while adding 3 goals and 6 assists.
Defender: Jayda Hylton-Pelaia, Arizona State University: Hylton-Pelaia started 16 of ASU’s 20 games in 2021, featuring in 19. She scored 1 goal as well as pitching in with two assists while helping ASU to a 10-8-2 record. Hylton-Pelaia was selected 49th overall in the NWSL draft by Chicago Red Stars.
Midfielder: Sarah Stratigakis, University of Michigan: Stratigakis scored 2 goals and chipped in with 5 assists helping Michigan to a 18-4-3 record and a BIG 10 Championship. For her stellar season, Stratigakis was named to the All-BIG 10 2nd Team and earned All-North Region 2nd Team honours.
Midfielder: Julia Grosso, University of Texas: Grosso was a force in the BIG 12 earning All-BIG 12 Conference Tournament Team and All-BIG 12 Conference 1st Team, while contributing 6 goals and 5 assists for the Longhorns. Grosso was also named to the All-Midwest Region 1st Team, and the All-America 3rd Team.
Midfielder: Karly Hellstrom, Kent State University: Hellstrom was one of the most dangerous attacking players in the NCAA during the 2021 season. The Kent State midfielder scored 7 goals, adding 11 assists. Her season culminated in earning the All-MAC 1st Team and All-Midwest Region 2nd Team.
Forward: Amanda West, University of Pittsburgh: West was once again lethal in front of goal for Pitt in the ACC, scoring 10 goals, including 5 game winners, adding 3 assists. She was named to the All-ACC 3rd Team and the All-Atlantic Region 3rd Team at the end of her season.
Forward: Florence Vaillancourt, Niagara University: Vaillancourt finished the 2021 season with the 13th highest point total in the entire NCAA after netting 13 goals and adding 10 assists. Consequently, she was named the All-MAAC Offensive Player of the Year and an All-MAAC 1st Team.
Forward: Tanya Boychuk, University of Memphis: Boychuk made the most of her senior season earning All-AAC 1st Team and All-South Region 1st Team honours after scoring 6 goals, chipping in with 4 assists for Memphis.
Goalkeeper: Morgan McAslan, Samford University: McAslan recorded 10 clean sheets, 0.79 goals against average, and 0.814 save percentage. She was named to the SoCon All-Tournament Team, as well as the All-SoCon Conference 2nd Team.
Defender: Tianna Harris, Kent State University: Harris recorded 4 goals and one assist in 21 games for Kent State during the 2021 season. She was deservedly named to the All-MAC 1st Team and the MAC Defensive Player of the Year, as well as an All-Midwest Region 1st Team honour.
Defender: Maya Antoine, Vanderbilt University: Antoine started 19 games this past season at Vanderbilt helping the team to an 8-8-3 record and 6 clean sheets. She was named to the All-SEC 2nd Team, as well as the All-Southeast Region 3rd Team.
Defender: Payton Robertson, University of Buffalo: Robertson earned All-MAC 1st Team honours after scoring 1 goal and 1 assist while helping Buffalo to a 13-4-3 record. She was also named to the All-Midwest Region 2nd Team for her performance.
Defender: Andrea Tyrell, Mississippi State University: Tyrell started all 16 games for Mississippi State this past season, helping the team earn 4 shutouts, as well as contributing to 2 goals. She earned All-SEC 2nd Team and All-Southeast Region 2nd Team honours.
Midfielder: Ciera Lundy, College of the Saint Rose: Lundy was one of the best midfielders in the NCAA D2 last season culminating in NE10 Conference 1st Team, All-East Region 1st team, and All-America 3rd Team honours. She was a staple in the Saint Rose side that were NCAA National Finalists and NE10 Conference Champions, chipping in with 4 goals and 2 assists.
Midfielder: Ebony Clarke, Kennesaw State University: Clarke was an All-ASUN Conference First-Team lock after scoring 5 goals and 1 assist. She was well deserving of the All-South Region 3rd Team nod.
Midfielder: Grace Stordy, University of Memphis: Stordy 4 goals in the AAC for Memphis, including 1 game winner. However, she contributed more than just on the scoresheet, exemplified by earning All-AAC First Team honours.
Midfielder: Wayny Balata, Southern Methodist University: Balata was a huge threat for Southern Methodist scoring 6 goals, adding 2 assists. She was named to the All-AAC 2nd Team.
Forward: Nicole Kozlova, Virginia Tech: Kozlova was an absolute force in the ACC scoring 4 goals, including 3 game winning goals, adding 4 assists. She spread out her team contributions too, scoring or assisting in 9 of the 17 games she played in.
Forward: Emily Mijares, Mercyhurst University: Mijares was one of the most lethal strikers in the NCAA D2 during the 2021 season. She scored 15 goals and 3 assists, leading to being named the PSAC Rookie of the Year, All-PSAC First Team, PSAC Athlete of the Year, All-Atlantic Region Second Team, and CCA All-Atlantic Region First Team.
Goalkeeper: Kayza Massey, West Virginia University: Massey recorded a 10-5-5 record, while earning 10 clean sheets, 0.58 goals-against average, and a 0.813 save percentage. Deservingly, she was named to the All-Big12 Conference 2nd Team.
Defender: Zoe Burns, University of Southern California: Burns was a stalwart at the back for USC starting in 18 games while helping them to a 14-3-3 record and 8 clean sheets. Scoring 1 goal and 1 assist, she was aptly named to the All-Pac 12 Conference 2nd Team.
Defender: Ida Miceli, Niagara University: Miceli earned All-MAAC Conference 1st Team honours after scoring 3 goals and 2 assists from the back line. She was integral to Niagara holding a 13-4-1 record, while keeping 3 clean sheets.
Defender: Taylor Watson, Alabama A&M University: Watson was instrumental in helping Alabama A&M to a 10-8-1 record. During her 17 games played in, 15 as a starter, they kept 9 clean sheets. With 2 assists, she earned an All-SWAC Conference 2nd Team nomination.
Defender: Mackenzie Mix, Niagara University: Mix was Miceli’s partner in crime at the back for Niagara starting 18 games, helping to earn a 13-4-1 record and 3 clean sheets. After contributing 2 goals and 1 assist, she was named to the All-MAAC Conference 2nd Team.
Midfielder: Markela Bejleri, Quinnipiac University: Bejleri started every one of Quinnipiac’s games this past season scoring 5 goals and providing 4 assists as well. Unsurprisingly, she was named to the All-MAAC Conference 2nd Team.
Midfielder: Madelyn Robbins, Farleigh Dickinson University: Robbins was a mainstay in Farleigh Dickinson’s midfield this past season in 20 games. Scoring 1 goal and 5 assists, she was named to the All-NEC 2nd Team.
Midfielder: Mya Jones, University of Memphis: Jones was named to the All-AAC 2nd Team for her performances over the 2021 season. She scored 2 goals, adding 2 assists in 19 games as a starter.
Forward: Jordan Faveri, University of North Carolina – Wilmington: Faveri was essential for UNC Wilmington’s CAA Conference Championship. She scored 5 goals, 4 of which were game winners, chipping in with a whopping 9 assists.
Forward: Emma Davies, Niagara University: Davies was one the most creative players this past season after providing 7 assists, while adding 3 goals. Deservedly, she was named to the All-MAAC 2nd Team.
Forward: Olga Massombo, Wright State University: Massombo scored 3 goals and 2 assists in 16 games as a starter for Wright State. For her performances, she earned All-Horizon Conference 1st Team honours.
Goalkeeper: Laurence Gladu, Penn State University
Goalkeeper: Melody Mezzina, Western Carolina University
Defender: Emily Lazenby, University of Buffalo
Defender: Keyosha Donkor, Kent State University
Defender: Malikae Dayes, University of Maryland
Defender: Megan Howell, Prairie View A&M University
Defender: Molly Quarry, University of Montana
Defender: Reese Moffat, Louisiana State University
Midfielder: Alissa Stewart, University of Texas – San Antonio
Midfielder: Giulia Giovinazzi, Kent State University
Midfielder: Jasmine Vilgrain, Southern Methodist University
Midfielder: Jessica De Filippo, University of Arkansas
Midfielder: Michaela Iacono, Eastern Michigan University
Midfielder: Samantha Chang, University of South Carolina
Midfielder: Saorla Miller, University of Memphis
Midfielder: Sydney Brough, University of Central Arkansas
Forward: Cephana Deane, Jacksonville State University
Forward: Courtney Chochol, Quinnipiac University
Forward: Kennedy Faulknor, University of California – Los Angeles
Forward: Leah Pais, University of Pittsburgh
Forward: Melissa Lamanna, Lafayette College
Forward: Sarah Allen, Coastal Carolina University