Albion College was the best team in the second half of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association women's soccer season, going 7-0-1 against its league rivals.
The Britons were rewarded for that strong finish Tuesday by placing senior forward Domenique Sarnecky on the all-MIAA first team and senior defender Amanda Allen, junior forward Jenna Urso and first-year midfielder Emily Wolford on the second team.
Sarnecky, a Ladywood High School product from Canton, Mich., was selected to the first team for the third time in her career. She totaled six goals and four assists in the 16 league contests, including scoring the game-winning goal in the Oct. 29 contest against co-champion Kalamazoo College.
Allen, a Lakeland High School product from White Lake, Mich., anchored a back line that yielded just 17 goals, third-fewest in the league.
Urso, also from Ladywood High School via South Lyon, Mich., ended the season on a tear, producing the game-winning goal in the Oct. 18 match at Trine and dishing out an assist in each of the last three matches. She finished the season with 10 points (three goals, four assists), fourth-most on the team.
Wolford, from Berkley, Mich., dished out a team-high seven assists during the season. Six of those assists came in contests against MIAA rivals.
Albion, 9-6-1 against MIAA rivals, surged to a tie for fourth place in the league standings.