Middlebury

Women's Soccer Players Earn NESCAC Honors

November 13, 2008

Three members of the Middlebury College women's soccer team were honored today with the conference announced its all-league teams. Junior Anjuli Demers (Dracut, Mass.) earned first-team honors, while seniors Caitlin Parker (Seattle, Wash.) and Lindsay Rotherham (Bozeman, Mont.) were both named to the second-team. The three helped lead the Panthers to an 8-6-2 record, including a 5-2 mark in their final seven games with a trip to the NESCAC semifinals.

Demers earns a spot on the first-team for the second straight season. The junior defender helped lead a Middlebury defense that allowed 0.73 goals/game in '08, including seven shutouts. Demers has played in 47 games through three seasons at Middlebury.

Parker earns second-team honors as a forward for the Panthers. The senior captain led the team in scoring this season with four goals and two assists for 10 points. She ends her career with 15 goals over 62 games, including a dozen assists for 42 points.

Rotherham was named to the second-team in the Panther midfield. The Middlebury senior scored a goal this season in the team's 3-1 win over Tufts, while also adding three helpers in '08. She finishes her four-year career with 47 games played, including a goal and six assists for eight points.