Women's Soccer Places Four on Skyline All-Conference Teams

Women's Soccer Places Four on Skyline All-Conference Teams

Skyline Release

New York, NY| Senior Samantha Caruso, juniors Christina Gagliardi, Juliana Cintron-Leonardo and sophomore Carly Credidio of the St. Joseph's College women's soccer team were named to the Skyline All-Conference teams as announced by the Conference on Monday afternoon.

Gagliardi picks up her second First-Team honor after leading the Skyline with 2.69 points-per-game on a team-leading 19 goals and five assists. The junior recorded a conference-best six game-winning goals and finished with five multi-goal games, including four hat-tricks. This season the Ronkonkoma, NY native became the SJC All-Time career points (105) and goals (46) leader while tying her own single-season goal record.

Caruso picked up a First-Team nod for her first-career All-Conference recognition. The senior started all 17 games for the Golden Eagles and recorded five points on two goals and an assist from the defensive end. The Lake Grove, NY native guided an SJC backline that held opponents to a 2.287 goals against average and eight shutouts.

Cintron-Leonardo spent all 1,537:16 minutes in the goal for the Golden Eagles, compiling a 10-7 record on the season. The junior recorded 97 saves and a .817 save percentage good for third in the conference in both categories. The Riverhead, NY native amassed eight shutouts to match a program record set in 2008.

Credidio earns her second honor in her two years as a Golden Eagle after finishing second on the team with 16 points on five goals and a team-leading six assists. The sophomore came away with a .571 shots on goal percentage and one game-winning goal.

The Golden Eagles entered the Skyline Conference Championship as the No. 3 seed. After a 4-0 victory over the fourth-seeded College of Mt. St. Vincent before, SJC fell in the semifinals, 3-1, to second-seeded Mt. St. Mary.

2018 Skyline Conference Women's Soccer All-Conference Team
 
First Team
Christina Gagliardi, F, St. Joseph's-Long Island (Jr.; Ronkonkoma, N.Y.)
Julissa Martinez, F, Farmingdale State (Fr.; Brentwood, N.Y.)
Kiley Ritter, F, Sarah Lawrence (Fr.; Los Angeles, Calif.)
Deserae Sequeira, F, St. Joseph's-Brooklyn (So.; Clark, N.J.)
Cristina Britton, M, Mount Saint Vincent (Fr.; Danbury, Conn.)
Chrissy Cannella, M, Mount Saint Mary (Jr.; Cornwall, N.Y.)
Allison Khare, M, Farmingdale State (Sr.; Deer Park, N.Y.)
Tara Lyons, M, Farmingdale State (Jr.; Wantagh, N.Y.)
Sophia Spralja, M, Sarah Lawrence (Sr.; San Clemente, Calif.)
Brittany Bornstad, B, Mount Saint Mary (So.; Linden, N.J.)
Samantha Caruso, B, St. Joseph's-Long Island (Sr.; Lake Grove, N.Y.)
Alyssa Gaynor, B, Farmingdale State (Sr.; E. Northport, N.Y.)
Erin Purack, B, Farmingdale State (Sr.; Farmingdale, N.Y.)
Daniella Ford, G, Farmingdale State (Jr.; Elmont, N.Y.)
Cammie Havens, G, Maritime (Sr.; Pt. Pleasant, N.Y.)
 
Second Team
Julia DeSantis, F, Mount Saint Mary (Fr.; Islip, N.Y.)
Tiffany McBrayer, F, Sarah Lawrence (Fr.; Miami, Fla.)
Anisah Molic, F, St. Joseph's-Brooklyn (So.; Staten Island, N.Y.)
Alyssa Parrotta, F, Farmingdale State (Sr.; Centereach, N.Y.)
Brianna Williams, F, Old Westbury (Fr.; Valley Stream, N.Y.)
Carly Credidio, M, St. Joseph's-Long Island (So.; Farmingville, N.Y.)
Meagan Murdocco, M, Farmingdale State (So.; No. Babylon, N.Y.)
Rachel Rocha, M, St. Joseph's-Brooklyn (So.; Linden, N.J.)
Madison Schultz, M, Mount Saint Vincent (Fr.; Temecula, Calif.)
Lauren Ashby, B, Sarah Lawrence (So.; Syracuse, N.Y.)
Grace Barry, B, Mount Saint Vincent (So.; Carmel, N.Y.)
Emma Costa, B, Mount Saint Mary (Sr.; Rocky Point, N.Y.)
Jordan Martin, B, Farmingdale State (Sr.; Lecanto, Fla.)
Juliana Cintron-Leonardo, G, St. Joseph's-Long Island (Jr.; Riverhead, N.Y.)
 
Offensive Player of the Year: Tara Lyons, Farmingdale State
Defensive Player of the Year: Daniella Ford, Farmingdale State
Rookie of the Year: Kiley Ritter, Sarah Lawrence
Coach of the Year: Maurizio Grillo, Sarah Lawrence (second season)