Hanover's Anna Cornacchione Earns All-American Honor from NSCAA

Hanover's Anna Cornacchione Earns All-American Honor from NSCAA

Release courtesy of Hanover College

2014 NSCAA All-America Team

HANOVER, IN - Sophomore forward Anna Cornacchione (Cincinnati, Ohio) has been selected a third-team all-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).

Cornacchione is a two-time Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference player of the year and all-Great Lakes Region selection. This fall, she led the HCAC in its eight offensive categories, including a school single-season record-tying 21 goals, 12 assists and 54 points.

She is the third player in Hanover soccer history to earn all-American honors. Former standout Kaitlin McCulloch became the Panthers' first all-American when she was named to the NSCAA's third team after the 2012 campaign. Junior midfielder Rachel Alvis (Cincinnati, Ohio) was tabbed a second-team all-American in 2013.

Hanover finished the 2014 season with a 16-5-0 overall record. The Panthers captured their second consecutive Heartland Conference regular-season championship with an 8-0-1 record and earned the program's third berth in the NCAA Division III national tournament.