Corning Community College found itself well-represented on the 2017 All-MSAC (Mid-State Athletic Conference) women's soccer team after capturing the programs first-ever Conference Championship. Below are the women that were selected:
Mallory Ziegler - The sophomore defender from Elmira High School had an outstanding season and was the glue that held the Red Barons defense together. She was a general in the back line and was a key to the teams success this season.
Morgan Price - The sophomore keeper and Spencer Van-Etten grad, set a new program record for shut-outs in a season with 8 and allowed only 14 goalas against in 15 games. Her play in the net was phenominal and her consistency game the Red Barons a chance to win every match.
Emily Smith - The sophomore from Horseheads HS scored 16 goals and had 5 assists on the season. Smith drew heavy attention from the opposing defense yet was able to put the ball in the net time and time again. Her creativity with the ball and physical play, inititated numerous offensive opportunities for Corning this season.
Mackenzie Warner - The Athens HS graduate and sophomore was a staple for the Red Barons in the midfield. She scored 13 goals and distributed 12 assists this season. Most every offensive run Corning had ran through "Mack". Her abilitybto see the field and sense where her teammates were was uncanny and a large part of the seasons success.
Victoria Finn - This "freshman phenom" hails from Geneseo HS and entered the college scene in large fashion. Finn scored 18 goals and recorded 4 assists. Her ability to finish from anyplace on the pitch is what seperated her from the rest.
Corning fell in the NJCAA Region III semi-finals after a record-setting season that saw them set a program record for most wins in a season.