Hiram College


Five members of the Hiram College women’s soccer team were named All-North Coast Athletic Conference on Wednesday.

This is the first time in program history that Hiram had five players earn all-conference honors.

Senior Kelsey Martin (Austintown/Fitch), junior Kailie Reed (Wadsworth) and sophomore Allie Glatt (Cincinnati/Seton) all earned Second Team All-NCAC honors.

In addition, sophomore Bailey Norton (Stow/Stow-Munroe Falls) and sophomore Abbey Rowe (Mt. Orab/Lynchburg-Clay) were named Honorable Mention All-NCAC.

Martin earns her second straight Second Team All-NCAC selection and third All-NCAC honor overall.

This season, she played and started in 15 games, while scoring three goals.

Reed garners in her second consecutive All-NCAC honor.

This season, she posted four shutouts and made 106 saves in goal.

Glatt appeared and started in 17 contests this season, leading the team in goals (nine), assists (four) and points (22).

This is is her first All-NCAC selection.

Norton earns her first All-NCAC honor after playing and starting in 17 games.

She was a key of the Hiram defense and also registered one assist.

Rowe finished second on the team with four goals, while making 17 starts.

This is the first time she has been named All-NCAC.

Under 11th year head coach Bob Dean, Hiram went 6-11-1 overall and 1-6-1 in NCAC play.