For the second-consecutive year under head coach Michael Cracas, the Hiram College women’s soccer team has been recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America with a Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award.
The Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award, given annually by the NSCAA, recognizes institutions across the country that exhibited fair play, sporting behavior and adherence to the laws of the game.
The Terriers were one of 19 institutions across the NCAA Collegiate landscape to garner a bronze level award. The award is based on a percentage (31-50%) which is calculated by the total number of cards received by both players and coaches, divided by the team’s total number of games played.
Hiram has now been honored with the Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award in both of Cracas’ seasons at the helm, as the Terriers also earned silver-level honors following the 2015-16 campaign.
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