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October 25th, 2012 4:55AM
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[AMERICA EAST]The America East Tournament begins without its regular-season champion. Boston University completed its third straight undefeated and untied season in America East play with a 1-0 win over New Hampshire, but the Terriers won't be participating in the conference tournament. Banned due to its move to the Patriot League in 2013, BU will be unable to compete for its sixth consecutive championship crown.

BU finished 8-0-0 and has won 32 straight games against America East opponents. Its record is 12-7-1 overall. It ranks 70th in the current RPI rankings.

Terriers Jessica Morrow and Emma Clark were named Defensive and Midfielder of the Year, respectively. They were joined on the all-conference first team by teammate Madison Clemens.

Hartford will be the No. 1 seed in the 2012 tournament and is joined by No. 2 seed Maine, No. 3 New Hampshire, No. 4 Vermont, No. 5 Albany and No. 6 Stony Brook.

The tournament begins Thursday with two quarterfinals: Vermont-Albany and New Hampshire-Stony Brook.

All-America East First Team
Shayla Bergeron, Sr., F, Albany
Madison Clemens, Jr., F, Boston U.
Amelia Pereira, Sr., F, Hartford
Chelsea DeVerna, Sr., M, Albany
Sa’sha Kershaw, Sr., M, Stony Brook
Caroline Dixon, Sr., M, Hartford
Emma Clark, Jr., M, Boston U.
Shealagh Begley, Sr., B, Hartford
Haley Marks, Jr., B, Vermont
Jessica Morrow, Sr., B, Boston U.
Erin Quinlan, Jr., GK, Hartford
 
All-America East Second Team
Larissa Nysch, Jr., F, Stony Brook
Sarah Furminger, Sr., F, Binghamton
Ana Cuffia, So., F, Boston U.
Megan McGoldrick, Jr., M, Boston U.
Caitlin Alves, Sr., M, Hartford
Charlene Achille, Fr., M, Maine
Kerry Glynn, So., M, Vermont
Erin Mullen, Jr., B, Boston U.
Elizabeth Curry, Sr., B, New Hampshire
Ahriel Fernandez, Jr., B, Stony Brook
Lauren Kadet, Jr., GK, UMBC
 
All-Rookie Team
Claire Pleuler, Fr., M, Boston U.
McKenzie Hollenbaugh, Fr., B, Boston U.
Sidney Spremullo, Fr., M, Hartford
Morgan Berry, So., B, Hartford
Charlene Achille, Fr., M, Maine
Noelle Leon-Palmer, Fr., B, Maine
Amira Walcott, Fr., B, UMBC
Kirstyn Corder, Fr., F, New Hampshire
Tessa Devereaux, Fr., M, Stony Brook
Raven Edwards, Fr., F, Stony Brook
Ally Ramos, Fr., GK, Vermont

Awards
Striker of the Year
Amelia Pereira, Sr., F, Hartford
 
Midfielder of the Year
Emma Clark, Jr., M, Boston U.
 
Defender of the Year
Jessica Morrow, Sr., B, Boston U.
 
Goalkeeper of the Year
Erin Quinlan, Jr., GK, Hartford
 
Rookie of the Year
Charlene Achille, M, Fr., Maine
 
Coaching Staff of the Year
Boston University, Head Coach Nancy Feldman
University of Hartford, Head Coach John Natale



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