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Merrimack’s Savi Named DIII CAA All-East Region


After capping off a stellar career by becoming the eighth player in Merrimack College women’s soccer history to post a 10-goal and 10-assist season, senior forward Jenna Savi (Dedham, Mass.) was selected to the 2015 Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association (CCA) All-East Region Second Team on Monday morning.

Savi was named a second-team selection as a forward by the CCA on Monday, marking the first time the senior has been selected to an All-Region team in her career. Savi was also a NSCAA Scholar All-East Region Honorable Mention last season.

The Dedham, Massachusetts native put together a fantastic senior campaign to finish off a great career at Merrimack. She became just the eighth player in the history of the program, and 13th time it has been done, to score 10 or more goals and add 10 or more assists in a single season, as she finished with 10 goals and 13 assists on the year. The last time a Warrior accomplished the 10-and-10 feat was 2001. She also netted three game-winners this season, including a penalty-kick goal in overtime in the Northeast-10 Conference Quarterfinals, and added her first-career hat trick in the final game of her career.

Savi finished up her career as a Warrior with 25 goals and 25 assists, a true testament to the all-around player she has been at Merrimack. Her career total of eight-game winning goals also ranks her just outside the top-10 in the history of the program. She appeared in all 77 games of Merrimack College women’s soccer played in the past four years.

Savi’s 10 goals and 13 assists for 33 points were all career-highs for the senior. Her assist and point totals were both the most in the NE-10 this year, while she was tied for third in the conference in goals. Her 13 assists on the season also ranked fifth in the nation.


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