2022 NFHCA Division I All-American Teams announced

Dec 13, 2022 | 2022-2023, Division I, News

Annie McDonough, University of Virginia

GENEVA, N.Y. — This year, 48 Division I student-athletes have been recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) as All-Americans sponsored by TheLineUp for their performances throughout the 2022 season — the selections are divided into first, second, and third teams.

Leading the charge was Pennsylvania State University with four student-athletes selected as All-Americans. Following closely with three student-athletes selected were Northwestern University, Syracuse University, and University of North Carolina.

Honorees are listed below, first by All-American team, then alphabetically by last name.

First Team All-American

Bente Baekers, Northwestern University (Forward)
Brie Barraco, Pennsylvania State University (Goalkeeper)
Margo Carlin, Boston College (Forward)
Quirine Comans, Syracuse University (Forward)
Charlotte de Vries, Syracuse University (Forward)
Sophia Gladieux, Pennsylvania State University (Forward)
Meike Lanckhor, Wake Forest University (Midfielder)
Erin Matson, University of North Carolina Forward)
Annie McDonough, University of Virginia (Forward)
Anthe Nijziel, University of Iowa (Defender)
Hope Rose, University of Maryland (Forward)
Meredith Sholder, University of North Carolina (Midfielder)
Alison Smisdom, University at Albany (Defender)
Dani van Rootsellar, University of Maryland (Midfielder)
Beth Yeager, Princeton University (Midfielder)
Maddie Zimmer, Northwestern University (Midfielder)

Second Team All-American

Mackenzie Allessie, Pennsylvania State University (Midfielder)
Katie Anderson, University of Michigan (Midfielder)
Kayla Blas, Northwestern University (Defender)
Bronte-May Brough, Harvard University (Defender)
Sky Caron, Wake Forest University (Defender)
Hannah Davey, Princeton University (Defender)
Julia Duffhuis, University of Delaware (Defender)
Bethany Dykema, Liberty University (Defender)
Esme Gibson, University of Iowa (Midfielder)
Ryleigh Heck, University of North Carolina (Forward)
Azul Irixity Irigoyen, Liberty University (Goalkeeper)
Claire Jandewirth, University of Connecticut (Defender)
Julie Kouijzer, University of Louisville (Defender)
Poppy Lambert, University of Maine (Defender)
Lily Santi, Saint Joseph’s University (Forward)
Eefke van den Nieuwenhof, Syracuse University (Defender)

Third Team All-American

Jess Beech, University of Massachsetts, Amherst (Midfielder)
Tasmin Cookman, University of New Hampshire (Forward)
Emma DeBerdine, University of Maryland (Midfielder)
Emma Goldean, The Ohio State University (Midfielder)
Iris Langjeans, Rutgers University (Defender)
Delphine le Jeune, Old Dominion University (Midfielder)
Daniela Mendez-Trendler, University of Virginia (Midfielder)
Jazmin Palma, Lock Haven University (Defender)
Isabelle Perese, Miami University (Goalkeeper)
Aimee Plumb, University of Louisville (Forward)
Caroline Ramsey, Cornell University (Defender/Midfielder)
Anna Simon, Pennsylvania State University (Midfielder)
Annick van Lange, Monmouth University (Midfielder)
Freke van Tilburg, Saint Joseph’s University (Defender)
Chloe Walton, University of Maine (Forward)
Eveline Zwager, James Madison University (Forward)

The NFHCA Division I All-American announcement is the third in a list of postseason awards from the NFHCA. The association has already released the 2022 NFHCA Division I All-Region teams and the 2022 NFHCA Division I Regional Players of the Year. The NFHCA National Player of the Year will be announced on December 15.


The NFHCA All-Region/All-American teams are officially sponsored by The LineUp.

The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) is a nonprofit organization serving field hockey coaches and supporters of the game from across the United States. The mission of the organization is to champion, strengthen, and celebrate field hockey coaches and the game. The NFHCA strives to cultivate and recognize the professional contributions of its membership and to foster and promote the growth of the sport. The NFHCA is responsible for providing a recognizable presence and voice in regard to legislation affecting the sport as well as interscholastic and intercollegiate programs.