2023 NFHCA Division I All-American Teams announced

Dec 12, 2023 | 2023-2024, Division I, News

Margo Carlin, Boston College
Photo credit:
Meg Kelly

GENEVA, N.Y. — In acknowledgement of outstanding performances during the 2023 season, the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) proudly presents 48 Division I student-athletes as the 2023 NFHCA All-Americans, sponsored by The LineUp. This distinguished group is classified into first, second, and third teams, reflecting their exceptional talent showcased this fall. Join us in celebrating these extraordinary individuals, listed below

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

First Team All-American

Bronte-May Brough, Harvard University (Defender)
Margo Carlin, Boston College (Forward)
Jodie Conolly, Liberty University (Defender)
Manu Ghigliotti, Saint Joseph’s University (Forward)
Phia Gladieux, Pennsylvania State University (Forward)
Ryleigh Heck, University of North Carolina (Forward)
Julie Kouijzer, University of Louisville (Defender)
Iris Langejans, Rutgers University (Defender)
Alaina McVeigh, Duke University (Forward)
Hannah Miller, Duke University (Forward)
Hope Rose, University of Maryland (Forward)
Annabel Skubisz, Northwestern University (Goalkeeper)
Alison Smisdom, University at Albany (Midfielder)
Dionne van Aalsum, University of Iowa (Forward)
Eefke van den Nieuwenhof, Syracuse University (Defender)
Lauren Wadas, Northwestern University (Midfielder)

Second Team All-American

Olivia Bent-Cole, Northwestern University (Forward)
Noa Boterman, University of Virginia (Midfielder)
Charly Bruder, University of North Carolina (Forward)
Tasmin Cookman, University of New Hampshire (Forward)
Mia Duchars, University of Louisville (Midfielder)
Bethany Dykema, Liberty University (Defender)
Esme Gibson, University of Iowa (Midfielder)
Emily Guckian, Harvard University (Midfielder)
Azul Iritxity Irigoyen, Liberty University (Goalkeeper)
Meghan Mitchell, Villanova University (Forward)
Claudia Negrete Garcia, Miami University (Midfielder)
Lily Neilson, Bucknell University (Forward)
Caroline Ramsey, Cornell University (Defender)
Lineke Spaans, Lafayette College (Midfielder)
Pieke van de Pas, Syracuse University (Midfielder)
Puck Winter, Rutgers University (Defender)

Third Team All-American

Mackenzie Allessie, Pennsylvania State University (Defender)
Charllene Boshoff, American University (Defender)
Leanne Bough, Ohio State University (Midfielder)
Sietske Brüning, University of North Carolina (Midfielder)
Lora Clarke, University of Michigan (Midfielder)
Marlon de Bruijne, Old Dominion University (Forward)
Alissia DeVries, University of Massachusetts, Lowell (Defender)
Pyper Friedman, William & Mary (Midfielder)
Peyton Halsey, Northwestern University (Forward)
Piper Hampsch, Duke University (Goalkeeper)
Mora Marrero, Virginia Commonwealth University (Midfielder)
Alia Marshall, Northwestern University (Midfielder)
Lauren Rowe, Northeastern University (Defender)
Lucie Vincent, Fairfield University (Forward)
Makenna Webster, Ohio State University (Forward)
Frederique Zandbergen, Old Dominion University (Midfielder)

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 2023 NFHCA Division I All-Region teams and the 2023 NFHCA Division I Regional Players of the Year. The NFHCA Division I 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.