LANCASTER, Va. – The Marymount University women's soccer team had three players honored by the Atlantic East Conference on Thursday, as the league announced its first-ever All-Atlantic East Teams.
Junior Karen Reyes led the way by earning her first All-Atlantic East first-team selection, following a career year. Reyes set career highs in goals (10), assists (six), and points (26), while leading the team in all three categories. She finished the year fourth in the conference in all three, as well.
Before joining the Atlantic East, Reyes was an All-Capital Athletic Conference second-team selection in 2017.
McKee earned the first all-conference honor of her career, as an important member of the team's central midfield. McKee started 14-of-15 games played on the year and finished with three points on one goal and one assist. She was key in keeping possession for the Saints this year, helping orchestrate the ball movement from her spot.
Londregan capped an impressive freshman season for the Saints with her first all-conference selection, as well. She was a mainstay on the back line for Marymount, leading the defense as one of the team's center backs. Londregan played in and started all 18 games for the Saints, tallying one goal on the year, as well.
To view the full Atlantic East All-Conference release, click here.