November 22, 2011
Salisbury's Courtney Webster And Tara McGovern Named To Longstreth Field Hockey All-America Team
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced the 2011
Longstreth/ NFHCA Division III All-American Teams and Salisbury had
two players honored. Seniors Tara McGovern and
Courtney Webster were each named to the second
team. With these two selections, the program has recorded 86
All-Americans since 1974.
With the 2011 second team All-American status McGovern joins
eight other Sea Gulls who have garnished All-American status for
three years as she was named to the first team in 2009 and third
team in 2010. The senior co-captain had an excellent senior season
anchoring a defense that allowed only nine goals in the regular
season and produced 10 shutouts. The Yorktown Heights, N.Y., native
ends her career with a plethora of honors including four first-team
Capital Athletic Conference selections, CAC Rookie of the Year
(2008), CAC Player of the Year (2009), three time All-South region
first-team selection (2009, '10, '11), All-South region second team
(2008), ECAC Mid-Atlantic All-Region first team (2009) and ECAC
Mid-Atlantic All-Region Defensive Player of the Year in 2009.
Webster earns her first All-American status with the second team
honor. Webster led the team offensively scoring 18 goals and
handing out seven assists for a team high of 43 points. The senior
co-captain ends her career with accolades including second team
All-CAC (2008), All-South region second team (2010), All South
region first team (2011), first team All-CAC (2011) and CAC Player
of the Year in 2011.
to view the 2011 Longstreth/ NFHCA
Division III All-American Teams.