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Pitt-Greensburg trio make all-region teams

Bill Beckner
Pitt-Greensburg freshman Ashley Lucas leads the team with 16 goals and Division III with eight game-winning goals.

A trio of Pitt-Greensburg players from the most successful women’s soccer team in program history received additional postseason accolades.

Senior defender Tori Conroy and freshman forward Ashley Lucas were named to the United Soccer Coaches Association NCAA Division III All-Great Lakes Region second team, while sophomore midfielder Tiffany Michalek made the third team.

Conroy anchored a defense that allowed 12 goals and posted 15 shutouts, while Lucas, the AMCC player and newcomer of the year, led the conference in goals (23), assists (11) and points (57).

Michalek had 18 goals and 44 points for UPG, which finished 19-1-1, clinched AMCC regular season and playoff titles and made the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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