Lyndonville, VT - Lyndon State College women's soccer player Johanna Sargent (Randolph, VT) has been named to the North Atlantic Conference Women's Soccer Sportsmanship Team for the 2017 season. Selection to the NAC Sportsmanship Team is reserved for those who have distinguished themselves through demonstrated acts of sportsmanship and ethical behavior. The honorees are individuals who have positively affected the soccer culture and environment and whose behavior clearly demonstrates sportsmanship and integrity that go beyond the playing rules and etiquette.
Sargent, a senior goalkeeper majoring in exercise science, played in 13 games for the Hornets this season, starting 11 times. She recorded 154 saves for the season, tied for the most among all NAC goalkeepers. Her 11.85 saves per game ranked first in the conference by more than a save and a half per game. Sargent has played 48 games in her four-year Lyndon career. She has 513 career saves, and five career shutouts.
The full list of NAC women's soccer award winners, as voted on by conference coaches, can be found HERE.