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KSC’s Dallas and Rowell Earn Field Hockey All-America Honors Again

From Stuart Kaufman, Sports Information: For the second year in a row, Keene State’s Erin Dallas and Alyssa Rowell have been named All-Americans by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). Dallas, a junior midfielder from Marlow, N.H., becomes the first Owl player to earn first-team All-American twice, while Rowell, a senior back from Queensbury, N.Y., moves up from third-team last year to second-team honors this season.

Dallas, a first-team All-Region and All-Little East pick, led the Owls in scoring with 13 goals, 13 assists, and 39 points. Rowell, who earned LEC defensive Player of the Year honors for the second consecutive season as well as All-Region and All-LEC awards, topped the team with 13 defensive saves and was third in scoring with 11 goals, nine assists, and 31 points.

Dallas and Rowell join Heather Fiske, Kerrey Pilotte, and Kelly Smith as two-time All-Americans for the KSC field hockey team. Finishing with an 18-6 (10-1 LEC record), Keene State captured its fifth consecutive LEC championship and NCAA berth this season.

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