Seven UAA student-athletes were chosen to the 2017 NCAA Division III Women's All-America Teams, including four first team selections.
Senior midfielder Mia Calamari and junior midfielder Jenna McKinney of University of Chicago were selected to the All-America first team. Calamari was one of two women in NCAA Division III to earn All-America honors for the third time. McKinney, the two-time UAA Women's Soccer Most Valuable Player, garnered All-America honors for the second consecutive season.
Senior forward Haili Adams of Carnegie Mellon University and junior midfielder Darcy Cunningham of Washington University were also named to the first team.
Junior defender Maggie Crist of the Bears was named to the second team to earn All-America accolades for the second time.
Senior midfielder Tori Iatarola of the Tartans and sophomore defender Mackenzie Peebles of the Maroons garnered recognition on the third team.
A total of 92 players (46 men, 46 women) in NCAA Division III soccer receive All-America recognition and will be honored at the United Soccer Coaches All-America Luncheon on Jan. 20, 2018 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center as part of the organization's annual convention.