Becker, Mohammadi, Stollar Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors

Becker, Mohammadi, Stollar Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors

The trio tallied top performances on the field and in the classroom (Gil Talbot).

GREENWOOD, Ind. – Putting in top performances on the field, as well as in the classroom, seniors Marie Becker and Dani Stollar and junior Leah Mohammadi were named CoSIDA Academic All-District award recipients on Thursday. Harvard was the only program in its region to garner three recipients.

A key defender and leader along the back line, Becker earns the honor for the second-straight year. Becker appeared in nine games at centerback, helping Harvard to six shutouts on the season. A senior captain, Becker and the class of 2018 tallied a remarkable 30 shutouts over their Crimson careers.

Stollar, who was named an All-Ivy second team selection earlier this week, garners the Academic All-District honors for the first time in her career. She scored two goals and dished one assist from central midfield this season, while also seeing time at defense. Stollar joined a select group of players to earn All-Ivy recognition all four years.

Mohammadi also earns the award for the second-consecutive season, as the midfielder co-led the team with four goals to go with four assists this season. A tremendous set piece taker, Mohammadi was among the leaders in the Ivy League with three game-winning goals this season.

Harvard women's soccer finished with an 8-8-1 mark in 2017, garnering its 11th-straight season with a .500 or better record.