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EFC Soccer History


The Lady Harvesters ended their season with an overall record of 3-13-2 and a conference record of 1-10-1. The Lady Harvesters improved their record from the year before with a 1-15-0 record. Jennifer Hankins led the team in scoring with 4 goals for the season. Taylor Jones, Linly Saekhow, and Samantha Velasco all had 2 goals for the season. Brittany Robinson received first team all conference honors.

Conference Awards:
First Team All Conference: Brittany Robinson (Goal keeper)
Honorable Mentions: Linly Saekhow and Jessica Velasquez

Team Awards:
MVP: Jessica Velasquez
DEFENSIVE MVP: Brittany Robinson
OFFENSIVE MVP: Samantha Velasco
MOST IMPROVED: Emigdia Gaona

Academic Awards:
Commissioner’s Award: Emigdia Gaona (Fall 2009)


Coached by Amy Miller-
Rrcord: (1-14-0) — 0-10 in conference
Last place finish

Jessica Grayson: 1st team All Conference and Academic All American (Fall 2008)
Jocelyn Wey: Academic All American (Fall 2008/ Spring 2009)
Diana Garcia: Conference Honorable Mention and Academic All American (Fall 2008)
Valentina Nunez: Academic Award (Fall 2008)

2007-08Season not played
2006-07Coached by Amy Koenig-Cloutier 2-11 record
This was a club team not NJCAA team
2005-06Coached by Tyler Powell 6-5 record/ 5-3 conference
2nd place conference finish

Coached by Randy Farmer 11-5-1 season record/ 7-3 Conference
-Assisted by Reynaldo Lopez & Amanda Ellis
2nd place conference finish
-Almeria Bautista Def. was All Region Team  and 1st Team All Conference Player
-Alicia Moreno Mid. was All Region Team  and 1st Team All Conference Player
-Kristin Hurst Goal. 2nd  Team All Conference Player
-Kendra Robison Forw. 2nd  Team All Conference Player
-Cindy Rebollo Def. was 2nd Team All Conference Player


Coached by Randy Farmer 3-10 season record/ 3-9 Conference
-Assisted by Amanda Ellis
-Cindy Rebollo Def. was All Region Team and 1st Team All Conference Player

The last women's team coached by Amy Koenig Cloutier in 2006 finished 2-11 this was a club team that did not compete in the NJCAA.  After not having a team in 2007, Miller will be starting an entirely new program.