TOWSON, Md. - Five members of the Catholic University women's soccer team earned All-Landmark Conference selections, announced by the league office Wednesday afternoon. Seniors Grace Boras and Mackenzie Earley and junior Maggie Moorcones were named to the All-Landmark First Team while sophomore Taylor Porcello and junior Halle Green earned Second Team honors.
Boras earned First Team honors after scoring four goals and adding one assist as a forward for the Cardinals. After making the Second Team in 2018, the wing forward burned defenders with her speed all season long once again to help the Cards reach the Landmark tournament. The Ashburn, Va. native played in all 19 matches, took 24 shots, and scored the game-winner against DeSales in a 3-1 victory.
Earley made it two years running with All-Landmark First Team honors after leading Catholic's backline as a central defender. With 17 starts for the team, she was involved in eight shutout performances this season. The Northport, N.Y. native scored her first career goal with a game-winning strike against Landmark foe Drew in a 4-0 victory.
Moorcones led Catholic with five goals this season to earn All-Landmark First Team accolades. The midfielder has scored at least five goals in each of her three seasons for the Cardinals. After a 2018 Second Team award, Moorcones continued making contributions on offense, leading the team with 52 shots and adding two game-winning tallies, including the winner in a 4-3 victory in the season opener against York (Pa.). The Sterling, Va. native played in all 19 games and helped control possession in the midfield for the Cards.
Porcello earned her first all-conference honor with a Second Team appearance after starting all 19 matches as a defender for Catholic. She played an important part in all nine of the team's clean sheet performances. The Emerson, N.J. added four shots, two on target.
Green also received her first-all conference honor with a 2019 Second Team award after helping the Cardinals on both sides of the field as a midfielder. The Greensburg, Pa. made 18 starts and took 23 shots, eleven on target.