STANFORD, Calif. - No. 19 Stanford was recognized with seven total selections among the 2021 America East all-conference awards, highlighted by Corinne Zanolli being named Offensive Player of the Year for the third straight season.
Zanolli, who leads the conference in goals (14), points (32) and shots (72), was a clear choice for her third America East Offensive Player of the Year honor. The most prolific goal scorer in school history, Zanolli has produced 88 goals and 10 hat tricks through 74 career games. In addition to earning a spot on the all-conference first team, Zanolli was named to the 10-member All-Academic Team.
Joining Zanolli on the all-conference first team was Sarah Johnson, a two-time selection who has totaled two goals, three assists, seven points and 11 shots this season.
Megan Frost continued her development after a strong freshman season, earning a spot on the all-conference second team while dishing out three assists in 2021.
Caroline Guden was tabbed to the All-Rookie Team, scoring a pair of goals while playing in every game this season.
Isabelle Pilson, who maintains a 4.11 GPA as an environmental systems engineering major, also booked a spot on the All-Academic Team.
No. 19 Stanford (8-2, 6-2 America East) opens play as the No. 3 seed in this weekend's America East Championship, hosted by Monmouth. Stanford will face Maine (7-3, 7-1 America East) in Thursday's semifinals. The Black Bears handed the Cardinal its first loss of the season last week, a 3-2 setback with the game-winner coming with less than two minutes remaining.
Stanford has won three of the last four America East crowns, including the 2019 title when Johnson's game-winner in the final minute capped a 2-1 victory over host Monmouth. The Cardinal also won conference titles in 2016-17.