Coaches recognize Sabatino’s achievements on and off field
CHESTERTOWN — Arianna Sabatino has added another post-season honor to her extensive all-star résumé, earning a spot on the United Soccer Coaches Division III Scholar All-South Region’s elite first team.
A biology major, she has a cumulative grade point average of 3.95 on a 4.0 scale.
Sabatino also landed on the Mid-Atlantic Region third team of the United Soccer Coaches Division III All-Region teams, the first Washington women’s soccer player to earn all-region recognition.
She is one of the most decorated soccer players in the Centennial Conference this fall — as the conference’s Scholar Athlete of the Year for women’s soccer, a threetime Academic All-Centennial qualifier and a secondteam all-star in voting by the conference’s head coaches.
Sabatino, who repeats on the second team, is the first Washington women’s soccer player to earn All-Centennial recognition three times.
Washington (8-6-1) finished above .500 for the first time in the 21-year history of the program.
Sabatino (7-3-17) led the Shore ladies in goals and was second in points.
She finishes her Washington career tied with her twin sister Olivia for the program record in goals (20) and second in points (48). Olivia Sabatino holds the school record of 57 career points.