By: Abbey Lipcsik
CLEVELAND, Ohio – For the third time in her career at Hiram College, senior Allie Glatt has been named an All-North Coast Athletic Conference honoree, announced the conference office on Thursday afternoon.
Glatt, who was selected as a Second-Team honoree, earned her third conference laurel. She also earned Second-Team honors during her junior season and a Honorable Mention selection as a sophomore.
Throughout the year, Glatt led the Terriers with four goals and four assists for a team-high 12 points. She produced one multi-goal game of the year on September 1 when Hiram opened their season against Thiel (Pa.).
Glatt has made her mark among the all-time Terrier greats, finishing her four-year stint second on the all-time scoring list in career points with 77. Her 30 career goals also rank second on the Terrier all-time list, while her 17 helpers are also a program record. Glatt has produced double-digit scoring efforts in all four seasons, and has tallied five multi-goal games and nine game-winning goals.
In her third year as a Terrier, Glatt proved to be one of the biggest offensive threats for Hiram. She scored 12 goals on 54 shots and averaged a .500 shot on goal percentage. Glatt also scored three game-winning goals. She tied the record for number of assists in a season (7) and was one goal shy of breaking the records for number of goals scored in a season (13).
Overall, Glatt started all 68 of the matches during the past four seasons. The midfielder is the fourth Terrier in school history to earn three All-NCAC selections, joining Claire Conner, Jenny Williams and Megan Crum.