Sarah Hagen 2010
NSCAA First Team All-American M.A.C. Hermann Award Semifinalist TopDrawersSoccer.com Team of the Season HM
Hagen continued her historic career with a league-best 19 goals and 44 points. She ranked near the top of the nation in both categories yet again, while continuing her assault on the Milwaukee and Horizon league record books. During the season, she broke both school and league records and points in a career as just a junior. She repeated as League Player of the Year and was named Offensive Player of the Year, as well. The Panthers claimed an 11th-straight regular season league title and third-straight tournament crown. Hagen as named tourney MVP for the third time and led the Panthers into the NCAA Tournament.
Sarah Hagen 2009
TopDrawerSoccer.com Third Team All-American
Hagen followed up an outstanding freshman campaign with an equally impressive sophomore season. No longer able to sneak up on teams, she fought double teams and man-marking to tie her school record with 24 goals. She just missed her school record for points in a season, finishing one back with 53. During the season, she had three hat tricks, including two 4-goal games. Her second four-goal game came in the league title game, propelling the Panthers to the NCAA Tournament. She also broke her own school-record goal and point streaks, scoring goals in nine-straight contests and points in 12-straight.
Sarah Hagen 2008
Freshman Forward Soccer America First Team Freshman All-American Soccer Buzz First Team Freshman All-American
TopDrawerSoccer.com All-Rookie Team Soccer Buzz Fourth Team Freshman All-American
Hagen made a splash at UWM, scoring goals in each of her first seven collegiate games--a school record. She tied the record later in the season, as part of a school-record nine-game point streak. She went on to score a school and league-record 24 goals and tally a school-best 54 points. She was among the national leaders in both categories. In addition to being a consensus First Team Freshman All-American, she was a first-team all-league and all-region honoree. She was named the Horizon League Newcomer of the Year and League Tournament MVP after a three-goal, one-assist performance in the title game.
Sarah Teegarden 2008
NSCAA Third Team All-American
Soccer Buzz Third Team All-American
Teegarden capped her standout career as the first two-time All-American in school history. She anchored the midfield for a Panther team that finished the season 18-3-2, won a ninth-straight Horizon League regular season championship, the league tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. She was named to the All-League First Team for the fourth team and finished the year with 13 points on four goals and five assists. Behind her efforts, Milwaukee was ranked as high as No. 16 nationally and ended the campaign at No. 24.
Ginny Graczyk 2006
Junior Defender Soccer Buzz Third Team All-American
Graczyk had a decorated junior campaign, in which she played every minute of every game at central defender. Milwaukee set school records for wins (16), shutouts (16) and goals against average (0.44). All three of those figures are among the national leaders, while the team spent much of the season near or at the top of the nation in shutout percentage. Graczyk also earned All-Horizon League First Team honors for the third time in her career.
Erin Kane 2005
Freshman Goalkeeper Soccer America First Team Freshman All-American Soccer Buzz Third Team Freshman All-American
Kane posted one of the best seasons by a Panther keeper in team history as just a freshman. She set school records with 13 shutouts and a 0.58 goals against average. She finished 15th in the nation in GAA and established a league record for shutouts. Kane started 21 games in goal, played over 2000 minutes and was an all-league first team member and Horizon League Tournament MVP. She also posted a shutout streak of over 714 minutes, the 14th-longest streak in NCAA Division I history.
Teegarden became a mainstay in the Panther midfield, starting all 22 games. She tied for the team lead in goals and tied for third in points. She tallied five goals and an assist for 11 points on the year. Two of her goals came as game-winners, as she proved to be the offensive catalyst from the midfield for Milwaukee.
Becky Worman 1985
NAIA Second Team All-American
Worman scored 13 goals and added two assists for 28 points. She scored a school all-division record of six goals against Beloit Sept. 24 in a 15-0 Panther win. In its second season as a varsity sport UWM's women's soccer team finished 5-5-2 on the year.