NFHCA Recognizes Quartet of Bowdoin Players With All-Region Accolades

Kimmy Ganong appeared on the All-Region First Team for a second straight year
Kimmy Ganong appeared on the All-Region First Team for a second straight year

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The National Field Hockey Coaches Association has recognized four members of the Bowdoin field hockey team with All-Region honors.

Senior Kimmy Ganong (Brunswick, Maine) and junior Juliana Fiore (Westwood, Mass.) were named First Team All-Region. Senior Mettler Growney (New Canaan, Conn.) and sophomore Elizabeth Bennewitz (Westport, Conn.) both received Second Team All-Region selections.

Ganong was named First Team All-NESCAC and First Team All-Region in both her junior and senior campaigns. The senior captain tallied a 35-point season that ranked fifth in the conference. Ganong led the Polar Bears with 15 goals and tied Fiore for second on the team with five assists. Fiore earned her first All-Region selection after starting 14 games in the midfield for the Polar Bears.

Mettler Growney received All-Region recognition for the third straight year. Growney started all 16 games for the Polar Bears at center midfielder and dished out three assists while scoring six goals. Bennewitz made an immediate impact in her first year starting for the Polar Bears. The sophomore defender started every game for Bowdoin and led the team with 10 assists and added five goals.