HADLEY, MASS, -- Junior forward Meghan Halloran is being honored by the NESCAC coaches for the fourth time in her career, while sophomore Delaney Szlezyngier collected her first conference recognition. Previously Halloran was named to the 2018 Second Team, named the 2019 Player of the Year and to the First Team, and this season she repeated as a First Team selection.
This winter Halloran played in all led the Ephs in goals (14) and points (25( having registered 11 assists. Five of her goals this season came on the power play.
Through her first three seasons Halloran has played in 78 games, scored 46 goals and assisted on 44 goals, for a total of 90 career points.
"It is great to see Meghan Halloran honored again this year as a top three forward in our league," stated Eph head coach Meghan Gillis. "She plays extremely well at both ends of the ice and in all situations for us. She leads by example with her work ethic and drive to improve and that effort has been rewarded with her being All-NESCAC all three years of her career."
Sophomore defenseman Delaney Szlezyngier also played in all 25 games this season. Two of her five goals this winter came on power plays and she also contributed five assists for 10 points on the year.
In her two seasons with the Ephs Szlezyngier has played in 54 games, scoring six goals and assisting on 13 more for 19 career points.
"I am delighted that the other coaches in the league recognized Delaney this season," stated Gillis. "I feel as though she really started to hit her stride towards the end of the season last year and that carried over into this season. She is relied upon in all situations and is a key component of a strong defensive core."