AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -- Mount Union took home four special awards and had nine student-athletes named to the All-Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse teams selected by the conference's head coaches.
Emily Fisher was named OAC Coach of the Year, senior Ashley Bernardi (Medina) was named Offensive Player of the Year and juniors Danielle Rohrman (Olney, Md. / Sherwood) and Mimi Curtis (Lancaster, Pa. / Manheim Township) were named Midfielder of the Year and Goalkeeper of the Year respectively.
Fisher, who wins the conference coaching honor for a third time, led the Purple Raiders to a sweep of conference regular season and tournament titles for a sixth straight season. The only head coach in the seven-year history of the program, she has an overall record of 112-15 with a 39-2 mark in conference games.
Bernardi led the team and conference with 51 assists and 115 points while being second in goals with 64. It is the third straight season she has earned All-OAC honors as a first teamer in 2018 and 2019 while being on the second team in 2017.
Rohrman had a team and conference-best 78 goals, her 110 points is second to Bernardi in the OAC and she has been an All-OAC first team selection for each of the last three seasons along with being the conference Rookie of the Year in 2017.
The duo are the first players in Mount Union history to earn OAC Offensive and Midfielder of the Year awards.
Curtis is a repeat winner of the OAC Goalkeeper of the Year award and on the All-OAC first team. She topped the conference and is among national leaders with a 6.15 goals against average and a 57.1 save percentage.
Three were named to the All-OAC second team in sophomore attack Sydney Bumbarger (Newbury Park, Calif.), junior midfielder Kenzie Pensyl (Kent / Roosevelt) and sophomore defender Brenna Duke (Hollywood, Md. / Leonardtown) while defender Brisa Seibert (Spring Brook, N.Y. / Iroquois) was an honorable mention selection.
Mount Union (17-1) will make its sixth straight NCAA Tournament appearance this weekend hosting a first round game between No. 10 Catholic (D.C.) and Albion (Mich.) Saturday at 1 p.m. then hosting the winner in a second round game Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mount Union Stadium.