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McCabe, McLaughlin and Fedosiewich Earn NEWMAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Honors

McCabe, McLaughlin and Fedosiewich Earn NEWMAC Women's Soccer All-Conference Honors

WESTWOOD, Mass.—Babson College senior Maggie McCabe (Weston, Mass.), sophomore Sydney McLaughlin (Sherborn, Mass.) and first-year Morgan Fedosiewich (Ottawa, Ontario) were all named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference second team on Wednesday afternoon.

McCabe wrapped up her career with her first all-conference honor after producing two goals and a career-high five assists for nine points in 20 starts. She finished second on the team in scoring, put away one game-winning goal, and set up another game-winning marker.

A starter in 61 of her 72 games for the Beavers, McCabe scored 11 times and recorded 15 assists for 37 points over her four-year career. She leaves Babson tied for 10th place all-time in assists.

After seeing action in just six matches as a rookie in 2018, McLaughlin had a breakout season on the way to earning the first all-conference award of her career. She led the Green and White with five goals and 11 points during league play, which included two-goal performances against Coast Guard and Smith. The speedy forward also tied for team-high honors with a pair of game-winning markers.

Fedosiewich became just the program's seventh first-year player and the first rookie goalkeeper to earn an all-conference nod going back to 1998 this fall. She posted a 1.34 goals against average and a .840 save percentage to go along with six solo shutouts in over 1,800 minutes of action. She ranked first among NEWMAC goalkeepers in saves (142), was third in save percentage and tied for third in shutouts. Fedosiewich's save total also ranks ninth on the program's single-season list and were the most by a Babson goalkeeper since 2000.

The Beavers ended the year with an overall record of 9-9-2 after making their sixth NEWMAC Tournament semifinal appearance in the last eight seasons.