Courtesy: CMU Athletic Communications
Outcalt, Cooksey, Labrecque, Hoomaian and Maher Receive MAC Honors

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. - Senior defender Estee Outcalt, junior midfielder Emily Cooksey, junior goalkeeper Grace Labrecque, freshman defender Kaylin Hoomaian and freshman forward Samantha Maher were honored with 2013 All-MAC accolades, the conference office announced on Friday.

Estee Outcalt was named All-MAC First Team for the first time in her career. Outcalt helped anchor a defense which ranked second in the MAC only allowing eight goals in conference play. She started every single game this season posting a team high three assists with a perfect shot on goal percentage. 

Kaylin Hoomaian was also awarded for her defensive contributions this season for the Chippewas. The freshman from Novi was named to the MAC All-Freshman team after starting every game for CMU this season. Hoomaian played a key role in the Chippewas .70 goals against average in conference play, which ranked second among the MAC. 

Samantha Maher received MAC All-Freshman Team as well after supplying Central Michigan with consistent quality offensive opportunities throughout the season. Maher started every game this season and recorded her first colligiate point in a game-winning penalty kick goal during a 1-0 win over Toledo on October 11. The freshman from Caledonia was awarded an assist on Nicole Samuel's game-winning double overtime goal on Senior Day against Ball State on October 27. 

Emily Cooksey was also honored for her offensive contributions this season, receiving All-MAC Second Team recognition. Cooksey started every game for the Chippewas this season recording a team-high 38 shots and 19 shots on goal. She tallied three goals this season, which is tied for second among Chippewa players this season. The junior from Jacksonville, Fla. recorded the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win at Ohio on September 29. 

Grace Labrecque was awarded All-MAC Second Team honors after making her mark in the CMU program history record books this season. Labrecque now ranks fifth all-time in shutouts in a season with eight. She concluded her career ranking fourth all-time in program history with 11 career shutouts. The Battle Creek native recorded six shutouts in seven games to end the regular season. Among the Great Lakes Division I region, Labrecque ranks sixth in save percentage (.847), ninth in goals against average (.891) and 10th in saves per game (4.8).