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Mason picks up ECAC honors for her play in 2014

Mason picks up ECAC honors for her play in 2014

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Danbury, CT – Sophomore women's soccer player Savannah Mason (Wynantskill, NY/Averill Park) was named to the 2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Metro Women's Soccer All-Star Second Team for her play this past fall as a member of the record-setting Gator program.

Also a Skyline Conference First-Team honoree this season, Mason led the way with her team-best 34 points. She had 15 goals with four assists and connected for four game-winning goals. In the final NCAA stats release, she was ranked in five different categories.  She was No. 72 in goals, No. 78 in goals per game (0.75), No. 85 in total points, No. 93 in game-winning goals, and No. 99 in points per game.

Rookie head coach Andrew Gamarra was named the Skyline Women's Soccer Coach of the Year and had three players honored with Skyline honors and one with ECAC honors. Gamarra led his Gators to the best finish in the Sage women's soccer history.  Sage garnered the No. 3 seed in the 2014 Eastern College Athletic Conference Metro Division III Women's Soccer Tournament. The Gators topped the Dolphins of the College of Staten Island, 3-2 in overtime in the ECAC's. The victory represents the Gators' first win in ECAC Tournament play and a school-record 12th win on the season. The Gators advanced in the ECACs to the semifinals and faced Rutgers-Newark, before the record-setting season came to an end. The 12-win campaign for Gamarra and his Gators also surpasses the previous mark for most wins in a season, a feat achieved in 2003, when then Russell Sage College went 11-6-2. For the 2014 campaign, Sage went 12-6-2.