Calamari and McKinney pull in D3soccer.com All-American honors

Mia Calamari and Jenna McKinney
Mia Calamari and Jenna McKinney

D3soccer.com All-Americans

CHICAGO – University of Chicago women's soccer players Mia Calamari and Jenna McKinney added to their awards haul by gaining 2016 All-American status from D3soccer.com on Tuesday.

The Maroon duo was previously picked as All-Americans by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and HERO Sports. UChicago finished the 2016 season by tying the school record for wins with an 18-4-1 ledger, while also making its fourth appearance in the NCAA Final Four.

Calamari was picked to the D3soccer.com First Team and also received Midfielder of the Year accolades. The junior midfielder scored a career-high eight goals and dished out a team-best 12 assists. She is UChicago's leader in career assists with 40.

McKinney was also a First Team pick as a midfielder. The sophomore paced the team in scoring with 14 goals and also contributed eight assists. Her 36 points rank fourth in the school's record books for a single season.

The two midfielders led a Maroon offense that averaged 2.7 goals per game. The 2016 UChicago squad posted the second-most goals (63) and assists (53) in program history.