CHICAGO – The University of Chicago soccer teams combined to place four players on the 2017 United Soccer Coaches All-Americans list.
With three selections on the list, UChicago women's soccer has now collected 17 All-American awards since 1996.
Mia Calamari wrapped up her decorated career with her third All-American award. She was a First Team pick after achieving Third Team honors the previous two years. The senior midfielder tallied six goals, 18 assists and 30 points. Her 18 assists were the second-most in all of NCAA Division III. Over four years, Calamari scored 16 goals while ranking as the school's all-time leader with 58 assists. Her 90 career points rank third in the school record books.
Jenna McKinney garnered First Team All-American status for the second-straight season. The junior midfielder led the team in scoring with 15 goals, six assists and 36 points. The 2017 University Athletic Association (UAA) MVP has three-year scoring totals of 33 goals, 19 assists and 85 points – ranking fourth in career points.
Defender Mackenzie Peebles was a Third Team All-American. In 18 games, she dished out five assists. The sophomore was a starter on the best defense in school history – the Maroons set new records with seven goals allowed and 18 shutouts this season.
The men were represented by forward Max Lopez on the First Team for the second year in-a-row. He became the first two-time All-American in Maroon men's soccer history. The junior scored 19 goals to go with four assists for a total of 42 points. Lopez tied for eighth in NCAA Division III this year in goals scored with the second-most in program history. Through three season, the 2017 UAA MVP has amassed 38 goals and 19 assists. His 95 points rank third in the school records.