NH College Notebook: Three Penmen soccer players receive All-America honors
Omanga, the Northeast-10 Player of the Year and an NE-10 First Team selection as well as a Daktronics First Team All-America choice, finished the season ranked third nationally in goals with 21. Omanga tallied 10 game-winning goals on the season and scored at least one goal in 14 of SNHU's 24 games.
Kabala, Omanga, Samuel and Williams were First Team selections while Carneiro was selected to the Second Team.
Southern New Hampshire captured the second NCAA Division II national championship in the history of the program in 2013, finishing 22-1-1 overall and ending the season on a 23-game unbeaten streak.
New England College men's soccer forward Rob Lucas of Hooksett has been named to the NSCAA All-New England Region Second Team for his performance this past season.
He also earned North Atlantic Conference First Team All-Conference honors this season. Lucas started all 19 games for the Pilgrims and finished the season second on the team in scoring with 23 points, including eight goals and a conference-high seven assists.
Keene State College junior Caitlyn Shea of Salem helped lead her team to its eighth straight and Little East Women's Swimming & Diving Championship.
She won three individual titles, including breaking the 200 and 500-yard freestyle records.
Shea completed the 200 freestyle race in one minute, 57.22 seconds, while touching the wall at five minutes, 13.02 seconds in the 500 freestyle event. She also captured the 200 butterfly individual title with a time of two minutes, 13.49 seconds.
Salem State University junior Rachael Carter (Merrimack) is off to a solid start this season and returned to her home state Thursday, scoring a game-high 24 points to lead Salem State past Plymouth State University, 57-54. Carter finished with a double-double as she also grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds for the Vikings (4-5).
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