Two seniors named to All-MAC Tournament Team


CMU Senior Taylor Potts is pass the ball during the game of CMU vs. Miami, on Sep 30, on CMU Soccer Lacrosse Complex.

Two Central Michigan senior soccer players, Taylor Potts and Kaylin Hoomaian, were selected to the Mid-American Conference All-Tournament Team on Tuesday.

Potts, who missed time during the regular season due to a knee injury, returned in time for the Chippewas' second game of the conference tournament. She scored CMU's only goal in the 3-1 loss against Kent State. Potts finished the season with three goals and one assist.

Hoomaian started in all 21 games for the Chippewas. She recorded just three shots during the season, but her defensive ability earned her All-Tournament Team honors. She was also on the Freshman All-MAC team in 2013 and has been an Academic All-MAC selection twice.

CMU finished the season with a 15-3-3 overall record. It's the best final record during head coach Peter McGahey's tenure. The 15 wins in one season is tied for third-most in program history.