(Left) Former Black Ice Player
Julia D’Arrigo, 2016 ALL NEAC!
Julia followed up her 2015 All NEAC and Rookie of the Year honors by being
recognized by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) as not
only a force on the field, but in the classroom. In 2016, Julia was named to the
CoSIDA Academic All-District Team and was also named to the North Eastern
Athletic Conference South Division All-Conference 1st Team and currently has a
3.92 grade point average.
D'Arrigo, majoring in Business Administration, led the Chargers with a program-
record and NEAC-leading 51 hits this season and scored 48 runs, also the most in
the conference. She led the NEAC in doubles with 17 and her 95 total bases were
also the top mark in the conference. She drove in 36 runs and smashed five home
runs, both the second-best mark in the NEAC.
Julia also won seven games this season as a pitcher and in just two seasons in a
Lancaster Bible uniform, she has 95 hits and 75 runs scored.
(Left) Former Black Ice player
Sarah Calta named
2016 ALL BIG TEN Second Team
Sarah busted onto the Terps scene in her junior year, starting 43 games and batting
.331 from the plate (.408 in conference play). Sarah was the captain of the Terps
outfield and won the ICA Academic Achievement Award for highest GPA on the
for both your on and off field accomplishments!!!!
(Above) Former Black Ice player Allison Short, 2015 CAC Rookie of the Year,
had another impressive season (2016) in the circle for the Bobcats. Allison
totaled 10 wins, including an upset over No. 8 Christopher Newport. She
finished the year with a 2.75 ERA (6th in the conference). She also finished in
the top 5 in conference strikeouts averaging over 4 per game!