JHU's Kronick, Weil receive conference's highest honors

Sophomore named player of the year after leading league with 22 goals, 7 assists; coach recognized for guiding Blue Jays to 15-4-1 mark

Johns Hopkins sophomore Hannah Kronick and coach Leo Weil were honored by the Centennial Conference on Tuesday as the league's women's soccer player and coach of the year, respectively.

Kronick is the third Blue Jay to garner player of the year recognition in the past four years. She led the league in goals (22) and assists (7).

JHU senior Taylor Schulte joined Kronick on the first team, and Kelly Baker, Christina Convey and Amanda Yaccarino were second-team selections.

Johns Hopkins (15-4-1) opens NCAA tournament play on Saturday at Homewood Field against Lancaster Bible at 5 p.m.

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