WOMEN’S SOCCER VOTE: The Assist – Who is D3’s Best?

We’ve sorted through the names on the top of the stat-sheet for the D3 Women’s Soccer Assist category and there are some impressive numbers being put up. We’ve assembled a list of those who have been the best at finding the open shooter, so take a look for yourself and make your pick for who is the “Best at the Assist” this season in D3 Women’s Soccer.

Voting will close at 7pm, 10/27.

(stats are for games played through 10/19 per the NCAA website)


Emily Berzolla, MF – MIT/So.

MIT’s Emily Berzolla (David Silverman/MIT Athletics photo)

13 assts (T4th)
.81 assts/gm (11th)

Sophomore midfielder Emily Berzolla tops the MIT stat sheet with 21 points thanks to her 13 assists and four goals. The Engineers sit atop the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference with a perfect 7-0-0 league record and 15-1 overall mark.


Deserae Sequeira, F – St. Joseph’s (Brkln)/Fr.

St. Joseph’s Brooklyn forward Deserea Sequeria (St. Joseph’s Brooklyn Athletics photo)

.85 assts/gm (T8th)
11 assts (T9th)

St. Joseph’s Brooklyn’s freshman Deserea Sequeria not only leads the Skyline Conference in Assists with 11, but is top in all six other offensive categories as well. Sequeria has 21 goals to go along with her 11 assists and her 53 points ranks in a tie for 3rd in the nation, while her 4.08 points/game is tops in all of D3.


Breanna Thomas, F – Greenville/So.

Greenville’s Breanna Thomas (Greenville Athletics photo)

15 total assts. (1st)
.94 assts/gm (3rd)

Greenville’s Breanna Thomas has seven goals to go along with her D3 leading 15 assists, including 23 shots on goal.


Megan Mackie, MF – Bay Path/Jr.

Bay Path’s Megan Mackie (Bay Path Athletics photo)

1.00 asst./gm (T1st)
11 assts (T9th)

Junior midfielder Megan Mackie has put 12 shots on goal, converting three to go along with her 11 assists. Her 1.00 assists/game ranks second in D3.


Josey Meyer, Hardin-Simmons/Jr.

Hardin-Simmons Josey Meyer (HSU Athletics photo)

1.00 assists/gm (T1st)
14 total assists (T2nd)

Hardin-Simmons junior midfielder Josey Meyer has been the primary provider of helpers for the Cowgirls this season with 14 assists. Her lone goal so far this season was credited as the game-winner against Concordia (TX).


Rachel Medlar, MF – DeSales/Fr.

DeSales midfielder Rachel Medlar (DeSales Athletics photo)

13 assts (T4th)
.93 asst/gm (T5th)

With four goals to go along with her 13 assists, DeSales freshman midfielder Rachel Medlar’s 21 points ranks second on the Bulldogs stat-sheet.


Colleen Markey, MF – Trinity (TX)/Sr.

Trinty (TX) midfielder Colleen Markey (Trinity Athleltics photo)

13 asst (T4th)
.93 asst/gm (T5th)

With 23 shots on goal, Trinity (TX) midfielder Colleen Markey has converted on six to accompany her 13 assists to total 25 points for the Tigers.


Renae Moken, MF – Marywood/Sr.

Marywood’s Renae Moken (Marywood Athletics/Carey Action Photography photo)

13 assts (T4th)
.93 assts/gm (T5th)

With 33 points senior Renae Moken leads the Marywood offense with 10 goals with her 13 assists. Moken racked up 12 points on four goals and four assists during September, including a hat trick in a win over Clarks Summit earning her Colonial States Athletic Conference player of the week honors.


Jessica Spezzano, F – St. Joseph (CT)/Sr.

St. Joseph (CT) forward Jessica Spezzano (St. Joseph’s (CT) Athletics photo)

.85 assts/gm (T7th)
11 assts (T9th)

Senior Jessica Spzzano leads the St. Joseph offense with 33 points thanks to her 11 goals and 11 assists. In early season action, Spezzano posted a five-point game in a 3-0 victory over Regis (Mass.) earning her the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Corvias Women’s Soccer Player of the Week honor.


Mia Calamari, F – UChicago/Sr.

University of Chicago All-American Mid-Fielder Mia Calamari (photo courtesy UChicago Athletics)

14 assts (T2nd)
.93 assts/gm (4th

UChicago’s All-American midfielder Mia Calamari has four goals, including two game winners to counter her 14 assists on the season. Calamari was named the University Athletic Association Offensive Athlete of the Week after tallying an assist against Carnegie Mellon, then scoring the game-winning goal versus Case Western Reserve with a 32-yard strike inside the right post. The senior currently leads the UAA with 11 assists.


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