Worcester State’s Michaila Parent Named All-American by National Field Hockey Coaches Association

Worcester State’s Michaila Parent Named All-American by National Field Hockey Coaches Association

2017 NFHCA All-America Team

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Worcester State University junior forward Michaila Parent was among the student-athletes named to the 2017 National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) All-America Team, it was announced by the association Wednesday. She is the first NFHCA All-American in program history. 

The 2017 Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Year garnered third-team all-America honors from the NFHCA just one day after being named a second-team all-American by Synapse Sports.

Hailing from Westborough, Massachusetts, Parent led the LEC in total points (57) and assists (15) while finishing second in goals (21) for the 2017 LEC Regular Season Champion Lancers. She was named a first-team all-conference selection for the first time this season after earning second-team honors as a sophomore, and was also named a first-team NFHCA all-region pick for the first time in her collegiate career.