PLYMOUTH, N.H. - One of the leading scorers in Plymouth State College women's soccer history will put a cap on an outstanding career this Saturday when she plays in the New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association Division III Senior All-Star game.
Senior Carrie Poulin (Westfield, Mass.) was selected to participate in the game, to be held this Saturday (Dec. 1) at 12:30 p.m. at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
This will be the final game for Poulin in what has been an outstanding career in a Panther uniform. She scored 10 goals and added four assists this season to share the team scoring lead and rank seventh overall in the Little East Conference.
Poulin, who earned All-America honors in 1997 after scoring a PSC-record 22 goals, is a three-time All-Little East Conference selection and a two-time All-New England pick. She finished her 60-game career with 49 goals, nine assists and 107 points, which ranks second on the all-time PSC list for goals and third in points.
Plymouth State finished with a disappointing 7-10-0 overall record in 2001.