Campo and Scollard Selected to Play in NEWISA Senior Bowl

The Senior Bowl is set to occur on Saturday, December 1 at noon at Merrimack College



EASTON, Mass. (November 20, 2018) – Seniors Courtney Campo and Emily Scollard of the Stonehill College women's soccer team were selected to play in the NEWISA Senior Bowl to represent Division II. The game will take place on Saturday, December 1 at noon at Merrimack College.

Both seniors have seen two Northeast-10 Conference post seasons and two NCAA Tournament bids in their four years of playing in the Purple & White.

Campo earned her second All-Conference honor in her career, as she was named to the second team this season. The midfielder registered two goals and seven assists, tying her career best points from last season.

Campo earned her third All-Conference nod this season

Campo was tabbed on the NEWISA All-New England second team her junior year and the NE10 All-Conference third team her sophomore year. The senior has also been named to the NE10 Commissioner's and Athletic Director's Honor Roll and received the Division II ADA Academic Achievement Award her sophomore year. Over her career, Campo has appeared in 77 games, starting in 64 of them totaling 19 points with six goals and seven assists and three game-winning goals.

A 2015 graduate of North Quincy High School, Campo was a three-time Patriot League All-Star, earning Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic honors as a junior and senior and Eastern All-Star recognition as a senior.

Scollard has been a key part of the Skyhawk's defensive unit all four years of her collegiate career. This season the senior recorded one assist in a 2-1 victory over Southern Connecticut State University back in early October. As one of the key defenders for the Skyhawks, Scollard helped the team with eight shutouts this season, the most since 2016 when they tallied 10, which ranks tied for fifth all-time. 26

Scollard assisted the Skyhawks to 26 shutouts in her four years as a defender

In her four years, Scollard has played in 77 of the 73 games started and was extremely impactful as there was a total of 26 shutouts over her career. She combined for six assists, with a career high three helpers her sophomore year. The Lynnfield, Massachusetts native has been named to the NE10 Commissioner's Honor Roll, Athletic Director's Honor Roll, received the Division II ADA Academic Achievement Award her sophomore year and the St. Thomas Aquinas Medal, patron saint of students, for having the highest cumulative grade point average on the team.

A 2015 graduate of Lynnfield High School, Scollard was a four-year letter winner and two-year captain for the soccer team. She earned Eastern Massachusetts All-Star and All-Cape Ann League honors as a junior. As a senior, she was named Cape Ann League Player of the year, in addition to Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Boston Herald All-Scholastic. She was also named Eastern Massachusetts All-Star, earned All-State honors, and was the Team MVP.

Stonehill finished third in NE10 Conference play with a 10-4 record, while concluding post season play with a 13-7 overall record. This mark was the best since 2016 when the squad went 15-6-1. This season the Skyhawks saw their second NCAA Tournament bid with their eight shutouts and longest win streak (seven-straight) since the 1999 season when the team won 13-straight, as their first came in 2016 after posting 10 shutouts and won the program's third NE10 Championship.  

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