Fournier, Wyckoff Named ACWPC All-Americans
June 25, 2012
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Sophomore Shae Fournier and senior Cassie Wyckoff of the Indiana women's water polo team have been recognized for their outstanding performance during the 2012 campaign as each were named All-Americans, announced by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC).
Fournier was selected to the All-American Third Team, while Wyckoff earned her second consecutive All-American Honorable Mention status.
Fournier, a rising junior, put together one of the most productive seasons in program history en route to her first All-American honor. Fournier shattered the IU single-season scoring record with 95 goals, which was also tops in the CWPA. She also racked up team highs of 86 steals and 95 field blocks, to go along with 41 assists and 51 earned exclusions.
In 2012, Fournier posted 29 multi-goal performances, including 10 games with at least four scores. The Winnipeg, Manitoba native will enter her junior season in seventh on the Hoosier career scoring list with 156 goals.
Wyckoff was once again the backbone to a stellar Indiana defensive unit during her senior campaign. The Los Altos, Calif. native broke her own single-season school saves record with 356 stops in 2012, including 23 double-digit save performances. She recorded a 10.88 saves per game average and a 6.48 goals against average.
Wyckoff finished as the school's all-time leader in saves with 1,108 stops during her standout Hoosier career.
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