York College junior goalkeeper Melanie Glessner has been selected as a National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-South Atlantic Region pick.
Glessner earned third-team honors and was one of four Capital Athletic Conference players to earn the honors.
Glessner was the CAC's first-team All-CAC goalie. The junior notched a 0.64 goals against average and a .864 save percentage. She recorded 70 saves on 193 shots faced. Glessner went 11-4-3 with five full shutouts in her 20 games this year.
Glessner made four stops in the CAC Tournament championship game penalty shootout win at Christopher Newport. Glessner's efforts lifted York to the PK win, helping the Spartans earn their second women's soccer tournament crown.
In the NCAA Division III Tournament, Glessner shut out Carnegie Mellon in the opening round and took No. 6 Johns Hopkins into double overtime until a Blue Jay goal ended the Spartan season at 13-5-3.
For her career, Glessner owns a 0.54 goals against average with a save percentage of .893. Glessner has 20 career shutouts and has been a part of six other clean sheets. She has played 3,523 career minutes in 43 games and accumulated 175 saves. Glessner owns a career record of 21-7-10. She was the 2012 NCAA Division III leader in save percentage while she finished second in the nation in goals against average.