Comments for: Bangor’s MacLean, Falmouth’s White gain All-America soccer honors

Posted Dec. 04, 2012, at 5:29 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 04, 2012, at 9:25 p.m.

BANGOR | Bangor High School had never fielded an All-America girls soccer player until last year. Now the Rams have two in a row. Grace MacLean, a senior forward for the reigning Eastern Maine Class A champions, has earned All-America status from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, …

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  • nostrajimus

    all-america in a small state like Maine means D3. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news

    • Lance Lajoie

      clearly not since Ashley Robinson went D-1

  • Anonymous

    Huh? AW, in her second year at Providence started all games this season.

  • Ryan McLaughlin

    MacLean is clearly good enough to play at the Division I level if she chooses to do so. Congrats to her and Bangor on another great season.

  • Anonymous

    Usually means D3, as in the majority of Maine All-Americans. There’s so many of them it’s rediculous. For some reason every state is allowed to have All-Americans no matter what.

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