BRIDGEPORT, Pa. – Marta Considine represented Bucknell on the Collegiate Water Polo Association All-Conference Second Team, the league office announced Thursday morning.

Considine earned her first All-CWPA accolades after helping the Bison (13-17, 3-5 CWPA) lock up the fifth seed in the CWPA Championship, set for Friday through Sunday at Kinney Natatorium.

A versatile member of Bucknell's starting lineup for the past two seasons, Considine filled the stat sheet with 42 points (29g-13a), 31 ejections drawn and 38 steals through the regular season. Among Bison, she ranks first in steals, second in ejections drawn, tied for third in assists and fourth in points.

Considine enters the postseason with 163 career points on 110 goals and 53 assists. The second member of her class to reach the 100-goal plateau, 77 of her tallies came over the past two campaigns.

Considine and the Bison face fourth-seeded Indiana to open CWPA Championship action on Friday at 4:30 p.m.

2018 CWPA Major Awards
Most Valuable Player: Zsofia Polak, Hartwick
Rookie of the Year: Marissa Webb, Princeton University
Coach of the Year: Becca Dorst, Princeton University

CWPA All-Conference Teams

First Team
Jessica Gaudreault (Goalie), Indiana
Sarah Myers, Indiana
Zsofia Polak, Hartwick
Lena Kotanchyan, Hartwick
Maddy Steere, Michigan
Julia Sellers, Michigan
Haley Wan, Princeton

Second Team
Marissa Webb (Goalie), Princeton
Lindsey Kelleher, Princeton
Chelsea Johnson, Princeton
Marta Considine, Bucknell
Alana Ponce, George Washington
Kristen Hong, Harvard
Kelly Matthews, Indiana