Hazleton, Pa. - Junior Linsey Fisk (Millville, Pa.) and senior Bryce Dalpiaz (Liverpool, Pa.) were named to the PSUAC's All-Conference teams for men's and women's soccer in recognition of their outstanding goalkeeping this season. Both players were tested regularly throughout the season and in both cases, the Hazleton netminders stood out as some of the top players in the conference.
Playing in her first season and the first season of women's soccer since the fall of 2019, Linsey Fisk excelled in the net and kept the Lions in nearly every game this season, earning a selection as a 2nd Team All-Conference goalkeeper. Fisk made 96 stops as the Hazleton keeper, the third most saves in the PSUAC and toted a .787 save percentage which ranked as the second highest amongst all goalkeepers. On the men's side, Bryce Dalpiaz earned his second selection in as many years to the PSAUC's All-Conference squad as a 2nd Team All-Conference goalkeeper. Dalpiaz led the PSUAC and USCAA DII in saves, totaling 219 stops in 11 games this season and toting a top five save percentage at .755 in 2022-23.