HERMISTON — Hermiston goalkeeper Lindsey Pasena-Littlesky was named to the Mid-Columbia Conference first team by a vote of the coaches.

It’s the third time Pasena-Littlesky has earned first-team all-conference honors. She was a two-time Goalie of the Year in the Intermountain Conference when she played at Pendleton.

Pasena-Littlesky transferred to Hermiston during the summer. She allowed an average of .80 goals per game.

“It was a lot of fun,” she said of the season. “I got a lot of support from the Pendleton girls and Hermiston girls. It was a great time for me to have the opportunity to play for Hermiston.”

Richland’s Hayden Crowly was named the MCC Player of the year, while Justin Almquist of Richland was named Coach of the Year.

Pasena-Littlesky, who would like to pursue a degree in tribal law or business after graduation, also would like to continue to play soccer in college.

“I haven’t had any contact,” she said. “I’m hoping to reach out to schools. I want to go to Ivy League school for academics, but I still want to play.”

Hermiston forward Jizelle Gonzalez, and midfielder Sydney Seavert were named to the second team.

Gonzalez finished the season with five goals and two assists, while Seavert had three goals and eight assists.

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