For the second time in her college career, St. Thomas Women's Soccer standout Mallory DeBoom has received Division III All-America honors.
DeBoom was among 49 players recognized on this year's three All-America teams as selected by the United Soccer Coaches. She made second team in 2018 after receiving the same elite award in 2016.
DeBoom (Edina, Minn.), who has a 3.64 gpa while majoring in Exercise Science, was named MIAC Offensive Player of the Year for the second time in her career and All-Region for the third time. She contributed 16 goals and nine assists for 41 points over 22 games.
DeBoom closed her four-year run with 111 points (44 goals) to move into No. 2 on the program's career scoring list. St. Thomas finished 47-0-4 in games on her career when she scored a point, and she recorded 19 game-winning goals.
The senior also became the Tommies' first four-time first-team All-MIAC honoree. She played in 82 contests over her four seasons, including starting the last 69 consecutive games.
This marks the eighth All-America honor in the last 22 seasons for St. Thomas Women's Soccer.