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Bel Air, Md. – Harford Community College sophomore forward Rachel Bohli has been selected as a 2018 NJCAA Div. I Women's Soccer All-American Honorable Mention, as announced by the NJCAA on Wednesday. The Baltimore native is the eighth Harford women's soccer player to earn a place on the All-American team over the last five years.

Bohli broke the Harford program record for most career goals during the Fighting Owls 2018 campaign, adding a team-leading 21 goals to the 28 she scored during her freshman year. The Perry Hall graduate also broke current Harford women's soccer assistant coach Erin Lynn's career point record she set back in 2010 as a player, tallying 109 points over the last two seasons to earn the top spot.

Bohli also earned first team All-Conference and All-Region accolades for the second year in a row.

The Fighting Owls claimed the 2018 Region XX Div. I Women's Soccer Championship this season, the team's fifth straight title. They finished the year at 14-3, with two of their losses coming against the eventual NJCAA Division I National Champion Monroe Mustangs.

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