Havas was named to the first team, while Dubeau was selected to the second team.
In addition, freshman Marissa Sarsfield was named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team.
Havas, who was named to the second team and a member of the all-newcomer team last year, led the Vikings in goals (7) and points (18) and tied for the team lead in assists with four. Her seven goals were fourth most in the Horizon League, while her 18 points were also fourth best in the league. Her 18 points this year were the third most in a season in program history.
In her two years at CSU, Havas is third in CSU history in goals (12), assists (9) and points (33).
Dubeau concluded her career at CSU with her first-ever selection to an all-league squad. A member of the Horizon League All-Newcomer team in 2010 as a freshman, Dubeau left her mark on the squad as one of the top defenders to come through the program.
This season, she anchored a CSU defense which tied the school record by allowing just 22 goals and posted five shutout, the second most in a season in CSU history.
She added two goals.
Sarafield had a stellar freshman season, helping solidify the CSU backline. She started 14 of the 15 matches she played in, helping the Viking defense allow a program record low 22 goals this season and posting five shutouts.
CSU finished the year with an 8-9-1 mark.