In addition, freshman Katie Bainbridge was selected to the all-newcomer team.
It is the first time the trio has earned postseason all-league honors.
Wood had another strong season in goal for the Vikings, ranking fourth in the league in saves (69) and goals against average (0.96) and having in hand in seven shutouts this year, tying the program record for most in a season. Wood, who has played just under 1,600 minutes in goal this year, posted a save percentage of .802 and had a streak of almost 400 straight minutes without allowing a goal late in the season.
Sargema, who missed the first seven matches of the year with a foot injury, came on strong upon her return, finishing the year with four goals and eight points as a key substitute off the bench. Her biggest goal of the season came in a 1-0 overtime win over Wright State on Oct. 8 when she netted the game-winner four minutes into the extra session.
Bainbridge has played well in her first season at CSU, appearing in all 18 matches with five starts, tallying one goal with three assists. Her lone goal of the season came in a 1-0 double overtime win over UIC on Oct. 18 with just four minutes to play.
The Vikings, who are 8-8-2 overall, will open play in the Horizon League Championship with a first round match on Monday (Nov. 3) night at Oakland at 7:00 p.m.
2014 Horizon League Women's Soccer Awards
Player of the Year: Rita Craven, Valparaiso (Jr., M)
Offensive Player of the Year: Rita Craven, Valparaiso (Jr., M)
Defensive Player of the Year: Haley Burtraw, Detroit (Sr., D/M)
Goalkeeper of the Year: Kelly Fritz, UIC (Fr., GK)
Freshman of the Year: Vanesa Abad, Valparaiso (Fr., F/M)
Coach of the Year: John Marovich, Valparaiso
First Team All-League
Rita Craven, Valparaiso (Jr., M)
Heidi Hartmann, Green Bay (Jr., F)
April Cronin, Valparaiso (So., F)
Alice Palmer, Oakland (So., F)
Alyssa Riley, Detroit (Sr., M)
Krissy Dorre, Milwaukee (Sr., F)
Kyla Kellermann, Oakland (Sr., F)
Morgan LaPlant, Milwaukee (Sr., MF)
Brittany Tenis, Youngstown State (Sr., M)
Haley Burtraw, Detroit (Sr., D/M)
Kelly Fritz, UIC (Fr., GK)
Second Team All-League
Shelby Oelschlager, Valparaiso (So., D)
Hannah Kernen, Green Bay (Sr., M/F)
Ashley Gogolin, Wright State (Jr., M)
Alyssa Lotito, Detroit (Jr., D)
Allie Metzler, Wright State (Sr., D)
Jasmin Carrera, UIC (Fr., F)
Kaila Sargema, Cleveland State (So., F)
Joan Sieja, Oakland (Jr., F/MF)
Maria Stephans, Milwaukee (So., MF)
Kathy Baquero, Youngstown State (So., MF)
Sarah Wood, Cleveland State (Jr., GK)
Sydney Galvez-Daley, Valparaiso (So., GK)
Vanesa Abad, Valparaiso (F/M)
Cassidy Blanchard, Milwaukee (D)
Alex Zeller, Green Bay (F)
Jasmin Carrera, UIC (F)
Marisa Martin, Youngstown State (D/M)
Maddie McKinney, Wright State (D)
Katie Bainbridge, Cleveland State (F)
Vlad Gurovski, Oakland (MF)
Anna Smalley, Milwaukee (MF)
Bryce Hueber, Wright State (M)
Kelly Fritz, UIC (GK)