All three were second team selections.
Sieradzki started all 19 games in midfield this year, tying for the team lead with 10 points. She ranked second on the team in both goals (4) and assists (2).
Wood had another strong season in goal for CSU, earning second team All-Horizon League honors. She ranked fourth in the league in saves (73) and goals against average (0.95) and had a hand in seven shutouts this year. Wood, who played just over 1,700 minutes in net, posted a .802 save percentage 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 season with a foot injury, came on strong upon her return and earned second team all-league honors. She finished 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.