For the second straight year, Dolbin earned a spot on the second-team and for the first time Schiraldi was named to the third-team.
Student-athletes who earned a spot on the All-America team will be recognized Saturday, Jan. 19 at the annual All-America luncheon held in conjunction with the 2013 NSCAA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind.
Dolbin and Schiraldi helped lead the Wildcats to its third straight appearance in the NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship in 2012, with a 2-1 win over Bellevue in the NAIA Opening Round game and spot in the NAIA Sweet 16.
Dolbin was one of the top assist leaders in the country in 2012 with 13 and led the conference in that category. The La Mirada, Calif., native finished with 39 points, averaging 1.86 points per game, good for third in the HAAC.
She also led the HAAC in shots taken with 125 and shots per game at 5.95. She was third in the HAAC in shots on goal with 58.
Schiraldi was the leader on the defense and earned two HAAC Defensive Player of the Week honors in 2012.
She helped lead the Wildcats to five shutout wins and offensively took 15 shots and 12 on goal in 21 games played. She also earned a spot on the HAAC First-Team All-Conference this season.
For a list of players named to the All-America team, please click here.