Lady Soccer Players Earn All-SAC Honors

Siloam Springs, Ark. (November 7, 2008) — The Sooner Athletic Conference has announced its First- and Second-Team All-Conference team for women’s soccer.

The superlatives (Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, etc.) will be announced at the conclusion of the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament, along with the All-Tournament Team.

The women’s list includes five First-Team and one Second-Team selection from regular season champion Oklahoma City University. Seven players from Southern Nazarene were honored, along with four each from John Brown and Rogers State, three from Oklahoma Christian, two from Oklahoma Baptist and one each from USAO and Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

JBU's honorees include First Team selections Rachel Gerdin and Camille Malkiewicz and Second Team selections include Ashleigh Noble and Jodi Knack.

SAC Women’s Soccer All- Conference Selections

First Team Erica Brown Keeper Southern Nazarene Brittany Tibbs Keeper Oklahoma City Zoe Barratt Defender Oklahoma City Erika Garbrecht Defender Oklahoma City Annie Zoch Defender USAO Alecia Peterson Defender Southern Nazarene Beatriz Silva Midfield Southern Nazarene Lin Yan Midfield Oklahoma Baptist Rachel Gerdin Midfield John Brown Camille Malkiewicz Midfield John Brown Caroline Dixon Forward Oklahoma City Rachel Eguren Forward Southern Nazarene Malin Andersson Forward Oklahoma City Mengjun Zang Forward Oklahoma Baptist

Second Team Kelsey Archer Keeper Northwestern Oklahoma State University Bailey Lynn Keeper Rogers State University Kacie Hoppe Defender Oklahoma Christian University Ashleigh Noble Defender John Brown DeAnna Bayouth Defender Rogers State University Jenna Holt Defender Southern Nazarene Emma Cole Midfield Oklahoma Christian University Alanna Mena Midfield Southern Nazarene University Jodi Knack Midfield John Brown Carrie Ritz Midfield Rogers State Summer White Forward Rogers State Stephanie Duncan Forward Oklahoma Christian Bruna Da Cas Forward Southern Nazarene Sarah Leonard Forward Oklahoma City