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Women's Soccer - Wed, Dec. 14, 2016

Georgetown College women's soccer continues to write history. In a decade, the Tigers have not had an athlete named to an All-Region team. The 2016 team has two second-team All-South Region National Soccer Coaches Association of America honorees.

Juniors Zoe Stovik and Lindsey Dunn joined eight other players to be on the second team, while 12 south region players were named to the first team.

"I cannot say enough good things about Zoe and Lindsey. They are driven competitors, dedicated to the success of their team," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "They never stop working and are constantly encouraging their teammates through their efforts. I am so thrilled to see them recognized through these awards from the NSCAA."

Stovik has been a staple in a stingy defense. As the sweeper, she helped Georgetown pitch nine shutouts in 19 games for an average of 0.47 shutouts per game, which ranks 32nd in the nation. The Tigers finished atop the Mid-South Conference in goals allowed with 14 for a 0.74 goals per game average.

On the other side of the ball, Dunn was a scoring machine for GC this season. She had a team-high eight goals and added one assist. Dunn finished ranked third in game-winning goals, fifth in shots on goal per game, sixth in goals per game, seventh in goals, eighth in points per game, ninth in points and 11th in shots per game in the Mid-South Conference.

The Tigers finished 13-4-2 and second the MSC with a 5-1-1 mark.



 

 
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