PORTSMOUTH – Following a standout freshman campaign, Schuyler Jones has been named honorable mention All-MSC as announced at the conference banquet this week. With the award, Jones becomes the first freshman to earn All-MSC honors for the Bears since joining the conference in 2010. She also becomes the first SSU player to earn all-conference honors as a freshman since Brittney Brooks did so in 2009.
PORTSMOUTH – Five members of the women's soccer team have been selected to the Academic All-MSC team. This marks the most the team has had since the program's inception after having four recipients during each of the past two seasons. Staci Johnson, Bethany Ward, Teresa Welch, Haley Ruggles and Aubrey Johnson each earned this honor. To be eligible for this award, student-athletes must be in sophomore academic standing and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Seventh-seeded women's soccer saw its season come to an end in the Mid-South Quarterfinals with a 10-0 loss at the hands of second-seeded and NAIA No. 25 Cumberland University. The Bulldogs scored six times in the first half and four more times in the second to advance to the MSC Quarterfinals.
LEBANON, Tenn. – All season long teams having been trying to slow down Cumberland University's Kelsey Langille. On Saturday, women's soccer also fell victim to her scoring prowess as the freshman sensation tallied four times in her team's 7-0 win at home in the regular season finale for both teams.