Shawnee State Athletics is now accepting nominations for its Hall of Fame Class of 2014. The Class of 2014 will be inducted during the University's Homecoming Weekend. The official Homecoming Game is set for Saturday, February 1, 2014 vs. Georgetown College. In preparation for this event, we are asking for nominations of deserving candidates. Criteria for membership into Shawnee State's Hall of Fame are listed below.
PORTSMOUTH – Women's soccer had a pair of players named to the Mid-South All-Conference team. Allison Nagle became the first player since 2010 (Kelley Bowles) and just the second in program history to earn first-team All-MSC honors. Schuyler Jones also earned a second-team All-MSC selection. The All-Mid-South Conference teams are voted on by the conference coaches.
PORTSMOUTH – Teresa Welch has been selected as the Mid-South Conference Champions of Character representative for women's soccer. Welch becomes the second player in program history to earn that award, joining Kelley Bowles who won this same honor during the 2010 season. The award is voted on by the MSC Athletic Directors and is based on a student-athletes commitment to the five core values of the NAIA (Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Sportsmanship, and Servant Leadership).
PORTSMOUTH – A program record eight student-athletes were named to the Mid-South Conference All-Academic team for women's soccer. The previous record of five student-athletes to earn this award was set last season. To be eligible for this honor, student-athletes must be at least in sophomore academic standing with a 3.25 GPA or higher.
COLUMBIA, Ky. – Women's soccer saw the 2013 season come to an end with a 6-0 loss to MSC Runner-Up and NAIA No. 5 Lindsey Wilson in the conference quarterfinals. The Blue Raiders scored four goals in the opening half before adding two more within a minute span in the second half to move into the conference semifinals.