Story courtesy of Trinity University Sports Information
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Four members of the Trinity women's soccer team have been elected to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III All-West Region Team.
Midfielders Julia Kelly and Hannah Booher, along with forward Julia Camp were tabbed for the All-West Region First Team. Forward Colleen Markey received Second Team accolades.
Camp earned All-Region First Team honors for the second consecutive season after picking up her third All-SCAC First Team nomination. This season, Camp scored 11 goals and dished out 14 assists to finish out her outstanding career with the Tigers.
Kelly is also a two-time All-Region First Team recipient. Earlier this season she was named the SCAC Defensive Player of the Year and earned her second All-SCAC First Team honor. Kelly was a crucial element to the taut Tiger defense which allowed just six goals and posted 17 shutouts during the season.
Booher made the All-Region First Team for the first time in her career, but was previously selected for the Second Team in 2015. She led the Tigers with 17 assists, which is the fifth-most in single-season history. Earlier this year, she earned All-SCAC First Team recognition for the third consecutive season.
Markey was selected for the All-Region Second Team for the third straight year after earning her fourth All-SCAC honor and third consecutive First Team nomination. She posted 15 assists during the season and improved her career total to 35, which is the fifth best mark in Trinity history.
Led by second-year Head Coach Dylan Harrison, the Tiger women finished the season with a 19-2-0 overall record. Trinity won its ninth straight SCAC title and the 22nd in program history before making its 23rd NCAA appearance to cap off their 2017 campaign.
To view the full list of honorees, visit the United Soccer Coaches website here.