FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Association of Division III Independents
Names 2015 All-Independent Women’s So ccer Tea ms
OVERLAND PARK, Kan.— The 2015 All-Independent Women’s Soccer teams were announced today by the Association of Division III Independents.
Offensive Player of the Year
Raissa Audrey Tseumie, Trinity Washington University, SO, Midfielder, Washington, D.C. – Tseumie tied for the AD3I lead with 14 goals and finished third with 31 points (three assists). Her 2.07 points per game ranked her 48th in the country.
Co-Defensive Players of the Year
Kristen Barrett, Illinois Institute of Technology, SR, Defender, Orland Park, Ill. – Barrett scored eight goals and assisted on four others as a versatile center back. She was captain of a strong back line that allowed only 0.96 goals per game.
Courtney Dunn, Maranatha Baptist University, JR, Defender, Oshkosh, Wis.—A solid defender and vital cog in the Sabercats’ defensive midfield, Dunn also scored four goals and had four assists.
Co-Goalkeepers of the Year
Madi Francis, Nebraska Wesleyan University, JR, Lincoln, Neb.—Francis posted eight shutouts and allowed only 1.61 goals per game.
Roxanne Myers, Illinois Institute of Technology, SR, Camarillo, Cal.—Myers recorded six shutouts, 115 saves and had an .871 save percentage. She allowed only 1.02 goals per game.
Rookie of the Year
Monica Amaya, Trinity Washington University, FR, Forward, Washington, D.C.— Amaya scored 14 goals on the season, including three game winners.
Coach of the Year
Amy Olson, Trinity Washington University.
The women’s soccer coaches from the Association of Division III Independents member schools selected the All-Independent Women’s Soccer teams.
Forward – Natascha Vinz, Senior, Maranatha Baptist University
Forward – Monica Amaya, Freshman, Trinity Washington University Forward – Katelin Blosser, Junior, Nebraska Wesleyan University Forward – Sam Nadeau, Sophomore, University of Maine-Presque Isle
Midfielder – Raissa Audrey Tseumie, Sophomore, Trinity Washington University Midfielder – Alison Hernandez, Freshman, Maranatha Baptist University Midfielder – Doris Ayala, Freshman, Trinity Washington University
Midfielder – Adrianna Maron, Senior, Illinois Institute of Technology Midfielder – Audrey Risma, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University Defender – Kristen Barrett, Senior, Illinois Institute of Technology Defender – Courtney Dunn, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University Defender – Abla Alodjinou, Junior, Trinity Washington University
Defender – Katherine Nishimoto, Freshman, Illinois Institute of Technology Goalkeeper – Madi Francis, Junior, Nebraska Wesleyan University Goalkeeper – Roxanne Myers, Senior, Illinois Institute of Technology
Forward – Olivia Doerstling, Senior, Maranatha Baptist University – Forward – Georgia Straka, Freshman, Nebraska Wesleyan University Forward – Bethany Heald, Junior, University of Maine-Presque Isle Midfielder – Elizabeth Anderson, Junior, Pine Manor College Midfielder – Amanda Walton, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University
Defender – Olivia Kochanek, Freshman, Illinois Institute of Technology Defender – Natalie Graves, Sophomore, Nebraska Wesleyan University Defender – Mikaelah Tracy, Junior, University of Maine-Presque Isle Defender – Brenda Alonso, Sophomore, Trinity Washington University Goalkeeper – Hannah Anderson, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University Goalkeeper – Allie Lopez, Sophomore, University of Maine-Presque Isle
The Association of Division III Independents consists of nine Division III independent institutions that have joined together to recognize student-athletes at independent institutions, and to provide exempted postseason championship competition. The Association recognizes outstanding athletic achievements of its student-athletes on a weekly, monthly and annual basis. The Association provides statistical services for its members in seven sports. In addition, it will announce All-Independent teams at the conclusion of eight other sports this year.
More information about the Association of Division III Independents is available at http://www.d3independents.org.
October 27, 2015
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Trinity Washington University sophomore midfielder Raissa Tseumie (Washington, D.C.) has been named the Association of Division III Independents women’s soccer Player of the Week. Tseumie had an outstanding week for the Tigers as they went 1-0-1 on the week, finishing with five goals and 10 points. The sophomore opened up the week with a three-goal effort in Trinity’s win at Valley Forge on Monday, ending the contest with four shots on goal. The midfielder capped off the week with two goals on two shots on goal in the Tigers 3-3 tie against Washington Adventist on Thursday. Tseumie is currently tied for the Association lead in goals with 13 and is third with 28 points.
For Immediate Release
September 15, 2015
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Trinity Washington University freshman midfielder Monica Amaya (Washington, D.C.) has been named the Association of Division III Independents women’s soccer Player of the Week. The freshman had a strong week for the Tigers as she finished with three goals on seven shots on goal and scored the game-winning goal in both of Trinity’s wins this week. In her opening game of the week, Amaya tallied the lone goal of the game at Mary Baldwin as the Tigers picked up their third straight win to start the season. The forward concluded the week with a pair of goals on seven shots in Trinity’s 4-1 win over Sweet Briar on September 11th.
Washington, DC- The Trinity Washington University soccer team remained undefeated after their first road game with a 1-0 victory over Mary Baldwin College on Tuesday afternoon.
For the Fighting Squirels, Mayzie Lewis led the team in shots with four on goal. Goalkeeper Brittany Tenn tallied four saves for the match.
Trinity Freshman Monica Amaya led the team with two shots and one goal. Junior goalkeeper Helen Woolf recorded six saves for the game.
Trinity will continue their season Friday, September 11th, versus Sweet Briar College. Kickoff will be 4:30pm on the Trinity Field.
Washington, DC- The Trinity University soccer team set the bar high in their season opener with a 12-0 victory over Patrick Henry College at the Trinity Soccer Field on Tuesday evening.
The Tigers dominated the majority of the game outshooting the Lady Sentinels 59-1 with 33 on target. With 12 total goals, the Tigers saw seven different goal scorers.
Freshman Doris Ayala led the team in points earning a hat trick and an assist in her very first collegiate game. Monica Amaya and Jessica Alonso, also freshman, also had outstanding games. Amaya added two goals and J. Alonso added a goal and an assist. Sophomore Raissa Audrey Tseumie stood out for the returners tallying six shots on goal, two goals, and an assist.
With a 1-0 record Trinity will play Gallaudet at 4:30pm, Friday, September 4th, at Trinity Soccer Field.