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Hauck Earns Second All-America Honor This Season PDF Print
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Monday, 12 December 2011 07:35

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Catherine Hauck earned her second All-American honor in women's soccer on the 2011 season as the senior defender

from Lake Mary, Fla., made the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Second Team.
NSCAA is the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Two weeks ago, Hauck was named a First-Team All-American by Daktronics and earned 2011 South Atlantic Conference and Southeast Region Player-Of-The-Year honors.
Hauck finished second on the team in goals (11) and points (26) this season and led Lenoir-Rhyne to its second straight league championship including first outright title. The Bears finished the year with a 17-3-1 record and advanced to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16.
Hauck, a four-time all-conference and all-region honoree (2008-11), earned league MVP honors as well in 2010. That season, Hauck guided L-R to a 19-2-2 mark, its first-ever SAC Regular Season and Tournament Championships and a final national ranking of No. 8.
Hauck, the 2010 Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Most Valuable Player, finished her playing career as a Bear with 31 goals - tied for fourth best in school history - and 70 points overall.
For the second consecutive year, Hauck earned All-American honors by both Daktronics and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.


2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II
Women's Soccer All-America Teams
First Team
GK - Chelsea Parise*, Jr., Grand Valley State, Warren, Mich.
D - Sam Andert, Jr., Quincy, St. Peters, Mo.
D - Kansas Bayly, So., Columbus State, Lilburn, Ga.
D - Jessica Peacock, Sr., Merrimack, Hopedale, Mass.
MF - Christina Cuffari*, Sr., College of Saint Rose, Brick, N.J.
MF - Amanda Mason*, Sr., Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio
MF - Megan Woodworth, Jr., Colorado School of Mines, Centenntial, Colo.
MF - Carley Work, Jr., California (Pa.), Hopewell, Pa.
F - Ashley Botts, Jr., Grand Valley State, Beloit, Wis.
F - Andrea Carpenter, So., Abilene Christian, Amarillo, Texas
F - Karenee Demery, So., California State Stanislaus, Merced, Calif.
F - Carmelina Puopolo, So., College of Saint Rose, Scarborough, Ontario, CANADA


Second Team
GK - Anna Belpedio*, Sr., Winona State, Coon Rapids, Minn.
D - Catherine Hauck*, Sr., Lenoir-Rhyne, Lake Mary, Fla.
D - Kayla Klimasko, Sr., California (Pa.), Mississauga, Ontario, CANADA
D - Charlotte Murrell, Sr., Rollins, Tallahassee, Fla.
D - Abigail Schuhmann**, Sr., Bellarmine, Louisville, Ky.
MF - Stephanie Lowery*, Sr., Columbus State, Sandy, Utah
MF - Erin Mruz**, Sr., Grand Valley State, Gurnee, Ill.
MF - Katie Stanley, Sr., Bridgeport, Oxford, ENGLAND
F - Emily Dover, Sr., North Georgia, Canton, Ga.
F - Kelsey Hill, Sr., Midwestern State, Wichita Falls, Texas
F - Jordan Miller, Sr., Regis, Santa Fe, N.M.
F - Kristina Pascutti, Jr., Armstrong Atlantic State, Lilburn, Ga.


Third Team
GK - Paula Jackson, Sr., California (Pa.), Kingston, JAMAICA
D - Alison Cahill, So., Regis, Boise, Idaho
D - Molly Downtain, Sr., Chico State, Upland, Calif.
D - Lyndsey Womack, Sr., Abilene Christian, Longview, Texas
MF - Cassie Barbaresi, Sr., Saint Leo, Bradenton, Fla.
MF - Sydney Bond, So., College of Saint Rose, Deer Park, N.Y.
MF - Nicole Dooher, Jr., Minnesota State-Mankato, New Hope, Minn.
MF - Lea Sedwick, Fr., Dallas Baptist, Kennedale, Texas
MF - Ariel Teixeira, Sr., Southern New Hampshire, Warren, R.I.
F - Megan Lindsay*, Jr., Seattle Pacific, Spokane, Wash.
F - Sarah McTigue, Sr., California-San Diego, Bellflower, Calif.
F - Tina Murray, Sr., West Florida, Kingston, JAMAICA
* indicates repeat selection

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