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Hauck Earns Scholar All-American Honors PDF Print
Written by Staff Reports   
Wednesday, 28 December 2011 06:53

Lenoir-Rhyne's Catherine Hauck (Lake Mary, Fla.) has been named to the 2011 NSCAA Women's College Scholar

All-America Second Team. NSCAA is the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Hauck, a senior defender from Lake Mary, Fla., just finished her collegiate career as one of the best women's soccer players in school history.
This past season, Hauck was named an NCAA Division II First-Team All-American (Daktronics) for the second straight year and led Lenoir-Rhyne to its second consecutive South Atlantic Conference Regular Season Championship including first outright.
Hauck finished second on the team in goals (11) and points scored (26) as the Bears fashioned a 17-3-1 record (a perfect 9-0 mark in league play) and advanced to the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Championship this fall.
Hauck, the Player Of The Year in both the South Atlantic Conference (2010-11) and Southeast Region (2011), also guided the Bears to their best season ever as a junior in 2010.
That squad finished 19-2-2 on the year and won both the league conference and regular season championships for the first time ever while qualifying for the national quarterfinals. The Bears also ended the season ranked No. 8 nationally in 2010.
Hauck, a four-time all-conference and all-region honoree (2008-11), is fourth on Lenoir-Rhyne's all-time list for goals with 31 to go along with 70 total points.
Hauck carries a 3.51 grade point average while majoring in health and exercise science and is a member of the South Atlantic Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll.
The scholar athletes will be recognized at the annual All-America Luncheon, to be held in the Kansas City Convention Center's Grand Ballroom on Saturday, January 14, in conjunction with the 2012 NSCAA Convention in Kansas City, Mo.

 

2011 NSCAA Women's College Scholar All-America Team

 

College Division

 

First Team
GK - Chelsea Parise, Jr., Grand Valley State, Sterling Heights, Mich., Criminal Justice/Juvenile Justice, 3.31
D - Jessica Peacock, Sr., Merrimack, Hopedale, Mass., Psychology, 3.69
D - Amanda Sudore, Jr., Nazareth, Ontario, N.Y., Communication Sciences and Disorders, 3.67
D - Amy Cochran, Jr., Lee, Yorba Linda, Calif., Business, 3.95
D - Kristin Perrine, Sr., Indiana Wesleyan, Wheaton, Ill., Nursing, 3.73
MF - Christina Cuffari*, Sr., College Of Saint Rose, Brick, N.J., Business Administration, 3.75
MF - Erin Mruz, Sr., Grand Valley State, Gurnee, Ill., Clinical Exercise Science, 3.34
MF - Megan Woodworth, Jr., Colorado School Of Mines, Centennial, Colo., Chemical Engineering, 3.92
F - Jamie Achten*, Sr., Lee, Franklin, Tenn., Communication, 3.99
F - Ashley Botts, Jr., Grand Valley State, Beloit, Wis., Biomedical Sciences, 3.65
F Abigail Loar*, Sr., Trinity (Texas), Littleton, Colo., Anthropology, 3.73

 

Second Team
GK - Rebecca Roth*, Sr., Hardin-Simmons, Weatherford, Texas, Biology, 3.37
D - Catherine Hauck, Sr., Lenoir-Rhyne, Lake Mary, Fla., Health & Exercise Science, 3.51
D - Charlotte Murrell, Sr., Rollins, Tallahassee, Fla., Political Science, 3.84
D - Brittany Vacca*, Sr., Hardin-Simmons, Abilene, Texas, Exercise Science, 3.52
MF - Reilly Condidorio, Jr., SUNY Fredonia, LeRoy, N.Y., Early Childhood Education, 3.50
MF - Stephanie Lowery, Sr., Columbus, Sandy, Utah, Exercise Science, 3.30
MF - Katie Stanley, Sr., Bridgeport, Oxford, England, Education, 3.40
F - Emily Dover, Sr., North Georgia, Canton, Ga., Education, 3.43
F - Kristina Pascutti, Jr., Armstrong Atlantic State, Lilburn, Ga., Biology, 3.79
F - Erica Suter*, Sr., Johns Hopkins, Ellicott City, Md., International Studies, 3.33
F - Jessica Edelman, Jr., Virginia Wesleyan, Voorhees, N.J., Business, 3.94
F - Sarah Rounds, Jr., Concordia (Minn.), Plymouth, Minn., Biology, 3.57

 

Third Team
GK - Kaycee Gunion, Sr., California State San Marcos, Santee, Calif., Kinesiology, 3.53
D - Kira Kliment, Sr., Allegheny, Roebling, N.J., Psychology, 3.41
D - Abigail Schuhmann, Sr., Bellarmine, Louisville, Ky., Business Administration, 3.30
D - Keeler Topping, Sr., Houghton, Pittsford, N.Y., Inclusive Childhood Education, 3.83
MF - Cassie Barbaresi, Sr., Saint Leo, Bradenton, Fla., Psychology, 3.40
MF - Nicole Dooher, Jr., Minnesota State-Mankato, New Hope, Minn., Exercise Science, 3.60
MF - Kendra Simmons, Jr., Case Western Reserve, Medina, Ohio, Medical Anthropology, 3.40
MF - Tara Tokar, Jr., Ohio Northern, Centerville, Ohio Pharmacy, 3.59
MF - Hannah Ulrich, Jr., Siena Heights, Saline, Mich., Special Education, 3.90
F - Gisela Arrieta Betancourt, Sr., Graceland, Valledupar, Colombia, Wellness Management, 3.72
F - Kathryn Wendt, Sr., Wartburg, Bettendorf, Iowa, Psychology, 3.99

 

*indicates repeat selection

 

 

Photo Courtesy: Catherine Hauck, LRU Athletics

 

  
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