|Kiebel Earns Scholar All-South Region Honors|
|Written by Staff Reports|
|Tuesday, 14 January 2014 09:16|
Lenoir-Rhyne's Hanna Kiebel has been named to the NSCAA College Division Scholar All-South Region Second Team in women's soccer. NSCAA is the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Kiebel, a junior defender from Parker, Colo., finished with four goals, two assists and 10 points this year while earning 2013 All-South Atlantic Conference and All-Southeast Region honors.
Keibel started in 19 of 20 matches this season and anchored a defense which held its opponent to just a 0.96 goals-against average to go along with six shutouts.
Kiebel has a 3.33 grade point average while majoring in international business and helped lead the Bears to a 14-4-2 overall record including a 9-1-1 mark in league play this past fall.
Lenoir-Rhyne also won its fourth straight SAC Regular Season Championship, finished the year ranked No. 22 nationally and hosted the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Tournament for the second time in three years.
2013 NCCSIA College Division
Women's Soccer Scholar
GK - Hannah Kohls, Jr., Belmont Abbey, Accounting, 3.70, Cincinnati, Ohio
D - Courtney Cramer, Sr., Hardin-Simmons, Physical Therapy, 3.97, Abilene, Texas
D - Lauren Gorodetsky, Sr., Emory, Psychology and Political Science, 3.89, Palm City, Fla.
D - Andrea Jefferson, Sr., Palm Beach Atlantic, Nursing, 3.79, Wellington, Fla.
D - Lauren Satcher, Jr., William Carey, Biology, 3.80, Hattiesburg, Miss.
D - Jennifer White, Sr., Trinity (Texas), International Studies in Spanish, 3.98, Albuquerque, N.M.
MF - Kelly Costopoulos, Sr., Emory, Biology, 3.95, Boca Raton, Fla.
MF - Kelsey Falcone, Jr., Trinity (Texas), Biology and Communications, 3.50, San Antonio, Texas
MF - Emily Jorgens, Jr., Trinity (Texas), Accounting, 4.00, Austin, Texas
MF - Kelsey Pelletier, Jr., Columbus State, Exercise Science, 4.00, Duluth, Ga.
MF - Kristen Satcher, Sr., William Carey, Biology, 3.82, Hattiesburg, Miss.
F - Shelby Guenthardt, Sr., Trinity (Texas), Engineering Science, 3.83, Winter Springs, Fla.
F - Julianne Kucera, Sr., Hardin-Simmons, Biology and Pre-Medicine, 3.90, Richardson, Texas
F - Michelle Lanier, Sr., Trinity (Texas), Psychology, 3.34, Albuquerque, N.M.
GK - Elizabeth Morris, Jr., Coker, Biology and Pre-Medicine, 3.65, Stillwater, N.Y.
D - Kasey Byzewski, Sr., Barton, Athletic Training, 3.78, Virginia Beach, Va.
D - Caitlin Cramer, Sr., Hardin-Simmons, Physical Therapy, 4.00, Abilene, Texas
MF - Casey Black, Jr., Lander, Business Administration, 3.67, Moore, S.C.
MF - Devon Howard, Sr., Hardin-Simmons, Accounting, 4.00, Abilene, Texas
MF - Hanna Kiebel, Jr., Lenoir-Rhyne, International Business, 3.33, Parker, Colo.
MF - Rebekah Stewart, Jr., Southern Nazarene, Psychology, 4.00, Miami, Okla.
MF - Meagan Thornton, Jr., Lees-McRae, Elementary Education, 3.32, Millville, N.J.
F - Leah Fortune, Sr., Lee, Communications, 3.90, Orlando, Fla.
F - Laura Goodwin, Sr., Piedmont, Education, 3.87, Flowery Branch, Ga.
F - Brenna McKee, Jr., Rollins, International Business, 3.40, Austin, Texas
GK - Allison Cowling, Sr., Rhodes, Neuroscience, 3.59, Houston, Texas
D - Shelby Hopkins, Sr., Trinity (Texas), Engineering Science, 3.51, Albuquerque, N.M.
D - Stephanie Hubbard, Sr., Salem, Chemistry, 3.53, Sanford, N.C.
D - Kirby Peddicord, Jr., Trinity (Texas), Geosciences, 3.62, Houston, Texas
MF - Andrea Dawson, Sr., Armstrong Atlantic State, Chemistry, 3.94, Fayetteville, Ga.
MF - Emma Jones, Jr., Rollins, Environmental Studies, 3.61, Dripping Springs, Texas
MF - Louren Nicole McKinney, Jr., Lincoln Memorial, Education, 3.95, Ooltewah, Tenn.
MF - Carina Spengler, Sr., Thomas, Business Administration, 4.00, Boeblingen, GERMANY
F - Julie Conte, Sr., Catawba, Chemistry, 3.50, Hampton, Ontario, CANADA
F - Abbigail Dalton, Jr., Georgia College & State, Athletic Training, 3.46, Conneaut Lake, Pa.
F - Sawyer Ferguson, Jr., Salem, Biochemistry, 3.68, Billings, Mont.
Photo Courtesy: Hanna Keibel, L-R Athletics
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