- Northern Kentucky University women's soccer standout Jayme Light
has been voted to the All-Great Lakes Valley Conference first team,
the league office announced Thursday.
Light, a junior
forward and a graduate of Colerain High School in Cincinnati, leads
NKU with 13 goals. She has added six assists and tops the Norse
in points scored with 32.
NKU's Cara Alldred
was voted to the All-GLVC second team. Alldred, a junior forward
in her first season with the Norse after transferring from the University
of Cincinnati, has two goal and three assists.
defender Hope Zinser earned honorable mention All-GLVC accolades.
A graduate of Oak Hills High School, Zinser has helped NKU's defense
rank No. 5 in the GLVC in goals allowed per game at 1.05.
Becky Fleming and teammate Laura Gentry are the 2006 GLVC Offensive
and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively. The pair helped
guide the Lady Hawks to the GLVC regular-season title.
named GLVC Freshman of the Year, made an immediate impact for the
Lady Hawks and posted 12 goals and three assists in conference play
this season. Fleming scored a league-leading 42 points overall as
she contributed 18 goals and six assists for the Lady Hawks.
Gentry, a senior
back, paced a strong Quincy defense. She led a team that surrendered
just 18 goals on the year and posted a goals against average of
NKU (13-4 overall
record) begins the GLVC Tournament at noon Sunday with a road game
against Indianapolis. The Norse, attempting to repeat as GLVC Tournament
champions, enter the postseason as the No. 5 seed.
winner plays either No. 1 seed Quincy or No. 8 seed Rockhurst in
the GLVC Tournament semifinals Oct. 27. The Norse have won six GLVC
Tournament titles since 1998.
Laura Eide, Jr., UW-Parkside
Jaime Halas, Sr., Bellarmine
Rachel Lee, So., Missouri-St. Louis
Jayme Light, Jr., Northern Kentucky
Lindsay Ewert, Jr., Rockhurst
Becky Fleming, Fr., Quincy - Offensive and Freshman Player of the
Rachel Poepsel, Sr., Quincy
Padra Bencini, So., SIU Edwardsville
Laura Gentry, Sr., Quincy - Defensive Player of the Year
Marisa Larkin, Sr., Bellarmine
Brittany Parker, Sr. Missouri-Rolla
Cara Alldred, Jr., Northern Kentucky
Kim Koenig, Sr., Quincy
Tara Reitz, Jr., Missouri-St. Louis
Ashley Seehase, Fr., Indianapolis
Kayla Fromme, Sr., SIU Edwardsville
Megan O’Brien, Sr., Bellarmine
Elizabeth Valenti, So., SIU Edwardsville
Jenny Joerger, Sr., Indianapolis
Brittany Kaim, Fr., UW-Parkside
Allison Wilkerson, Jr., Lewis
Rebekah Westendorf, Fr., Bellarmine
Jenny Kates, So., SIU Edwardsville
Nora Korvonen, Fr., Kentucky Wesleyan
Amanda Reese, Fr., Indianapolis
Sarah Goodman, So., Drury
Merdith Novack, Fr., UW-Parkside
Jen Simeck, Sr., Drury
Eizabeth Ball, So., SIU Edwardsville
Krisie Muesenfechter, So., Missouri-St. Louis
Alli Opfer, Jr., Indianapolis
Hope Zinser, Fr., Northern Kentucky
Erica Higuchi, So., UW-Parkside